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Isle Of Man Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in Isle Of Man

10 holidays found. Click the names for more information.

Laxey Camping, Isle Of Man, England
/2 mile from the beach. Convenient for electric railway and buses.
Quarry Rd
Laxey
Isle Of Man
IM4 7DU
England
Telephone 01624 861866
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Silly Moos Campsite, Isle Of Man, England
Beautiful views from our flat camping field just outside Ramsey on the famous TT course. We are a dairy farm.
Ballakillingan Farm
Lezayre
Churchtown
Ramsey
Isle Of Man
IM7 2AL
England
Telephone 07624 262541
Fax 01624 812368
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates 20/05/15 to 30/09/15
Pitches 20
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TT Campsite Micheal United AFC, Isle Of Man, England
Camping available and rallies accepted for the TT Rally
Balleira Road
Kirk Michael
Kirk Micheal
Isle Of Man
IM6 1AF
England
Telephone 07624 499730
Email
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Cronk Aashen Farm Campsite, Isle Of Man, England
Our farm is an ideal base for walkers, with varying length scenic circuits in all directions. Situated just off the TT course, equidistantly 2 miles, between the village of Kirk Michael
Barregarroo Crossroads
Ramsey
Isle Of Man
IM6 1HQ
England
Telephone 01624 878305
Email
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Ballacottier Campsite, Isle Of Man, England
Ballacottier Campsite is a small friendly family run park, having a prime position with uninterrupted views overlooking the waters of Luce Bay
Laxey
Isle Of Man
IM4 5BQ
England
Telephone 01624 675687
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Ballamoar Campsite, Isle Of Man, England
Ballamoar Campsite is situated in Ballaugh Glen, 200 metres north of the village.
Glen Road
Ballaugh
Isle Of Man
IM7 5JG
England
Telephone (0) 76 2449 9394
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
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St Johns Football Club (TT Race campsite), Isle Of Man, England
24 Electrical Hook-Ups for Motorhomes and Tents Specialising in TT and MGP but open all year round Located half a mile/1km from TT course in the small village of St John's with pub, cafe, shop/post office all within 400m of the site.
Foxdale Road
St Johns
Douglas
Isle Of Man
IM4 3AR
England
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates All Year
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Peel Camping Park, Isle Of Man, England
Peel campsite is a large well-equipped site with flat pitches for tents, some with electric hook-ups and plentiful hardstanding for motorhomes and campervans.
c/o Town Hall
Derby Road
Peel
Isle Of Man
IM5 1RG
England
Telephone (0)1624 842341
Email
Opening Dates fully booked All August and 5th - 11th June 2015
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Glenlough Campsite, Isle Of Man, England
A family run Campsite situated on the TT course -3 miles from Douglas-spacious site with sheltered paddock - Regular bus service - open April -September
Site Office
Ballahutchin Hill
Union Mills
Isle Of Man
IM4 4AT
England
Telephone 01624 852057
Fax 01624 822372
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates APRIL-SEPTEMBER
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Gleneedle Wigwams (Wigwam Holidays), Isle Of Man, England
A Wigwam Holiday Park. Camping Huts and Glamoing
St Johns
Peel
Isle Of Man
IM4 3BF
England
Telephone 01838 400298
Email
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Information about Isle Of Man

Some information about Isle Of Man from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

The island has been inhabited since before 6500 BC. It began to be influenced by Gaelic culture in the 5th century AD, and the Manx language, a branch of the Gaelic languages, gradually emerged.

In the 9th century, the Norse began to settle there. A Norse-Gaelic culture arose and the island came under Norse control. In 1266, the island became part of Scotland. After a period of alternating rule by the kings of Scotland and England, the island came under the feudal overlordship of the English Crown in 1399.

The lordship revested into the British Crown in 1764 but the island never became part of the United Kingdom and retained its status as an internally self-governing jurisdiction.

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