Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Camping in The North of Ireland

Holiday park facilities

Camp sites in the North of Ireland can be loved every day with stunningly perfect vistas every time you get up each morning.
At many excellent sites mobile homes, caravans and campervans will enjoy fresh water, hot showers, bathroom services, chemical toilet disposal points and EHU points. One can find eateries and shop facilities the the vacinity of nearly all caravan parks in The North Of Ireland.
The caravan parks in Northern Ireland have a diverse range of amenities.  Some holiday parks are small and serene, and other camp sites are rather busy and seriously active. The camp sites found in Northern Ireland are often extremely remote or found in the primary holiday towns.

Camping in The North of Ireland

Where to take your caravan in Northern Ireland

The very best way unwind and experience whatever The North Of Ireland provides is by traveling the country and staying near to the great outdoors in a caravan, tent or camper.

Camping in County Antrim

The Giants Causeway is a significant travel destination and part of the breath taking Causeway Coast with spectacular places to explore like: Dunluce Castle; Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge; Ballypatrick Forest; and countless other places of interest. Activities in and around the Coleraine include: golfing; pony trekking; walking; surf boarding; and sea angling. There are various caravan sites to park up your caravan for a weekend getaway or an extended getaway for exploring the breath taking Causeway Coast. The most ideal camp site in the country is Causeway Coast Holiday Park in Ballycastle, it really is an extraordinary camp site with genuinely amazing features which include a family friendly bar and warm indoors pool area to help you have pleasure in your trip in County Antrim. There has been some big budget movies and TV series getting filmed in Northern Ireland, there are a great many trips along the Causeway Coast, such as Game of Thrones. There are many desirable camp sites in the Causeway Coast of County Antrim; particularly Maddybenny camp site in Portrush and Causeway Coast Wigwams in Bushmills. For camping in Northern Ireland, Camping NI have a full listing of camp sites in the Antrim coast.

Camping in County Armagh

At the southern end of Lough Neagh is Oxford Island and Kinnego Marina, the largest Marina on Lough Neagh. Get on board the Master McGra to discover the secrets of the Lough or simply relax and indulge with a cup of coffee in the brand new shore amenities overlooking the harbour. Fishermen and sailors are very well taken care of with 190 berths and 32 fully accessible fishing stands whilst visitors can make the most of the Kinnego Marina Caravan Park. Head to the Camping NI website for detailed information of locations to go camping in County Armagh.

Camping in County Down

Typically the most popular vacation spots for caravan breaks in The North Of Ireland are along the County Down coast, especially Newcastle and Kilkeel. Cranfield (near Kilkeel) is very well liked for caravan holidays in Northern Ireland. With many camp sites in and around Kilkeel, Cranfield Caravan Park is an exceptional choice. There is also:  Shanlieve caravan park; Silvercove caravan park and Cranfield bay holiday park. Nearby, in Rostrevor, you can enjoy a different sort of camping experience (no tents or caravans) with East Coast Glamping you can stay in a glamorous solid wood camping pod. Further up the coast, Newcastle is pleased to be the Premier Seaside Town with unique holiday attractions and festivals. Bonnys Caravan Park in Newcastle enjoys a few distinctive features which include the animal farm and activities. Bonnys is perfectly based for hiking on the mountain hiking trails and for an outing to the most popular beach front town. Sunnyholme is in close proximity to the town centre and may be suitable to the elderly better than the other campsites. Much like Sunnyholme, Windor Holiday Park is another exemplary camp site near to town.

Camping in County Fermanagh

Fermanagh is known for its natural beauty and places of interest to check out. Near Enniskillen, in Newtownbutler there's the Crom Estate and Crom Castle. Set on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in Fermanagh, Crom is one of Ireland's most significant nature conservation areas. On the estate, there are historic buildings, holiday cottages and a campsite. When you go to Enniskillen,  remember to explore Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum, it boasts one of the biggest collections of Irish railway relics on show. Worth a visit is the legendary Belleek Pottery, it is one of Ireland&#146s oldest and most appealing attractions. There are of course numerous other places of interest and excellent places to camp in County Fermanagh. The most recommended camp sites in the county are Drumhoney Holiday Park in Lisnarick and Castle Archdale Caravan Park in Enniskillen.

Caravanning in County Tyrone

Tyrone has a hidden gem, the Clogher Valley Country Caravan Park. 6 miles short of the Tyrone/Fermanagh border there is an entry to the Fermanagh Lakes.  Clogher Valley Country Caravan Park offers Residential Static Caravans, Residential Park Homes, Holiday Static Caravans, Holiday Log Cabin and a spacious Touring area. In 18 acres of parkland, it abounds in tree varieties that demonstrate a fantastic spectrum of ever-changing colour in Autumn. The woodlands also hide wild animals such as ducks, other wild birds, squirrels and deer. The park is a little way from Fardross Forest with forest walks and trails.

Caravanning in County Londonderry

Virtually all campsites in County Londonderry are in the vicinity of the coast.  Moorbrook Lodge in Castlerock. is the most recommended campsite in County Londonderry.  Caravans, camper vans, and tents for camping are permitted. Moorbrook is set in 20 acres of unspoilt countryside with panoramic views along the famous Causeway Coast and over to Scotland. The camp site is located inside the Moorbrook Lodge Trout Fishery, consider experiencing a morning fishing session by staying at the new Moorbrook Lodge camp site, if you really are not into fishing one can make use of the opportunity to take it easy in a delightful rural area of outstanding natural beauty. The camping and caravan area of the site has water, toilet facilities and picnic areas all supplied. Northern Ireland offers stunning locations for caravanning; in the vicinity of or in the Sperrins, at the bottom of the mourne mountains, in the marvelous Fermanagh Lakelands or along the world-famous Causeway Coastal Route (Game of Thrones).
With some luck, you can find motivation on this site to plan where you must pay a visit to go camping in Northern Ireland.