County Mayo is a wonderful place to explore in a camper with plenty to see and do. Framed by the Atlantic Ocean on its North and West borders, it's the third largest of Ireland's 32 counties, and boasts some of the best beaches on the island of Ireland.
There is so much to see and do in county mayo, including Ashford Castle, Blacksod Lighthouse,Ceíde Fields, Clare Island, Croag Patrick & Cew Bay, Knock Shrine, The Museum of Country Life and Westport House to name a few.
If you are thinking of exploring the wonders of County Mayo then this complete guide to the campsites in County Mayo, Ireland, lists all of the campsites in Mayo, along with their facilities and links to current pricing.
Cong Caravan & Camping Park
Cong Camping, Caravan & Glamping Park is a small family run Park located in an area of outstanding beauty – 1 mile from the beautiful village of Cong in Connemara. Cong was the only village listed on TripAdvisor's top 10 Irish destinations in 2018.
The village is an inland island surrounded by water, with quaint shops and cafes and historical ruins dating back as far the 12th Century.
The Park is very centrally located only 20 miles from the Wild Atlantic Way at Killary Harbour and 26 miles from Galway city and Westport – an ideal base from which to explore the west of Ireland, including the Aran Islands, Achill Island and the Marian Shrine at Knock. With the wonderful new motorway Cong is now only 2 and a half hours drive from Dublin.
Cong Camping, Caravan & Glamping Park is 5 minutes walk from Ireland's finest brown trout and salmon fishing on Lough Corrib and 10 minutes walk from the world famous Ashford Castle.
Hawk walks are a real treat at Ireland's School of Falconry at Ashford Castle and Cruises on Lough Corrib depart from Lisloughrey Quay 5 minutes walk from the Park.
There is an abundance of outdoor activities on the Park's doorstep - from kayaking, horse riding, cycling and walking trails through the 2,000 acres of woodlands that surround Cong to more adventurous mountain climbs in Connemara including the Maamturks, the Twelve Bens, and Croagh Patrick – the Holy Mountain of Ireland's Patron Saint.
There is a choice of both sheltered hardstanding and grass motorhome pitches. Free Wifi is available at all the pitches.
16 amp electricity is available for motorhome pitches provided you have your own electric hook up connection and a cable/lead that is at least 25m long. Your camping lead needs to have a round blue 3 pin plug on one end, which is the standard lead throughout Europe, which connects into our system.
As well as shower and toilet facilities there is also a kitchen area (with fridge, freezer, microwaves, hobs, cutlery, crockery, pots and pans), a sitting room, mini-cinema, laundry and children's playground. Chemical disposal and grey water disposal facilities are available on site, as well as fresh water points and waste disposal.
Belleek Park Caravan & Camping Park
Open all year round, this 4 stars, Irish Tourist Board approved site is one of Irelands top award winning sites.
This sheltered woodland setting is an ideal location from which to explore the scenic north Mayo coastline, the Moy Valley region and the West of Ireland. This beautiful family run park has excellent facilities and guaranteed high standards.
Laundry with washing, drying and ironing facilities
Excellent shower/toilet block
T.V. / Games / social room
Shop for basics, high season only
Facilities for disabled
Chemical Disposal Unit
Landscaped park land
Fully serviced mobile homes
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Westport House Caravan & Camping Park
Westport House Caravan and Camping Park is situated on the fertile grounds of Westport House Estate just a five minute drive and a 15 minute stroll from Westport town, and a 25 minute drive from Croagh Patrick.
Set against the backdrop of 18th century cut stone stables (one of the most extensive heritage farm yard buildings in Europe) and the lush canopies of lofty oaks and birch, our caravan and camping park offers guests access to a choice of spotless facilities and a safe, picturesque environment for relaxation, exploration and play.
This natural environment surrounded by ancient trees with Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay in the background is the camper’s dream! Within a 5 minute drive and a 15 minute walk of popular Westport town, you'll find top rated facilities and a wealth of onsite activities and attractions for all ages on this family-run site.
Families, couples and hikers alike will revel in the park’s rich historical surrounds, enchanting forest walks and action-packed adventure activities and attractions.
disabled showers and toilets
picnic and washing up areas
a recreation room
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Lough Lannagh Caravan Park
Lough Lannagh Village is perfect for caravan & camping holidays. With 20 caravan bays and space for tents too, caravan and camping holidaymakers are more than welcome at Lough Lannagh. In a beautiful, scenic and family oriented environment, we’ll give you a warm welcome.
Currently qualified to Fáilte Ireland 3 Star standard and an AA 4 Pendant too, at Lough Lannagh Village in Castlebar, Mayo, we welcome both Touring Caravans and Motor Homes. Electricity and hot showers are included.
As with all aspects of Lough Lannagh Village, disabled access is assured and other services include facilities for ironing and laundry. Onsite there is bike hire and open boating with Bike & Boards and Mayo Adventure Experience. Sporting options range from tennis and basketball courts to golf, fishing and swimming close by. You are on the doorstep of a range of activities, heritage sites and beautiful drives in Mayo and the west of Ireland.
Once you’ve parked up, you’re only a few minutes from a range of pubs and restaurants in Castlebar, making Lough Lannagh the location with everything. Lough Lannagh is now part of the Great Western Greenway Walking and Cycling Route.
Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park
Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park is a well maintained campsite
in the heart of Co. Mayo. The park is bordered by the Clydagh River, so don’t forget to bring your fishing rod.
