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55 campsites in Ireland

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There is a heart of the country feel about this ‘on the farm’ site, yet the city of Cork is only an 8 km. drive...

In the small country village of Redcross, in the heart of County Wicklow, you will find River Valley Caravan & Camping Park, a first rate...

The main road from Cork to Killarney (N22) runs through the gentle valley of the River Flesk. Between the two sits Fleming’s White Bridge camping...

This neat and tidy seaside site is located just one kilometre from the cliffs of Moher, and a short ferry ride from the sparsely populated...

The owners of one of Ireland’s newest parks, George and Rosaline Drew, are campers themselves and have set about creating an idyllic park in an...

This pleasant, level park occupies over seven hectares on both banks of the pretty Avonmore River near the small town of Rathdrum. It has 11...

Glenross Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Park is situated on the spectacular Ring of Kerry and the Kerry Way footpath giving it an immediate advantage. Scenic...

In the heart of the Wicklow mountains, the hospitable owner of this park maintains high standards. It is neatly laid out with rows of trees...

Well run and friendly, this very attractive small park is only five minutes walk from the beautiful Newtown Cove. It offers views of the famous...

Belleek has a quiet woodland setting, only minutes from Ballina, a famed salmon fishing centre. With excellent pitches and toilet block, the family owners are...

It would be difficult to imagine a more dramatic location than Wave Crest on the Ring of Kerry coast. Huge boulders and rocky outcrops tumble...

This is a very large park by Irish standards. Set on 20 acres of flat grass, edged by mature trees, this family-run park is well...

This is a park offering a taste of island life and the opportunity to relax in dramatic, scenic surroundings. Achill, Ireland’s largest island, is 2...

Ballinacourty House and its cobble-stoned courtyard form the centrepiece of this south-facing park with views of the Galtee Mountains. Accessed by a tree-lined lane, the...

This family run park is located in the heart of Kerry, on the gateway to the Dingle peninsula and just north of the Ring of...

This seaside park is located on 20 acres of undulating grass on a sandy base, with natural protection from the coastal breezes of the famous...

This site makes an excellent stopover if travelling from Dublin to the southeast counties. It is also ideally placed to visit local places of interest...

Dunmore Holiday Park is a new purpose built touring park catering for caravans and motorhomes. It is set in over five acres of meadow surrounded...

Natural, rustic charm is the visitor’s first impression on arrival at Lough Ennell Camping & Caravan Park. Set in 18 acres of mature woodland beside...

This lovely site is set on a grassy hill overlooking the valley of the River Nore, with a woodland setting behind. Situated on a working...

Ireland

A land of Celtic myth, music and warm hospitality, the Republic of Ireland has earned a reputation as the ideal place to unwind. From the wild western coast with its rugged headlands to the cosmopolitan city of Dublin, it has all the ingredients for a great holiday.

Thanks to the extended opening dates of many campsites, camping in Ireland is a year round activity. Walking and cycling through this scenic country is a joy in all seasons, and wild swimmers will love a bracing dip in Lough Tay in the Wicklow Mountains whatever the time of year. The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland’s most beautiful and popular routes, leading visitors through 179km of lush green countryside and taking in spectacular views.

For culture lovers, camping in Ireland offers an opportunity to get immersed in the energy its cities. Discover why poets and writers fell in love with Dublin, now a UNESCO World City of Literature, wander the streets of Galway and soak up its atmosphere, or join in some festival fun in Limerick. There’s always something to celebrate in Ireland’s friendly towns.

Find a range of campsites in Ireland with Alan Rogers.