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  • Failte Ireland Approved Holiday Park
  • In the Heart of the Wild Atlantic Way
  • Boardwalk Offers Direct Beach Access
  • Family Owned for Over 70 Years
  • Breathtaking Views of Dublin Bay
  • One of Ireland's Best Kept Secrets
from €110.00 per night
from €110.00 per night
from €39.00 per night
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  • Award-Winning Small Family-Run Park
  • Approved Park by the Irish Tourist Board
  • Located on the Border of Counties Mayo & Galway
  • One of the Best Locations in Ireland
  • Access to 3 Miles of Gorgeous Beach
  • Refurbished Shower and Toilet Block
  • Family-friendly park set in the lush grounds of Westport House
  • A 10 minute walk to the vibrant town of Westport
  • Award-winning onsite activities and attractions for families
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from €160.00 per night


Camping and caravan parks in Ireland are spread across this beautiful lush island that is nicknamed the Emerald Isle. It’s the third largest island in Europe and is known for its stunning scenery, stark mountains, lively towns and cities, remote islands, impressive castles and breathtaking coastline.

The island of Ireland is divided into Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK, and the much larger Republic of Ireland. The border between the two countries is very open so you can plan a camping holiday in Ireland that includes the best sights and attractions in both areas.

Campervans and towing caravans in Ireland can enjoy exploring at a leisurely place as you tour from place to place, staying overnight at caravan parks and campsites with electric hookups and modern facilities. Gorgeous scenery, a warm welcome and lively craic (fun) is guaranteed wherever you go!

Four provinces for camping in Ireland

Ireland is divided into four provinces, each with its own epic sights, attractions and places to visit from your glamping accommodation, tent or caravan.

Connacht province is ideal for enjoying a staycation in West Ireland, with all types of camping, caravan sites and even luxury glamping lodges with hot tubs and great facilities. Places to visit on your Ireland staycation in Connacht should include  Galway and Sligo as well as stunning mountain scenery in Connemara National Park.

Consider taking your touring caravan or campervan down Ireland’s west coast, following the 1553-mile Wild Atlantic Way. It’s breathtaking! You’ll find plenty of scenic campsites and holiday parks in Ireland with magnificent sea views and modern facilities. Irish pubs near campsites and holiday parks provide tasty Irish cuisine, live music and entertainment every night. It’s part of the Irish culture.

Ireland’s capital city, Dublin, is a top destination in Leinster with campsites and glamping accommodation nearby. Go hiking in the Wicklow Mountains National Park from your campsite on Ireland’s east coast or explore the Ancient East of Ireland.  Wexford is a good base for camping holidays near Ireland’s mediaeval, Viking and early Christian sites.

Munster campsites in south and west Ireland are ideal for those wanting to explore the 133-mile Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, Killarney National Park, Slea Head Drive and the lovely cities of Cork, Waterford and Limerick. The remarkable Burren landscape and awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher are part of a UNESCO Geopark, making it ideal for camping holidays for hikers, nature lovers and outdoor adventurers. Affordable campsites in Ireland are a great way to visit world-class destinations such as historic Blarney Castle.

Ulster campsites and caravan parks are in the north part of Ireland and this province includes Northern Ireland and three counties of the Republic of Ireland. If you fancy a beach staycation in Ireland, this is the area to head for.

Check out the amazing attractions around Belfast and the Antrim coastline from Northern Ireland campsites or head to northwest Ulster. Camping staycations near Donegal Beach are perfect for family holidays while Slieve League offers some of the highest sea cliffs in Europe (601m) near campsites in Co. Donegal. Other must-see places to visit on your Ireland camping trip include Dún na Rí Forest Park, the #1 attraction in Co. Cavan, Castle Leslie in Co. Monaghan, and the hidden gem of Devenish Island in Co. Fermanagh.

Places to visit in your Ireland staycation

Those with a campervan or touring caravan can enjoy the stunning views from the well-named Wild Atlantic Way. Listed by Conde Nast as one of the Top 10 drives in Europe, it stretches for 1550 miles down the west coast of Ireland from Derry in the north to Cork in the south. It is lined with well-located campsites along Ireland’s dramatic west coast.

Camping holidays in Ireland can take in the six national parks which include the natural beauty of Wild Nephin, Killarney, Connemara and Glenveagh national parks along with the extraordinary Burren National Park and the Wicklow Mountains. Camping in Ireland provides a wonderful opportunity to explore these exceptional landscapes along with sites such as the ancient monastery and lake at Glendalough.

Campsites in Ireland's Ancient East offer a host of Viking sights around Waterford, including the Viking Triangle. For more history and culture, include a few nights at a glamping site near Dublin, Belfast, Cork or Galway.

Campsites near Ireland’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Plan a weekend camping break in Ireland near Dublin and visit the Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre at Newgrange and Knowth. You can take a guided tour of the massive 5,000 year-old burial site and museum of Ireland’s prehistory. Campers will appreciate the magnificent clifftop location.

Ireland’s second UNESCO-listed site is a 6th century monastic site on the remote island of Skellig Michael. It’s reached on a guided boat tour and then ascending 600 rock-hewn steps. The isolation is palpable! Make your base in glamping accommodation or a caravan park on Ireland’s Iveragh Peninsula and go hiking in the Killarney National Park or visit Killarney while you’re visiting this remote and rugged area or Ireland.

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