What appeals most about this campsite is its quiet, ‘heart of the countryside’ location and well-kept appearance. Attractively laid out amidst undulating grass areas, trees and shrubs are 28 touring pitches on hardstanding (16A electricity) and a designated area for 30 tents. Adjacent to the camping area stand several buildings which are gradually being refurbished. These house reception, shop, a clubhouse serving meals and takeaway food, also a campers’ kitchen and games room. For children, there is a play area, and for fishers, the Clydagh River borders this 3.5-acre site.
Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park
Ireland, West, Co. Mayo, Castlebar
- +353 94 903 1264
- 1 April - 1 October
Alan Rogers Review
A reasonably modern toilet block standing in an elevated position on-site, provides open style washbasins, preset showers in cabins with curtains and seats. Toilet units for disabled visitors. Laundry room (laundry service option, small charge). Campers’ kitchen. Shop and clubhouse for meals and takeaway (all season). Play area. River fishing. WiFi throughout (free).
Travelling northeast on N5 Castlebar-Dublin road, site is signed on the left 11 km. from Castlebar and is approached by a narrow local road.
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|N53 51 35||W9 17 23|