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Green Acres Caravan Park has provided travellers with a quality campsite in County Kerry for more than 20 years. Found near Castlegregory in Aughacasla, the park is located on the Dingle Peninsula, which offers many attractions and activities.
Found on the stunning Corkagh Park Estate in Clondalkin, yet only a short distance from Dublin City Centre, Cormac Valley offers the best of both worlds. The park is a South Dublin County Council facility with accessible shower/toilet units.
A Fáilte Ireland three-star caravan and camping park with a secluded lakeside setting, Lough Lannagh is ideal for exploring Mayo and the surrounding counties. The park is just a 10-minute walk from Castlebar, which is home to a range of attractions.
An excellent, four-star caravan and camping park, Ocean Island offers quality facilities and 30 years of experience welcoming visitors to County Wexford's beautiful Hook Peninsula. Near Fethard-on-Sea, the park is within reach of many activities.
A well-maintained and family-run park, Newtown Cove is a wonderful choice for a holiday in County Waterford and the sunny South East. Situated near the cove at Newtown and just 2km from Tramore, the park is ideal for relaxing and active breaks.
Dungannon Park is a small touring park amidst a 70 acre parkland.
A beautifully located park found near Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Mannix Point boasts a long stretch of waterfront. Established in 1984, the park continues to provide campers with quality facilities, including a charming sitting room with turf fire.
Off B185 road from Coleraine to Portstewart.
On the banks of the Lower River Bann, 30 minutes from the North Coast.
Located within the 350 hectare Lough Key Forest and Activity Park, the caravan and camping site is ideal for fun, family friendly holidays in County Roscommon. The park, which is near Boyle Town, offers many activities and amenities for all.
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