County Roscommon Caravan and Camping Parks
Caravan & Camping Park
May - September
No.of pitches: 72
Key Forest Park.
in the breathtaking surroundings of the 800 acre Lough
Key Resort, on the shores of Lough Key on the
River Shannon. This superbly landscaped site is an
ideal holiday location. There are many activities
to enjoy on site, miles of forest walks and trails,
spectacular flora and fauna including the beautiful
Bog Gardens, make a wish on the Wishing Chair, climb
to the top of the Moylurg Tower via the only Tree-Top
Walk in Ireland, Challenge yourself in the Boda Burg
and adventure playground, cross the Fairy Bridge,
visit Ring Forts and Castles. Take the 1hr cruise
around the lake and enjoy the beauty, tranquillity
and history of Lough Key with commentary including
the Legend of Una Bhan and the colourful legacy of
Trinity Church and Castle Islands told by the local
guide on the enclosed cruise boat or hire a boat and
explore the islands of Lough Key at your leisure.
Keel Scout Camp
Lough Key Forest Park
Open: from 22nd March 2013
Lough Keel Scout Campsite is situated 5 km from Boyle
town and 10 km from Carrick-on-Shannon just off the
N4 Dublin - Sligo route, adjacent to the renowned
Lough Key Forest Park.
4-acre site, which can accommodate up to 250 campers.The
Services Block has ladies and gents toilets and individual
private hot showers.Lights and water taps are located
the complete length of the camping area. A designated
campfire circle is available. Available from March
to end of year to all Scouts, Guides and Youth Groups,
both National and International.
Caravan & Camping Park
No.of pitches: 29
How to get there:Take the R293 from Ballagderreen
towards Castlerea, take R325 over bridge baring to the
left, continue for 1 mile. Take right turn at signpost
and continue for approx 500 metres.
Willowbrook offers a warm and friendly, family run
Caravan and Camping Park set in the Lung Valley which
has much to offer the tourist, an unspoiled and beautiful
landscape ideal for a relaxing and leisurely holiday.
Local sporting activities include walking, archery,
coarse fishing, tennis courts and a 9 hole golf course.
Local attractions and places of interest are Knock International
Shrine, Strokestown National famine museum and gardens,
Urlar Abbey, Clonalis House in Castlerea and the Dr.
Douglas Hyde Interpretative Centre in Frenchpark.
The area is also rich in archaeological remains and
has an interesting historical heritage. For those wishing
to walk we are ideally suited for all types of Walking
with the Curlieus and Ox mountains nearby, and central
to Connemara, Co. Mayo, Sligo and South Donegal for
hill walking, sight seeing and touring.
2013 Prices: €10 adult €3 Child €15
Single Motor Home
& Camping Park
Open: June - End of August
No.of pitches: 34
Area: 2 Acres
3 miles from Athlone off the Roscommon road (N61): on
the shores of Lough Ree in the centre of Ireland with
boating, fishing, swimming available. Hotel, Marina
and 18 hole golf course 500 meters away. Nearby Athlone
with 12th century castle and museum; regular cruiser
trips on the lake. 15 miles from monastic site at Clonmacnoise.
Recommended by ADAC, international camping wijzer, caravan
club leine-weser, camping and caravaning club of Great
Britiain, Alan Roger's good camp guide, anglers/golf
guide, A.A., A.N.W.B., NEDCAMP.
Bay Caravan & Camping Park
Open:April - end of September
No.of pitches: 26
family-run self contained holiday park on the shores
of Lough Rea where truly peaceful waters flow. Located
in an area steeped in culture and heritage and suitable
for sailing, fishing and water sports. Personally supervised
and high standard with hot showers, camper's kitchen,
TV and games room. Laundry facilities, pitch and putt
course, boat hire and fishing tackle for sale or hire.