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Welcome to Go Camping NI

Go Camping NI is a simple and easy to use website which allows caravanners and campers to plan and book their next holiday, all from one website. Go Camping NI features many of Northern Irelands best caravan and camping parks.

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Northern Ireland - Perfect for Camping and Caravanning Holidays!

If you haven't yet taken the time out to holiday in Northern Ireland, you are missing out! From May to September, while the sun is shining, is the perfect time to explore Northern Ireland in all its beauty. Northern Ireland lends itself perfectly for caravanning and camping holidays as driving distances are short, attractions are never far from one another and stunning views can be enjoyed at every turn. Made up of 6 counties, all with their own differential characteristics, you can experience the culture, learn the history, explore the natural beauty and cherish the memories. Caravanning & camping gives you the freedom to roam, to follow the road less travelled and to stop and enjoy the landscapes at leisure. There are many options when planning your holiday, GoCampingNI.com features campsites on the coast, in the middle of the countryside, with lake or mountain views and also those close to city centres.

Glamping: A new fad, that's here to stay!

It is merely our basic instinct to enjoy natural rural surroundings, to breath fresh air and to absorb the beauty of nature. However as Western society continues to spoil us, compelling us to seek indulgence, comfort and luxury, our nomadic traditions are fading. A first time camping experience often becomes the last, with either unpleasant weather or an uncomfortable sleepless night taking the blame. Letting our demands for comfort and luxury forbid us from experiencing the wonders of nature. Over recent years the perfect compromise has exploded throughout the camping world, allowing us to reap the benefits of camping, but with the added comfort and luxury we have become accustomed to.

Upcoming Events

Belfast City Marathon

1st May 2017

Over 17,500 runners regularly to take part in the Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon. Read More.

 

Campsites in Northen Ireland

Sandycove Holiday Park

Ballywalter, County Down

Situated between coastal villages of Ballywalter and Millise, Sandycove Holiday Park boasts its own private sandy beach with breath taking views over the Irish Sea. The Newtownards Peninsula is overflowing with activities and places to visit, making Sandycove the perfect base to explore. Read More.

 

Juniper Hill Caravan Park

Juniper Hill Caravan Park is located just a short 20min walk from the seaside town of Portstewart on Northern Ireland's Causeway Coast. Read More.

 

Cushendun Caravan Park

Cushendun, County Antrim

Situated in an attractive woodland location just a short stroll from the coast, Cushendun Caravan Park offers visitors a superb base to explore the beautiful area. The park is just 5 minutes walk from the village centre. Read More.

 

Cushendall Caravan Park

Cushendall, County Antrim

Cushendall Caravan Park is situated on the stunning Antrim coastline, with unspoilt views across the North Channel to the Mull of Kintyre. The Park welcomes those with touring caravans and motorhomes, as well as campers wanting to stay in the stylish Glamping Cabins which are available to hire. Read More.

Local Attractions

Crom Castle

Victorian Castle built in 1820 on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in County Fermanagh. Read More.

 

Devenish Island

Take a ferry to Devenish Island and visit the ruins of a monastic site which dates back to the 6th century. Read More.

 

Dungiven Castle Park

Enjoy the splendour of this 18th century castle,with public access to its 22 acre gardens. Read More.

 

Dunluce Castle

Now a ruined medieval castle, Dunluce Castle dates back to the 13th Century. Perched on the cliff top, Dunluce has lost entire rooms due to erosion to the cliff below. The Castle is in the care of the NIEA and is open daily to the public. Read More.