Set between the torrs of Slieve Binnian and the sea, the proprietors of this well appointed park have reserved 12 pitches near the sea exclusively for touring caravans. The park has grown over a number of years and has become a pleasant location, mostly for privately owned caravan holiday homes. A low sea wall and a pedestrian footpath beside the shore form the only barrier between the park and the Irish Sea. This path makes a delightful stroll to Annalong’s picturesque old fishing harbour, historic cornmill and nearby licensed restaurant.
Like so many Irish caravan parks, Annalong has few trees, but with most of these being Cordyline palms the park has a semi-tropical look. Tourists to the area will enjoy visits to the Silent Valley reservoir and park, Kilkeel’s commercial fishing harbour and the delights of the Mountains of Mourne. Many footpaths lead into the mountains for those keen to explore.