Lough Ennell Caravan&Camping
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Lough Ennell Caravan and Camping Park is one of the premier holiday parks in Ireland, offering a range of touring pitches for tents and caravans, as well as a range of holiday homes that are available for hire. The park is open between April and September.
A sheltered location on the shores of Lough Ennell, the park is set in nearly 20 acres of mature woodland, picturesque, peaceful, and perfect for a relaxing break.
Everything you would expect to find at a holiday park is available at Lough Ennell, including a children’s play area, games room, restaurant, takeaway food facility and a well-stocked mini-supermarket.
Only one hour outside of Dublin, the Irish capital, Lough Ennell Caravan Park is perfect for heading into the city, exploring the best of central Ireland or, of course, simply kicking back and relaxing in the inspirational surroundings that are on offer at the site.
The Lough itself is famous across Europe as a fishing destination, and is well-stocked with trout for the keen fisherman who wants to spend his day trying to catch a bite. As well fishing, the clean and calm lake is also popular with swimmers and boat owners, while canoeing, windsurfing, and other water activities are also regularly seen.
If you are looking to stay in the nearby area rather than travelling into Dublin, you can make the most of the beautiful small towns of Mullingar and Tullamore, with facilities including leisure centres, cinemas, children’s activity centres and so much more.
A quiet location in itself, but with excellent transport links to the rest of Ireland, whether you are looking for countryside, towns, or even the coast of Ireland, Lough Ennell Caravan and Camping Park is an exceptional place where you can get away from it all surrounded by some of the country’s most inspirational landscape.
and 2,3,4 Man/Woman Tents staying for 7 nights and paying in advance get the last night free.
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Electric hook-ups
- Sanitary block(s)
Extra Adult - 5 Euros
Extra Child - 3 Euros
Shower - 1 Euro
Awning - 3 Euros
Gazebo - 5 Euros
Boat & Trailer - 5 Euros
Motorbike & Tent - 10 Euros
Extra Car - 5 Euros
Contact us for weekly rates ....
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Belvedere house and gardens, World renowned Locks Distellery where you can taste the whiskey.
Hill of uisneach seat of the high kings of ireland
Boat Hire, Bicycle Hire, Horse Riding,
Bowling,Champingship golf, par 3 pitch and putt and Funfactory for kiddies are all close by.
Speedboats, Water Skiing, Windsurfing, Kitesurfing,Motorboat and Rowing Boats
all allowed on Lough Ennell Lake.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Boat launch
- Cycle hire
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Outdoor)
- Water Sports
- Games Room
- TV Room
Within walking distance of Lough Ennell Caravan Park is Belvedere House and Gardens. This magnificent, newly restored estate is set in the midst of 160 acres of parkland on the lake shore.
Attractions include extensive gardens, a splendid array of follies, The Historic Gardens, and the stunning surroundings of the park and lake setting. Activities such as discovery trails, guided walks, themed play areas and tram tours are available at the grounds and a visit is highly recommended.
A short drive from the caravan park, Locke's Distillery in Kilbeggan is the oldest licensed pot still distillery in the world. Locke's produced triple distilled whiskey for nearly 200 years.
Now open as a museum, guided tours follow the process from the grinding of the grain to the casking of the final product, with a complimentary sample of Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey at the end of the tour.
Steeped in ancient Irish History and folklore, the Hill of Uisneach, five miles west of Lough Ennell, offers fascinating stories of days gone by.
Uisneach is the sacred site of the ancient goddess, Eri, from which Ireland gets her name. The hill and surrounding land is regarded as the spiritual and physical centre of Ireland.
Lough Ennell Caravan&Camping ReviewsUp to overview
User rating: (1.5/5.0)
Went on a Bank Holiday weekend, very busy. Lots of drunken loud and offensive people around and my family did not get much sleep. We asked to be moved but there was no space.
This would be a lovely site if the owner intervened and asked people to be quiet a bit. However, he seems to be money mad and all the tents were crammed in like sardines. Toilets poor. Playground is a death trap.
Very peaceful, good sized pitch. The toilet shower block was very poor. In ladies there was no soap dispenser, the hand drier didn't work. Can't comment on the men's as I used my own facilities. Used the shower in my motorhome as didn't fancy the on site one. However enjoyed my stay and visit to Mullingar for a great evening out via taxi.
Lough Ennell Caravan&Camping, Mullingar, Westmeath, Ireland
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer
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