Staying in a campervan is a unique way to experience our country. These are the best campervan sites in all of Ireland.
If you are anything like us, then you too are in constant search of the most beautiful scenery Ireland has to offer. Pair this positive obsession with travelling our stunning Emerald Isle in your home-on-wheels and you’ve got a match made in heaven – It’s almost like Ireland was made for relaxing in campervans. We’ve curated this list for the top ten campervan sites in Ireland.
Imagine waking up to a spectacular sunrise, sipping a cup of Irish breakfast tea, as you relax in your comfortable camper, only to add a blissful backdrop to the equation – that’s the dream, right? That is why we have gone and discovered the ten best campervan sites in Ireland for you to live out your campervan dream, since it is one of the best ways to travel Ireland.
Some of these are truly awesome!
10. Cong Camping, Caravan and Glamping – ‘Fabulous site with great facilities in Connemara’
Guests were delighted with the facilities and the quaint atmosphere here at Cong Camping, a campsite ideally located one kilometre from Cong, the only village to be named in TripAdvisor’s “Top 10 Irish destinations 2018”.
Address: Quay Rd, Cooslughoga, Lisloughrey, Co. Mayo, F31 XD56
9. Woodlands Caravan and Camping Park – ‘Exceptional, a little slice of heaven’
This campsite has excellent access to Tralee town, Dingle, Killarney, and Inch Beach, as well as being family-friendly and dog-friendly. It has guests returning year after year!
Address: Dan Spring Rd, Cloghers, Tralee, Co. Kerry
8. Kilbroney Caravan Park – ‘What ‘Mourne’ could you ask for?’
Set in the north of the country, nestled close to the Mourne Mountains, this site has lots to do. From summer camps to mountain biking to walks in the forest, this is the place to be out in nature. No wonder it made it to our ten best campervan sites in Ireland list.
Address: 80 Shore Rd, Rostrevor, Newry BT34 3AA, United Kingdom
7. Strandhill Caravan and Camping – ‘A view of mountains and beaches’
A great spot to watch the surfers take on a challenge, or even to challenge yourself to a lesson or two. With an array of activities to choose from, such as golfing or horse riding, this is the ideal location to try your hand at something new while on the island.
Address: Airport Road, Killaspugbrone, Strandhill, Co. Sligo, F91 W540
6. Ballinacourty House Caravan Park – ‘Take a stroll through the Victorian walled garden’
A fantastic site catering to all types of campers, including campervan-ers. This unique spot has lots of character and guests were delighted to be in the midst of all things Irish, including The Rock of Cashel, Fota Island, Waterford/Limerick/Kilkenny cities, and much more, there is no need to stay elsewhere.
Address: Ballynacourty, Tipperary
5. Knockalla Caravan and Camping Park – ‘Family friendly right on the Wild Atlantic Way’
Located in the ideal spot for exploring the world-famous Wild Atlantic Way, Knockalla is a comfortable campsite perfect for families. Guests loved the pristine and well-maintained facilities and, for some, it ranked among their favourite places to camp in Ireland – could that be because it’s located beside one of the best Irish beaches? I think so!
Address: Magherawarden, Portsalon, Co. Donegal
4. Wave Crest Caravan Park – ‘A gem in County Kerry’
Wave Crest manages to tick all the boxes for guests. The campsite delivers exceptional views of the sea from each pitch as well as the surrounding green, rolling hills that are famed in the region. The bonus is that this campsite is open all year round which is perfect because it is close enough to town to experience a local pub anytime you wish – and I’m sure they do a great pint of the black stuff!
Address: Wave Crest Caravan & Camping Park, Glanbeg, Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry
3. Goosey Island Motorhome Park – ‘Exclusivity, smack bang in the heart of beautiful Sneem’
Set right in the heart of the quirky village of Sneem, Co. Kerry, this campsite is exclusive to campervans and motorhomes, so there will be no tripping over tents here. Guests raved about the high-quality facilities, jaw-dropping scenery, and affordable prices, not to mention the fact that they offer this for free in the winter months.
There is enough space for 30 campervans at their campsite, and the location is so central that within three minutes you will be listening to live Irish music at one of the many Irish pubs in town. Now doesn’t this sound idyllic?
Address: Inchinaleega East, Co. Kerry
2. Glen of Aherlow Caravan and Camping Park – ‘A quiet and relaxing holiday in a country environment’
Situated in one of the most picturesque valleys in Ireland, this site is located near the Galtee slopes. You can go bird watching in the local area and there are numerous lakes to discover. Guests were in awe of the mountain views and mentioned that the views alone are worth staying for.
Address: Newtown Glen of Aherlow, Tipperary, E34 NH58
1. Corcreggan Mill – ‘This place is a destination’
In at our number one spot for our ten best campervan sites in Ireland, this quirky spot in the corner of stunning Donegal offers not only a place for campers, but also the luxury of a wine bar and woodfired pizza.
This establishment oozes character and has something to suit almost every traveller. Wine, pizza, and stunning campervan views – I’m sold!
Address: Corrigan Mill, Castlebane, Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal