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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in County Down

24 holidays found. Click the names for more information.

Woodcroft Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
104 Dundrum Road
Newcastle
County Down
BT33 0LN
Northern Ireland
Telephone 02843 722284
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The Potters Cottage - National Trust Property, County Down, Northern Ireland
The Potters Cottage is a single storey stone cottage in a working farmyard near Lough Shore with access to the estate & shore. No private garden. Gas Central Heating included as Open all year
Ballyhosset Road
Strangford
Downpatrick
County Down
BT30 7ET
Northern Ireland
Telephone 0844 8002070 / Brochure Line - 2072
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates Open All Year - National Trust Holiday Contact Centre, PO Box 536, Melksham, Wiltshire SN12 8SX
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Woodland Caravan Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
24 Drumfad Road
Millisle
County Down
BT22 2JQ
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 9186 2349
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Ganaway Holiday Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Ganaway Holiday Park is located in the countryside, offering peace, tranquillity & a spacious recreational area including a tennis court. Situated 0.5miles off the A2 just opposite their Ballyferris Park, between Millisle and Ballywalter.
10 Ganaway Road
Ballywalter
County Down
BT22 2LG
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4275 8200
Fax 028 4275 8079
Email
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Opening Dates March to November
Pitches Owner Occupied Statics/Holiday Homes since 2005
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Springvale Holiday Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Springvale Holiday Park is their smallest caravan park & is along side Sandend Holiday Park situated on the South Down coastline of Northern Ireland. Direct access to the beach and peace and tranquility make this park private and heaven on earth!
22c Springvale Road
Ballywalter
County Down
BT22 2RS
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4275 8200
Fax 028 4275 8079
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates March to November
Pitches All Static Caravans are Owner Occupied
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Lakeside-view Caravan and Camping Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Lakeside View is a quiet park with panoramic views, close to Lough Aghery lake. The lake can be viewed by all pitches enabling visitors to watch the summer water sports that take place or observe the wildlife that live around the lake.
71 Magheraconluce Road
Annahilt
Hillsborough
County Down
BT26 6PR
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 9268 2098
Email
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Opening Dates 11 months of the year - check with site for details
Pitches 20 touring/motor caravans. 10 for tents.
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Ballyferris Holiday Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Ballyferris Holiday Park is situated on Ballyferris Point, on the east coast of the Ards Peninsula, twenty minutes south of Bangor on the A2, in County Down, Northern Ireland. This is a large park with direct access to a fabulous area of sandy beach
211 Whitechurch Road
Ballywalter
County Down
BT22 2LA
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4275 8200
Fax 028 4275 8079
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates March to November
Pitches Owner Occupied Statics/Holiday Homes since 1995
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Delamont Country Park Camping and Caravanning Club Site, County Down, Northern Ireland
Enjoy wonderful Northern Irish hospitality in this beautifully situated campsite in County Down. Our campsite in Northern Ireland is definitely worth the trip across the Irish Sea if you live on the mainland.
Downpatrick Road
Killyleagh
County Down
BT30 9TZ
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4482 1833
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Cranfield Caravan Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
123 Cranfield Road
Kilkeel
County Down
BT34 4LJ
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 41762572
Email
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Kilbroney Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Kilbroney Park is a four star touring caravan and camping site, discreetly located in a landscaped area of the park, looking over Carlingford Lough.
Kilbroney Park
Shore Road
Rostrevor
County Down
BT34 3AA
Northern Ireland
Telephone +353 028 41738134
Email
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Opening Dates march - october
Pitches 52
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Riverly House CL Site, County Down, Northern Ireland
Riverly House CL Site has electric hook-ups & also welcomes dogs.
52 Lurgancahone Road
Rathfriland
Newry
County Down
BT34 5AU
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 3085 1382
Opening Dates Open All Year
Pitches 5 pitches - Caravans & Motorcaravans welcome
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Ballywiskin Caravan & Camping Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Roy and Hilda Butler invite you to their caravan and camping park situated on the picturesque North East Coast Co Down.
216 Ballywalter Road
Millisle
County Down
BT22 2LY
Northern Ireland
Telephone 02891 862262
Email
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Murlough Cottage - National Trust Property, County Down, Northern Ireland
