Camping Parks Westmeath

Westmeath is populated with many lakes and waterways as well as many abbeys and monasteries. The Strokestown House & Famine Museum is also worth a visit. With plenty to do and see and also with some great restaurants and local bars, you will be sure to return.

Lough Ree East Camping & Caravan Park

Town: Ballykeeran, Athlone
County Westmeath
Phone: 353 (0)90-6478561
Number of Pitches: 40
Size: 2 hectares
Open : from 1st April to 30th September
Number Pitches:, 60
Directions: Take the N55 off the N4 Athlone Bypass, head North for 3km and the park is situated behind village of Ballykerran.

This touring park is alongside the Breensford river, screened by trees but reaching the water's edge. The park is discreetly located behind Ballykeeran's main street. The top half of the site is in woodland and after the reception and sanitary block, Lough Ree comes into view and the remaining pitches run down to the shoreline. There are 60 pitches, most on hard standing and all with 6A electricity. With fishing right on the doorstep there are boats for hire locally and the site has its own private mooring buoys, plus a dinghy slip and harbour. A restaurant and 'singing' pub are close.

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