Planning your next trip away to become one with Mother Nature? Look no further than these 10 best camping sites in Ireland.
Ireland has no shortage of natural beauty. From stunning mountain peaks to lush green valleys, you’re sure to find a view to take your breath away on this island.
And what better way to soak up these magnificent views than getting up close and personal with Irish nature? Whether you’re an experienced camper with a passion for the great outdoors, or a novice wanting to try out your campfire-making skills, we’ve rounded up only the best 5-star rated camping sites on TripAdvisor to inspire you.
Get ready to stargaze and roast those marshmallows with the 10 best camping sites in Ireland according to reviews, below.
10. Glen of Aherlow – for the most Instagrammable scenery
Escape to Tipperary to one of the best camping sites in Ireland. Laying within the dramatic Galtee Mountains, you’ll be treated to spectacular scenery and top-class amenities at the Glen of Aherlow Caravan and Camping Park.
We recommend this site in particular for those who love to get an Instagram snap or two on their trip away. You’ll be spoilt for choice at the Glen.
Address: Glen of Aherlow, Newtown, Tipperary, E34 NH58, Ireland
9. Purecamping – for those who always dreamt of sleeping in a forest
This hidden gem is set within 10 acres of native Irish woodland. Take your pick of the luxurious, fully furnished bell tents and cabins and settle in for an evening of relaxation.
Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, pitch your tent deep in the magical woods. This site is kid-friendly and pet-friendly, so there’s fun for all the family to be had here.
Address: Querrin, Kilkee, Co. Clare, Ireland
8. Pink Apple Orchard – for Celtic, bohemian chic
Those eco-conscious folk, who also love a bit of luxury, will find all they need at Pink Apple Orchard. For a boho-chic camping experience, look no further than this top-reviewed site.
With an adorable, one of a kind ‘Hobbit House’, and crafted stylised Celtic ‘Yurts’, there’s a touch of magic here you won’t soon forget.
Address: Corry, Drumkeeran, Co. Leitrim, Ireland
7. Glasson Glamping Farm – for a unique accommodation experience
For an unforgettable glamping experience, why not visit Athlone? After all, where else could you spend the night in a beautifully ornate, refurbished, vintage, double-decker bus?
Unwind with some tennis or a game of snooker, and watch the moon rise over the lush Irish landscape in one of the best camping sites in Ireland.
Address: Tonagh House, Tonagh, Glasson, Co. Westmeath, N37 TY05, Ireland
6. Strand Camping – for people who can’t live without their social media
Ideal for those who aren’t quite ready to go completely off the grid, Strand Camping is a small but ideally located gem – with Wi-Fi available throughout!
Roast marshmallows, go kayaking, or hire a bike and enjoy the fresh air. And if you’re desperate to get back to a little civilisation, you’ll only have a 10-minute walk to shops, restaurants, and pubs.
Address: Killard Rd, Doonbeg, Co. Clare, Ireland
5. Glenross Camping & Caravanning Park – for the ideal rest-stop on your ‘Ring of Kerry’ adventure
Within a handy proximity of the tourist must-see ‘Ring of Kerry’, Glenross Camping and Caravanning Park is an award-winning spot in nature.
Whether you’re pitching up your tent or taking advantage of the fully kitted-out mobile homes, you’ll be fortunate enough to soak up the beautiful views of Rossbeigh Beach and the iconic Dingle mountains.
Address: 2 Ring of Kerry, Curraheen Little, Co. Kerry, Ireland
4. Killarney Glamping at Grove – for a romantic getaway
If you prefer your outdoor excursions with a little bit of luxury, you’ll be spoiled for choice at the Killarney Glamping grounds.
This couples-only site is the ideal choice for a romantic getaway in Irish wilderness. With stunning views of the Kerry Mountains, treat yourself and a loved one and camp in style at this serene getaway spot.
Address: Ballycasheen Road, Ballycasheen, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland
3. Chleire Haven – for those who don’t want to compromise on hygiene
When you fancied getting off the grid, perhaps you didn’t have escaping to a small island off the coast of Ireland in mind. But at Chleire Haven, that’s exactly what you get!
Get cosy in a cool-as-hell yurt, and be assured that hygiene won’t be an issue in this spotless, well-maintained summer hide-out with hot shower facilities.
Address: Keenleen, Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland
2. Top of the Rock Pod Pairc & Walking Centre – for a historical excursion
Top of the Rock Pod Pairc and Walking Centre is a family-owned and run site that was once a meeting place for many in ancient Ireland. Nowadays, you can recreate this sense of community in a safe and picturesque environment.
Whether it’s a family holiday you’re looking for, or a solo getaway to get your head shired, you can have it all at Top of the Rock.
Address: Dromdaleague, Cork, Ireland
1. Mannix Point Camping and Caravan Park (Mortimer’s) – for a charismatic host
This is one of the best caravan and camping parks in County Kerry. The famous ‘Ring of Kerry’ attracts thousands of tourists to Ireland a year, and what better way to cross it off your bucket list, than with a trip to Mortimer’s.
Run by the personable Mortimer, this award-winning spot is one of the most picturesque camping sites in the country. With 500 metres of waterfront, hot showers and laundry facilities, you’ve no reason not to pay a visit.
Address: Ring of Kerry, Garranebane, Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry, Ireland