Rushin House Caravan Park
Northern Ireland, Co. Fermanagh, Enniskillen
- +44 28 6638 6519
- Mid March - Late October.
Alan Rogers Review
Although situated in Northern Ireland, this park opened in 2007 and is almost on the border with the Republic of Ireland. It has been carefully landscaped from farmland that sloped down to the tranquil Lough MacNean. There are 38 fully serviced, terraced pitches on hardstanding. They form a friendly circle surrounding a fairy thorn tree and have an added bonus of a wonderful view of the loch. There is also a small camping area. The toilet block, boat jetty, picnic tables and play areas are only a short walk away from the pitches.
The helpful owners live on-site and are on call most of the time. This park provides a peaceful haven to relax after returning from days out in lovely Fermanagh. At the farm entrance are the stark ruins of Templerushin Church, and nearby is Saint Patrick’s Holy Well.
Heated toilet block, beautifully appointed, with laundry and adjoining kitchen area. Separate facilities for disabled campers. Motorhome services. Payphone. Boat jetty. Play area. All-weather sports facility. Picnic area. WiFi throughout.
From Enniskillen follow the A4 for 13 miles to Belcoo. Turn right on to the B52 towards Garrison and in 1 mile you will see the signs for Rushin House.Link to campsite location map on google
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