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2 miles from Enniskillen on Upper Lough Erne, the site overlooks the Sillees River.
Our camp-site/park is based in the middle of N Ireland, surrounded by the Sperrin Mountains.
Situated on the A2 Coast Road, 12 miles north of Limavady, and 10 miles from Coleraine.
The park incorporates play, outdoor games and beach areas.
Carnfunnock Touring Caravan Park and Camp Site are nestled within Carnfunnock Country Park
Off A2, signposted Cranfield West. Family washrooms.
3 miles south of Lisnaskea on B127 Derrylin Road, signposted. Please enquire about our accessibility
Caravan park situated close to Larne Town Centre and Ferry Terminal.
On main Newcastle to Kilkeel Road (A2) in centre of village.
4 miles south of Kilkeel - signposted Cranfield West, from Newry A2 to Kilkeel.
On main coast raod between Portrush and Portstewart, about 1.5 miles west of Portrush.
2 miles from Enniskillen on Upper Lough Erne, the site overlooks the Sillees River in a peaceful, tranquil setting, surrounded by green fields.
This is a small family run caravan park situated in the centre of Fermanagh Lakelands.
Our camp-site and caravan-park is based in the middle of Northern Ireland, surrounded by the beauty of Sperrin Mountains.
Benone Strand, one of Ireland's longest beaches and European Blue Flag Beach, plays host to a range of activities and events...
5 miles south east of Magherafelt on B160 road, 12 miles north east of Cookstown A29/B18 road, signposted.
Watersports, walks and picnic area. Picturesque area on shores of Lough Neagh. Includes play park, games area.
Carnfunnock Touring Caravan Park and Camp Site are nestled within the rural surroundings of Carnfunnock Country Park, which is uniquely positioned on a beautiful stretch of the Antrim Coastal route (A2).
3 miles south of Lisnaskea on B127 Derrylin Road, signposted. Please enquire about our accessibility. Activity programme available to campers and caravanners during peak season, including temporary leisure suite membership. Chalets for hire.
Caravan park situated on the coast road (A2) between Newcastle and Kilkeel in Annalong village.
'Highly Commended' Non Serviced Accommodation, NITA Awards 2013. Caravan park adjacent to Blue Flag beach and surrounded by mountains creating the perfect backdrop to this beautiful setting. T
One mile east of Portstewart on A2 coast road to Portrush. Splendid views and modern facilities. Fishing, boating and horseriding nearby.
The sites listed below are not inspected but are licensed to operate by local councils. Contact the local visitor information office (VIC) for information on facilities, availabilty and location.
Sometimes it can be hard to entice the kids away from their tablets and out into the great outdoors, but with giants, insects, animals the famous Gruffalo making an appearance, we bet they will love getting out in the fresh air for some family fun along
Northern Ireland is home to many fantastic forest parks, each offering visitors something unique.
Sometimes it can be hard to entice the kids away from their tablets and out into the great outdoors. But with giants, insects, animals the famous Gruffalo making an appearance, we bet they will love getting out in the fresh air for some family fun
With play parks, picnic spots and endless places to play hide and seek, take the kids on that camping trip you’ve always promised. You’ll have everything to keep them entertained on your doorstep, and these forest and country parks are perfect for a budget
The Mourne Mountains are the highest and most dramatic in Northern Ireland, but you don’t have to climb the highest peaks to experience their majestic beauty. Beautiful and spectacular scenery can be enjoyed from the foothills along short and
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Mournes is home to Northern Ireland’s highest mountain peak, Slieve Donard, and is said to have inspired C.S. Lewis’s magical world of Narnia. Ideal for outdoor pursuits, from walking and cycling to more extreme
Struggling to get the kids to unplug and go out for the day? Then maybe the prospect of an action-packed, off-road family adventure in the Mournes is the answer!
There’s nothing quite like a family day out on the bikes. So pack a picnic and hit the saddle to enjoy these fantastic traffic-free cycle routes perfect for the little ones.
Where’s the best playground for your kids? It’s a tough call, so here’s some help with 10 of the finest that can be found in Northern Ireland.
Top 10 things to do in the Mournes With spectacular and varied panoramas, the Mountains of Mourne are famous as a boundless natural playground within Northern Ireland’s great outdoors. Their clean air and beauty entices adventurers and relaxation
Northern Ireland is now widely regarded as one of the most exciting mountain bike destinations in Europe, with over 140km of purpose-built trails. Grab your helmet and your fearless spirit; it’s time to tackle this epic list of thrilling mountain