Blaney Caravan Park Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, BT93 7ER (Location map)
17th March to 23rd October
The park lies where the hills and forests come down to meet near the lakes and islands of the Erne Waterway. Combined with traditional farming landscapes, Blaney make an idyllic panorama for a country holiday. Our park has all the amenities on site, within easy reach of abundant fishing waters and beautiful lakes.
Landscaped into beautiful unspoilt countryside at Lower Lough Erne, located just 8 miles from the historic town of Enniskillen (off the main A46 road to Belleek and just 30 minutes from Donegal and the Atlantic), it lies where the hills and forests come down to the lakes and Islands of the Erne Waterway, combined with traditional farming landscapes make an idyllic panorama for a country holiday.
We are central to all the rural activities and the outstanding beauty of Fermanagh, and its surrounding counties of Donegal and Tyrone.
The Marble Arch Caves were highly commended in the "Showcaves Of the Year 2000," notably for the quality of the cave tour and it’s excellent visitor facilities. Also Game of Thrones cave 10 minute drive from site.
Lough Navar forest drive and castles within 10 miles.
4 miles from Castle Hume and Lough Erne Golf Resort.
Walk the Ely and Navar Forests.
Cycle on remote roadways through farm land, bogland and wilderness. It is ideally situated for exploring the lakes, forest parks and other tourist attractions in Fermanagh.
Castles and Game Of Throne caves within 10 miles from site.
Enniskillen town 8 miles from site.
Lough Erne golf resort 4 miles from caravan park.
Beach only 30 minute drive from site.
Based on 3 review(s)
Down 03 May 2012
I've been looking for somewhere to stay in Fermanagh over the June bank holiday weekend and would love to visit this caravan park but have emailed them 3 times now to try and make a booking and have yet to get a response!!
Antrim 15 Apr 2007
A great wee site ideally placed between Enniskillen & Ballyshannon. If the latter is a bit too far,then Blaney ( a 2 hour drive from Belfast ) is worth consideration. Friendliness & attentiveness of the family who own the site was first class....the site is about to undergo an upgrade in both facilities and Electric supply..so will get better.
antrim 03 Jun 2006
My Husband and myself had a very peaceful weekend at Blaney. The facilities were so good, clean and I have not seen such a tidy and well landscaped caravan park. It is small and you are surrounded by the lovely county Fermanagh. The owner of the campsite is very friendly and helpful. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Charanjit McKeown