Ireland Campsites

Glorious beaches, far-off islands, towering cliffs and lush green mountain slopes – from the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland to the Glen of Aherlow and Galtee Mountains in the south, Ireland is a photographer’s dream at every turn.

Ballyness Caravan Park, Co Antrim
Close to the Giant's Causeway and Old Bushmills Distillery, Ballyness Caravan Park has 50 fully serviced hardstand touring pitches and three wildlife lakes. During the spring and summer, guests can hop onto the Causeway Rambler bus from the park to Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge via the Giant’s Causeway and on to Portrush and Coleraine. The North Coast also hosts numerous international events throughout the year and you can try your hand at paddleboarding, go on a sea safari or enjoy an award-winning foodie tour.

Glen of Aherlow, Co Tipperary
A beautifully kept site with views over the surrounding hills and countryside of Southern Ireland, in an area perfect for walking and sightseeing. Glen of Aherlow Caravan & Camping Park is situated in the heart of one of the most picturesque valleys in Ireland. Surrounded by woodland this secluded, beautiful Glen lies between the dramatic Galtee Mountains, Ireland's highest inland range, and the slopes of Slievenamuck. Many woodland walking routes, including the lake walks to Lough Curra and Lake Muskry, can be taken from the campsite, and it is also a superb area for bird watching.

Mannix Point, Co Kerry
Set on the Gulf Stream coast of The Ring of Kerry, on The Wild Atlantic Way, with coastal views. Situated at the edge of the water and facing across the bay to beautiful and historic islands, Mannix Point has spectacular views in every direction. The park is located 300 metres off the main road at the western end of the pleasant town of Cahersiveen (Cahirciveen), just a 15-minute walk to shops, pubs, restaurants, galleries and entertainment, including traditional Irish music and dancing.