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County Londonderry Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in County Londonderry

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  • Sperrins Mountain Range
    The Sperrins are the largest and least explored mountain range in Northern Ireland with dramatic landscapes, rivers teaming with life, mountains, valleys, forests, lakes, outdoor pursuits, indoor pursuits... something for everyone!. The region is extremely accessible, Belfast airports and ferry ports, as well as Derry City airport are all within one hour of the Sperrins Region. With some of Ireland's most spectacular and stunning scenery as your backdrop and right on your doorstep, this is the perfect location to get an extraordinary experience, no matter what your looking for!

    Source of above text: Sperrins Region, June 2009

  • Portstewart Strand
    Comprising cliff land and basalt plateau, the cliffs of Avish form part of the dramatic headland which can be seen by motorists travelling along the main coastal road from Castlerock to Bellarena (also referred to as Gortmore View Point on maps and roads signage).
    The two-mile long strand is best known as a mecca for holidaymakers, attracting well over 100,000 visitors a year.
    Open All Year. Facilities Open End of Feb to End of Oct.

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

  • National Trust - Springhill
    Visit this 17th-century 'Plantation' home, with its walled gardens & parkland, full of waymarked paths & experience life in the past.
    Sunday afternoons you can participate in Living History tours about this old family house - very informative, inciteful & breathes life into the fascinating past of this welcoming family home.

Information about County Londonderry

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

A picturesque county in the north west of Northern Ireland, Londonderry is famed for its tranquility, scenic beauty, lovely beaches and the lively university town of Coleraine.

Londonderry is one of the longest continuously inhabited counties in Ireland, and for good reason. This pretty county boasts delightful scenery as well as many fascinating sites. A must-see on any visit has to be the breathtaking Mussenden Temple, an awe-inspiring spot perched on the edge of a cliff edge.

If you are a fan of outdoor living then Londonderry is the place to be with wonderful rivers, lakes, country parks and the wonderful Sperrin Mountains to enjoy.

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