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Kilbroney Caravan Park

County Down, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • Last booked 51 minutes ago
  • Surrounded by 97 acres of beautiful forest and parkland
  • Onsite café with views across the parkland
  • many things to do and places to see including hiking to the Cloughmore

Dundonald Touring Caravan Park

County Down, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • Last booked 13 hours ago
  • A calm and peaceful location for caravanners and campers
  • Perfect venue for caravaners and campers wishing to explore Belfast
  • The ideal base for exploring the city and the scenic County Down coast

County Down

Campsites and caravan parks in County Down are conveniently located for visiting Belfast attractions as well as beautiful beaches along the Irish Sea Coast.

The capital city of Belfast is well worth visiting from your campsite or glamping accommodation in County Down. Serviced pitches and electric hook-ups are available on farm camping sites and holiday parks. For a little more luxury, check out the comforts of glamping sites in County Down with real beds, kitchenettes, electricity and private hot tubs.

Belfast beckons campers with restaurants, pubs, a cathedral, City Hall, Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens. Titanic Belfast occupies the original site of Harland and Wolff shipyard. Learn about Belfast history, the highs and lows of the shipyard and the tragic mistakes that led to the sinking of RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage. If you like shopping, browse St George’s Market and take foodie treats back to your serviced campsite, campervan or touring caravan in County Down.

Captivating views can be experienced on a visit along the Ards Peninsula which connects the small shopping town of Newtownards, to the bustling town of Portaferry. From Portaferry, visitors can take a short ferry journey to the fishing village of Strangford which sits just a few miles from the final resting place of Saint Patrick in Downpatrick.

Just an hour from Belfast, guests can secure a stay at a campsite or glampsite in the majestic town of Newcastle. This small town is home to the incredible Mourne Mountain range. These gorgeous peaks are an expansive area of incredible walks and climbs and are detailed as the inspiration for C.S.Lewis' 'The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe' book series and the resulting collection of motion picture Narnia movies.

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