The site caters for 32 caravans or motorhomes on hardstands (with 16 Amp electric sockets each) and 26 tents.
a reception (with shop and tourist information)
a modern toiletblock with wheelchair accessible toilets
a clubhouse where you can enjoy a meal and a drink
a campers kitchen and a laundry room
indoor games room.
Latest prices can be found here
Carra Caravan & Camping Park
Situated in Co Mayo's 'tidiest village' in lovely south Mayo, Carra Caravan and Camping Park is within 200 metres of a modern convenience store, two welcoming Irish pubs, a craft butcher, takeaway food outlet (open Fri./Sat/Sun eves), Catholic church, motor service garage.
Country walks (maps provided) are a speciality from this secluded village campsite including The Riverside Loop Walk ( 60 mins) through fields and farmlands, which is especially relaxing. You can also visit the Eviction Cottage and Museum en route.
New Amenity Block With Facilities For Disabled
Variety of hard stands and grass pitches
Showers / Campers' kitchen
Grey-water bay and chemical disposal point
Pets on lead welcome
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Keel Sandybanks Caravan & Camping
Keel Sandybanks Caravan & Camping Park is a 4 Star family run caravan & camping park, located on Keel Beach on Achill Island, Co. Mayo in the West of Ireland. The park provides full services for camping and caravanning. Modern mobile homes are also available for hire.
The park provide a variety of pitches to suit all needs from camping pitches to powered hard-stands in spectacular surroundings. With Tramore Strand to the south, Slievemore mountain to the north, the Minaun cliffs to the west and Keel village to the east, the location simply cannot be beaten. The park facilities are always maintained to the highest standards and provide everything you need for your holiday.
With direct access from the park onto Keel Beach (5km), it is ideal for dog lovers. Check in is accepted up until 22:00, check out is 12:00. Reservations required for group bookings. Staff reside on site and are available at all times.
Reception is staffed from 9am until 10pm in busy periods.
Tourism information is available on all aspects of the Island, Water Sports, Bike Hire, Horse Riding, Pony Trekking, Hill Walking, Cycling Routes to name but a few. Achill Tourism is a great source of information on activities available in Achill.
Credit and Debit cards accepted.
Mobile phones can be charged at Reception at no extra cost.
Sockets available to inflate airbeds.
First Aid on-site.
Variety of hard stands.
Taps - Located all around the Park with drinking water.
GAS BBQ available (must be pre-booked, refundable €50 deposit required).
Outdoor games area
Disabled toilet facilities
2 toilet & showe blocks
Motorhome Drive Thru service area
Games Room and TV
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Achill Seal Caves Caravan & Camping
Nestled between Dugort hill and Slievemore mountain this picturesque Park is situated in a sheltered and scenic part of Achill on the North side of the Island and caters for touring caravans, camper vans, tents, rental and private mobile homes. Established in 1968, Seal Caves extends to over 7.5 acres with mature hedgerows and trees throughout.
The Park stretches up Dugort hill with varying levels and offers panoramic sea views of Dugort Beach and Blacksod Bay. It is located along the Wild Atlantic Way and set in one of the most attractive and unspoilt areas of the West of Ireland. It is a well placed touring centre for all parts of Achill and West Mayo.
Sandy banks and soft sand dunes lead down from the Park to Dugort Blueflag Beach. The Beach is nearly 1 mile long of clear silver sand and is pleasant to play and bathe on. Sea fishing is possible from the rocks near the beach and at the pier nearby.
A Blueway kayak trail is located directly on the beach where you can paddle from Dugort Beach along the trail to the Golden Strand Beach past the seal caves and bird colonies. Boat trips run regularly from the pier to the seal caves, Innishkea Island and Croaghaun Cliffs.
Slievemore mountain has beautiful walks and is rich in history. The Achill Mission or the ‘Colony’, Megalithic tombs, the Deserted Village and Heinrich Böll’s Cottage are all located on or adjacent to Slievemore mountain.Seal Caves is located on the Greenway and on the National Cycle Network.
Other places of beauty and interest on the island which are within easy reach of the park include – the aquarium, Martello tower, Keem Bay, Minaun Heights, Atlantic Drive and Kildavnet Castle.
The deep clear water that surrounds the island makes it an ideal spot for angling and deep sea diving. Ballycroy National Park is a 30 minute scenic drive from Achill.
New Shower & Toilet Block
Outside Open Air Showers
New Campervan Service Area with chemical disposal, grey water disposal and fresh water
Ice Pack Freezing Facilities
Electrical Points for Campervans/Caravans at all hard standings
Tourist Information on all local amenities
Maps & local knowledge of cycles, walks and things to do
New Private Playground
Pre-booking of pitches available
Credit Cards Accepted
Shop (camping gas cylinders on sale) 50 metres
Within walking distance of Park – coffee shop, hotel & bar, gallery, restaurant, church
Dogs are welcome
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Hire a Camper to explore County Mayo
A perfect way to visit County Mayo is in a motorhome. Why not hire a motorhome from Great Escape Camper Hire and explore Mayo for yourself? You can check availability and rates to hire a camper or motorhome in County Mayo here.
Renting a camper is a wonderful way to tour around Mayo (and the rest of Ireland!) and take in the sights at your own pace - and remember, be it with friends, family or as a couple, there's no holiday like a holiday in a cosy camper!