Camping Parks Galway

Galway is the largest county in Connaught. Picturesque and lively, with a wonderful avant-garde culture and a fascinating mixture of locally owned speciality shops, often featuring locally made crafts. One of Europe's most vibrant and popular cities, Galway has it all from the world famous Claddagh ring to the wonders of Galway bay.

Connemara Camping and caravan park

Address: Lettergesh, Renvyle
Town: Connemara
Co Galway
Contact: Willie Laffey
Phone:9543406 / 872265616
Number of Pitches:36
Size:2 Hectares
Open :1 May - 30 Sept

Within 5km (3 miles): salmon/seatrout/sea angling, mountain climbing, windsurfing, canoeing, diving, golf, horse riding. Restaurant, pubs, shop, post office, launderette, mobile bank, Irish traditional music. National Park and Adventure Centre close by, also hostel. Dolphins often seen from site. Sandy beaches. Diving Centre close by.
Salthill Caravan Park
Town:Galway City
Contact :Sean O'Malley
Phone:091 523972 / 086 8175551
Number of Pitches:70
Size:8 Hectares
Open :22 March - 28 September

A family run park offering a warm welcome and we strive to maintain a good standard of cleanliness and service to our customers. We have extensive knowledge of Connemara and local areas. The park is an ideal base for touring Connemara. The site is situated on the shores of Galway Bay and with stunning views of the Burren and the Clare Hills.
The park is situated 2.5kms outside Galway city with a bus service to the city centre every 35 minutes from the park. There is a fishing available close by and sea angling. Salthill village is less than 1km from the park with extensive quality restaurants with a good choice of cuisine to everyone taste. Not to be missed is O'Connor's famous pub with an unique atmosphere .Our facilities include H&C water, showers, children's playroom, slide for kids, laundry room, eating area undercover for campers. Salthill beach has the Blue Flag award and is safe for bathers also it has a diving tower. There is an adventure centre close by with water sports, also there is horse riding available nearby.
Commercial vehicles are not permitted. No commercial traders permitted.

Shanaheever Clifden Camping and Caravan Park

Address: Clifden
Co Galway:
Contact : Phone: +353 (0)95-22150
Number of Pitches: 42 pitches
Size: 0.9 hectares
Open : 12th April to 30th September

At Shanaheever Clifden Camping and Caravan Park we pride ourselves on our traditional family style approach in welcoming visitors old and new to the park.Here, you can enjoy the peace and tranquility of Connemara while being within easy reach of the bustling town of Clifden. Shanaheever Clifden campsite is the perfect base for touring Connemara. Nestled in the peaceful valley at the foot of the Twelve Ben Mountains, giving our guests views of the Connemara landscape bathed in the ever changing colours so special to the area.We cater for tents, caravans and motor homes. Our extensive on-site facilities include hot showers (included in price), laundry service (iron and ironing board also available), small grocery shop with fresh bread and croissants available in the summer months, games room with television and pool table and covered dining area. Tenants are also welcome to use their own barbecue's and dogs are allowed on the site
Renvyle Beach Caravan Park
Address: Tullybeg, Renvyle,
Co Galway:
Contact : Pauline & Michael Mortimer
Phone; 353 (0)95 43462
Number of Pitches:
Open : : Easter to 30 September

Renvyle Beach Caravan and Camping Park is situated in the beautiful setting of Connemara, County Gallway in the Ireland.

The campsite lies on the edge of the Atlantic Coast, overlooking the Twelve Bens, on one of the most scenic beaches to be found on the west coast of Connemara.

Dolphins pass by site on a regular basis.

It is approximately sixty miles from Galway City, following the main Oughterard road.

We are within easy access of all major tourist routes, including Shannon, Dublin, Donegal and the East Coast.

Carraroe Caravan & Camping Site

Co. Galway
Phone: (091) 595266


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