Surrounded by woodland this secluded, beautiful Glen lies between the dramatic Galtee Mountains, Ireland's highest inland range, and the slopes of Slievenamuck. For the adventurous, these towering Galtee slopes and the five Corrie lakes are just waiting to be conquered.
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. The touring area consists of mostly hardstanding pitches, some grass, some fully serviced, all with 10 amp electric hook-up, water and WiFi, with great mountain views.
A campers' shop, games room, TV room, laundry modern toilet and shower block, and battery charging are all available, and the park is also dog friendly. One of the major attractions in this area of Ireland is the iconic Rock of Cashel, which is a group of medieval buildings set on a limestone outcrop. Member price per unit. More details on European campsite pricing. Book It.
Overview A most welcoming and tranquil site, set in an 18th century stable complex with spacious enclosed grounds and courtyard sitting area, near Tipperary, 19 miles from the Rock of Cashel one of Ireland's most spectacular landmarks , and near many other historic sites. Owned and run by the Stanley family. Local transport : No local train or bus service available. Pitches Total pitches: Low Season Quiet on site with minimal facilities, lots to do in the area, busier during Easter and Bank Holiday periods, but not crowded.
High Season A great base to discover the South of Ireland without the crowds; perfect for those who enjoy hiking, walking and cycling; busy during Irish Bank Holidays.
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Hiking 0 - 5km. Mountain biking 0 - 5km. Pitch and putt 0 - 5km. Walking 0 - 5km. Politiques Motorcycles allowed. Quiet in the evenings. Recycling available. Emplacement GPS : Saisissez une date valide max.
Adultes 18 ans et plus. Pitch suitable for Camper van, Caravan, Motorhome or Trailer tent Nombre maximum de personnes: 10 Dimensions: 30 x 15 meters Type de terrain: Hardstanding. Children Children under the age of 3 are free of charge. Aimed mostly at families, it has 51 touring pitches and three areas for tents. The park offers traffic-free walking and cycling, high ropes and zip wires, Segway trips through the woods and the weather-proof Boda Borg experience, which offers physical and mental challenges for all ages. Swimming near the berth marina is also popular. Many facilities are wheelchair-friendly, including the visitor centre, the tree-canopy experience and the Moylurg viewing tower.
Wheelchair orienteering is also on offer. Guests are asked to respect quiet time from 11pm. A stroll from Westport town, this site has pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents. You can also rent prepitched family bell tents with air mattresses. The grounds are home to the Pirate Adventure Park, with rides appealing to unders. Bigger kids and adults can enjoy zorbing, high ropes and zip wiring.
A free playground sits next to a cafe and bar. Open since the s, this large campsite has pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes. It also has microlodge pods, Kukoo huts, and a tree house for glamping. Another big draw is the adults-only Secret Garden, although an 11pm curfew should ensure relative quiet.
There are tons of activities, such as, indoors, badminton, football and basketball and, outdoors, golf, tennis and archery. This quiet family site has 40 pitches for visiting caravans, tents and motorhomes, as well as 50 for regulars. But really this place is about the outdoors. Camper-van and caravan pitches are tiered, so everyone gets a view of Bantry Bay. And there is an adults-only motorhome section and TV room. Bantry is 6km away. In the evenings you can kick back in the lovely old pub onsite, where excellent food and regular trad sessions lend a lively atmosphere.
Leitrim village is a short walk away if you want a change of scene. The guys who own these pods also operate the trailhead at Rostrevor. They can hire you bikes, pick you up, drop you off, and also offer an uplift service, meaning you can avoid pedalling the steep climb. Kayaking, banana boating and stand-up paddle boarding are on offer, too. Strangford Lough must be one of the most overlooked scenic spots in Ireland, so any campsite in the area is a winner.
Located on a year-old demesne, and open year round, this one has 28 caravan and motorhome pitches, plus 10 tent pitches. There are also four heated camping pods, which sleep two adults and three children. Activities include visiting the estate house and gardens, water sports, exploring the Game of Thrones set, or cycling a huge selection of trails. Kids will love the adventure playground and driving mini pedal tractors in the farmyard. Open since , this campsite has an enviable waterfront location looking over a stony strand to Valentia and Beginish islands.
It offers 42 touring pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents. The kitchen is equipped with everything from crockery to a microwave; there is also a barbecue and picnic area. There are no pool tables, TV or video games here, so family fun is outdoorsy. The site is a minute walk from Cahirciveen.
Set in the heart of the Glen of Aherlow, between Slievenamuck and the Galtee Mountains, it is close to numerous looped walks. About 12km from Tipperary town, this is a peaceful spot surrounded by old walls and mature trees with lovely views of the hills. There are some facilities for small children, including a simple play area, a tennis court, and a TV and games room. Camper vans and motorhomes offer the option to hit the road and decide from night to night where you want to stay.
Room Tip: Pick a spot to se the mountains. Full hook up campsites tipperary ireland have real beds and stoves to keep them cosy. Gas available to buy. Very commercial. Find your perfect Battlefield Tour. The French Quarter Cafe. We're only showing the sites that are bookable on Pitchup. Bespoke breakfasts, ranging from wheat shots full hook up campsites tipperary ireland gourmet omelettes, are served in the main house. Follow the road to the top turn left, until you reach Ballinacourty House. Activities There are a whole range of activities for young and old either within the Glen or within a short drive. A great base to discover the South of Ireland without the crowds; perfect for those who enjoy hiking, walking and cycling; busy during Irish Bank Holidays. Camper-van and caravan pitches are tiered, so everyone gets a view of Bantry Bay. European Camping Guide Before booking your trip, take a look at Your Guide to European Camping — our comprehensive guide on everything you need to know before camping in Europe.
Choose from our myriad quiet rural and coastal roads, remote piers or many of the campsites listed here. There are several hire companies to let you have a taste of life on the road. Relatively small and easy to drive, they have a cooker, fridge and sink. If space and bringing the kitchen sink are important to you, Cara Motorhomes rents two- to six-berth vehicles with showers and toilets.