Murlough Cottage is a single storey cottage with downstairs bedroom & shower room. Oil Central Heating included as Open all year
Belfast Road
Dundrum
County Down
BT33 0NG
Northern Ireland
Telephone 0844 8002070 / Brochure Line - 2072
Fax 0844 8002071
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates Open All Year - National Trust Holiday Contact Centre, PO Box 536, Melksham, Wiltshire SN12 8SX
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Meelmore Lodge, County Down, Northern Ireland
52a Trassey Road
Bryansford
County Down
BT33 0QB
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4372 5949
Email
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Sandilands Holiday Park (Chesnutt Holiday Parks), County Down, Northern Ireland
The touring pitches are in a sheltered area with multi-service hook ups. The all weather pitches are fully serviced with multi-service hook up and the centralised wash facilities are both clean and well maintained.
30 Cranfield Road
Cranfield East
Newry
Kilkeel
County Down
BT34 4LQ
Northern Ireland
Telephone 00(44) 28417 63634
Email
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Opening Dates 17th March to 31st October
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Murlough Cottage Caravan Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
180 182 Dundrum Road
Newcastle
County Down
BT33 0LN
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 437 22906
Email
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Annalong Holiday Park (Chesnutt Holiday Parks), County Down, Northern Ireland
Annalong Holiday Park, another 5* Chestnutt Holiday Park, boasts outstanding views as it slopes its way down to the sea. It is within easy reach of local shops & facilities, being in the heart of Annalong village, which has several attractions.
38 Kilkeel Road
Annalong
Newry
County Down
BT34 4TJ
Northern Ireland
Telephone 00(44) 28437 68248
Email
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Opening Dates 17th March to 31st October 2011
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Loughside Holiday Park (Chesnutt Holiday Parks), County Down, Northern Ireland
Loughside residents all have access to Chestnutt Holiday Park facilities, including Shop, Cafe, Laundry & Games Room, only 5 mins walking distance, with great views of the Mourne & Cooley Mountains, on the edge of Cranfield beach (Blue Flag).
39 Ameracam Lane
Cranfield West
Newry
Kilkeel
County Down
BT34 4LN
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4176 2653 - Head Office
Fax 028 4176 4778
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates 17th March to 31st October 2011
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Chestnutt Holiday Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
This 5* Park is adjacent to the Blue Flag Cranfield West beach, which is set at the mouth of Carlingford Lough. The Park has excellent facilities incl. a large reception & the Beachcomber Cafe, which is open Mon - Sat during July & August.
3 Grange Road
Newry
Kilkeel
County Down
BT34 4LW
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4176 2653
Fax 028 4176 4778
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates 17th March to 31st Oct. for Owners/ Easter to Mid September for Tourers/Motorhomes
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Sandycove Holiday Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Sandycove Holiday Park is a popular park with direct access to a safe sandy beach, close to the towns of Bangor & Newtownards. It is also the only seaside park on the Ards Peninsula with a designated area for Touring caravans/Motor homes only.
191 Whitechurch Road
Ballywalter
Newtownards
County Down
BT22 2LA
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4275 8200 - Bookings closed Nov to 31st Dec
Fax 028 4275 8079
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates Touring - 1st April to 30th September / Statics - Owner Occupied
Pitches 40 Touring - with electric hook-up & awning spaces
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Downpatrick Gate Lodge - National Trust Property, County Down, Northern Ireland
Downpatrick Gate Lodge is a remote and very attactive cottage found at the woodland entrance to Castle Ward Estate. Oil Fired heating included as open all year.
Strangford
Downpatrick
County Down
BT30 7ET
Northern Ireland
Telephone 0844 8002070 / Brochure Line - 2072
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates Open All Year - National Trust Holiday Contact Centre, PO Box 536, Melksham, Wiltshire SN12 8SX
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Windsor Holiday Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Quiet and level touring site with spacious pitches accommodating awnings.
138 Dundrum Road
Newcastle
County Down
BT33 0LN
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4372 3367
Email
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Sandend Holiday Park, County Down, Northern Ireland
Sandend Holiday Park is set 0.5 mile off the main road on South side of Ballywalter & a pleasant stroll by the private beach to the village. The park borders the Ballywalter Estate & provides peace & seclusion with convenience to the local facilities
28 Springvale Road
Ballywalter
County Down
BT22 2RS
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4275 8200
Fax 028 4275 8079
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Opening Dates March to November
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Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland
Castle Ward
Strangford
Downpatrick
County Down
BT30 7LS
Northern Ireland
Telephone 028 4488 1204
Email
Website Visit campsite or park's website
Pitches 30 caravans
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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in County Down

