Lough Ramor Caravan and Camping Park is a beautiful caravan park found on the south western shore of Lough Ramor, which is one of Ireland’s most popular and beautiful lakes.
The park has pitches suitable for motorhomes, touring caravans and tents, with several hardstanding pitches available with electric hook-ups. The camping area at Lough Ramor is generously sized and clever landscaping ensures a degree of privacy for all guests during their stay. Additional facilities available at this campsite in Ireland include an amenities block with showers, WCs and basins, plus there are fresh water points. Guests can also access a lovely picnic area overlooking the lake.
In addition, there is a designated swimming area on the lake itself. The calm waters of Lough Ramor mean it is an accessible and safe place to swim. Many guests enjoy swimming out to one of the 32 small islands that are found on the lake. Both rowing boats and motor boats are available for hire from the caravan park at a reasonable fee, and can be used away from the swimmers on the lake. Boat hire at Lough Ramor is ideal whether guests are looking to have a relaxing day on the water, explore the islands of the lake, or even if you want to enjoy a spot of fishing. Keen anglers can also cast off from various spots around the lake without needing to use a boat.
When you've had your fun on Lough Ramor, there are plenty of options nearby for recharging your batteries. There are lots of pubs, restaurants and shops close to the park, enabling guests to pick up something to eat and drink as well as to stock up on groceries and other camping holiday essentials.
On your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays in Ireland, there is so much to do. This region is notable for its rich heritage and strong sense of culture, and you have the opportunity to explore this fully while staying at Lough Ramor Caravan and Camping Park.
Newgrange is an intriguing prehistoric monument dating back to 3200BC. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Brú na Bóinne, it is a wonderful place to visit and explore, with guided tours operating regularly, and is one of the most significant historic sites in all of Europe. The age of Newgrange means it pre-dates more famous sites such as the Egyptian Pyramids and England’s Stonehenge. The Hill of Tara is another notable historic site, which is found close to Brú na Bóinne, and guests often fit a visit to both into a single day out.
Other attractions in the local area that guests are encouraged to discover include St Kilian’s Heritage Centre, the Cavan County Museum and the town of Kells. Kells has a monastery and abbey, as well as being a quaint town worth dedicating a day to exploring. There is also Lough Crew, a passage tomb cemetery of similar appearance and significance to Brú na Bóinne, with many guests visiting both to get an idea of the similarities and differences between the two sites.
This part of Ireland is also ideal for outdoor adventurers, with walking, cycling and horse riding opportunities all around. You won't be short of things to do on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Ireland.
picnic area with benches
access to islands on the lake
generator power point
Cavan County Museum
St. Killian's Heritage Centre, Mullagh, Co. Cavan
Kilinkere Visitor Farm
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