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Blaney Caravan Park & Camp Site

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Blaney, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, BT93 7ER
Blaney Caravan Park & Camp Site

About

Landscaped into beautiful un-spoilt countryside at Lower Lough Erne, located just 8 miles from the historic town of Enniskillen (on the main A46 to Belleek/Ballyshannon and just 30 minutes from Donegal and the Atlantic Ocean).

Blaney is the ideal stop over when travelling to/from Giants Causeway to all areas in Ireland. To explore Fermanagh and surrounding counties, National Trust houses, Marble Arch Caves and Global Geopark, Ulster American Folk Park, Craft & Art Gallery, Museums and the famous Belleek Pottery.

Also, on our doorstep our visitors can enjoy walking, hiking, cycling, golfing and fishing in course and game lakes amongst the flora and fauna richness, to panoramic views in Ireland.

2019
Touring Caravan/ motorhome - £25 inc electric and awning
Hard standing pitch with grass area for awning
Tent and trailer tent - from £20 per night

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Children's outdoor play area

Establishment Features

  • Electricity supply to pitches
  • Showers on site
  • Spaces for motor caravans
  • Spaces for touring caravans
  • Washing & Drying facilities on site

Payment Methods

  • Euros accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Dogs permitted on lead
  • Gas cylinders for hire

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Opening Times

* 17 March - 23 October

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