Camping Parks in Armagh:

County Armagh has some beautiful landscapes to be found there, as well as the architecture found in many of its towns and houses of a significance that history buffs can appreciate. The Catholic Cathedral of St Patrick is in the Gothic style. The Anglican cathedral ,also called St Patrick's, is much older than its Catholic counterpart, being restored in 1765 and holds some statuary worthy of a visit. The County Museum is home to a number of artifacts. West of Armagh town is Navan Hill fort, from where Ulster kings ruled for a millennium. South of Armagh, you will learn of many legends and myths associated with the fort from the Ti Chulainn Centre in Mullaghbane. The Oxford Island Lough Neagh Discovery Centre in the far north of County Armagh is home to a well of knowledge about the largest lake in the British Isles. Bird watching is actively encouraged.

Chestnutt Holiday Park

Address:3 Grange Road, Cranfield, Kilkeel, Co. Down
Contact :Richard Chestnutt
Phone:028 417 62653
Number of Pitches:43
Open :Easter - September

Your Holiday Starts Right here! Enjoy the freedom of knowing that during the 2013 season, your ideal holiday is always only a drive away, ready to help you forget your worries and stresses. Imagine spacious mobile homes fitted with all the modern comforts. No airports, no delayed flights and no surprises just some of the most picturesque caravan parks that Ireland has to offer.

We are a family run business with a long term commitment to our customers and preserving the personal experience that makes us one of the friendliest caravan parks in Northern Ireland. Set against a background of stunning mountains and coastline there are always exciting activities to do and places to explore, which is why generation after generation return to build more happy memories at Chestnutt Holiday Parks.

Kilbroney Park

Address:Shore Road
Rostrevor BT34 3AA
Contact :Denise Cronin
Phone:028 41738134
Number of Pitches:52
Size:97 Hectares
Open :1st March - 4th November

Kilbroney park is a four star touring caravan and camping site, discreetly located in a landscaped area of the park, looking over Carlingford Lough. Adjacent to the park is the 1,700 hectare Rostrevor Forest which links Kilbroney to Slieve Martin and the Mourne Mountains.

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