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  • Seaforde Gardens
    Part of the Historic Houses Association with over 315 properties throughout the UK to visit.
    Check website for current opening hours and tariff.

  • National Trust - Murlough National Nature Reserve
    Cared for as Ireland's first nature reserve since 1967, the fragile 6000 year old sand dune system is an excellent area for walking and bird watching.
    Lovely views from the paths & boardwalks on the walks through the dunes, woodland & surrounding countryside. One of N. Irelands most popular sandy beaches
    Open All Year - Dawn to Dusk.
    Check website for other places to visit in the area.

  • Old Barrack House & Gardens, Hillsborough
    Bordered by an old stone wall at the rear of a listed Georgian terrace house, this secret garden has been transformed into a quiet haven, with views of a lake with swans.
    The garden is accessed through the first arched gateway at the bottom of the hill, opposite Hillsborough Private Clinic & can accomodate groups up to 50 people.
    By prior appointment only, 1st May to 1st September.

  • National Trust - Castle Ward
    Known for its mixture of architectural styles, Castle Ward is an interesting 18th-century mansion.
    Grounds - Open All Year.
    House & Tearoom - Open 12 March to 30 Oct 2011. Check website for opening times of other attractions.

  • Hillsborough Castle & Gardens
    Built in the 1770s by Wills Hill, the 1st Marquis of Downshire, this 18th-century mansion was formerly the home of the Governor of Northern Ireland, but is now the official residence of the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
    The Castle opens its gates to the public each SATURDAY in May, June and August.
    A tour of the House lasts approximately one hour with the last tour beginning at 4pm.

  • Public Forests in County Down
    Public Forests in County Down - full of woodland walks but no recreational centres, unless indicated on the website.

  • National Trust - Mount Stewart House & Gardens
    Neo-classical house and celebrated gardens - one of the most unique and unusual gardens in the National Trust's ownership.
    The mild climate of Strangford Lough allows astonishing levels of planting experimentation.
    Lakeside Gardens are Open All Year.
    Check website for full opening hours.

  • Kilkeel
    The capital of the Kingdom of Mourne is home to the largest fishing fleet in Ireland. Kilkeel has an 18 hole golf course & is situated at Mourne Park, close to the town. For those wet days Kilkeel has an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre for all the family. The Esplanade beside the Leisure Centre has plenty of open space with an outdoor playground and tennis courts. (4 miles from Cranfield)

  • National Trust - Rowallane Garden
    With trees, shrubs and plants from around the world this is a true plantsman's garden in an informal style.
    Gardening tours with the Head Gardener can be booked.
    Open All Year except 25/26 December & 1 January.

Information about County Down

Some information about County Down from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

Take a glimpse into the fascinating life of Saint Patrick with a trip to scenic County Down.

With a history that covers over 7,000 years, Down is blessed with a wealth of heritage sites, but the most famous of all is Downpatrick, where Ireland’s patron saint is reputed to be buried.

County Down is a picturesque spot filled mostly with low, rolling hills that contrast spectacularly with the rugged Mountains of Mourne and Slieve Donnard, which rise dramatically to a height of 848 metres.

Strangford Lough, meanwhile, is an abundant nature reserve with seals, geese, terns and wildfowl nestling amidst its peaceful shores.

Accredited to http://www.discoverireland.com

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