Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park

Castlebar, Mayo

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A well designed campsite in the heart of Co. Mayo, with high standards of hygiene. Ideally located for walking, cycling, (salmon)-fishing and touring. The Clubhouse on the site with open fire and live-entertainment (in high season) offers an ideal opportunity to meet other campers.

Open from:
30th March to 1st October (approx.)

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), 31 Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, 1 Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Take away food, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Bar, Restaurant, Club house

- games room
- ice pack freezing facilities
- TV room
- RVs accepted


Accomodations:
58 Touring pitches, 32 Motorhome pitches, 26 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Swimming (Indoor), Games Room, TV Room, Gym, Leisure Centre

Must see attractions in the area include the Museum for Country life, Knock Shrine, Achill Island and Connemara

10 Pin bowling; 5 Screen Cinema; Children's adventure land; Health spa all within 10km.


Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park (www)

Ballyvary
Mayo
Republic of Ireland
F23 NX74
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Reviews

Overall rating

3.0 stars

Based on 4 review(s)

5.0 stars

Very nice quiet site. Freindly owners and we met several campers/caravaners on the site who gave us some tips on what to see in the area. The nearest shop is in Balyvary which is about 1.5 miles from the campsite and it is possible to walk there but you have to cross a buisy road. The shop on the campsite is small but seemed to have whatever we needed!(icecream/beer)

Property manager response (31 Jul 2017)

thank you for your review and we are please to know that you enjoyed your stay at Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park. We hope you'll visit us again in the future.

derry city

1.0 stars

i think this campsite looks good on the website, but was a dissapointment in reality. Nothing to do for kids apart from a small park.
Parents beware that there is a fast flowing river around the site, and although this might have changed now, there was no fence around it. Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park, County Mayo, Ireland

N.Ireland

4.0 stars

We had three wonderful days here.Alex and Rob very friendly.Well kept park,park supervised without the feeling some-one breathing down your neck We had a very relaxing time and would recomend this park to anyone.Can't wait to go back again.

Norhern Ireland

1.0 stars

We stayed in this site for 1 night in July 2009. The welcome was less than friendly the man at the desk appered stressed and had little time for me. The tolets and showers were clean and old. No soap in the toilets! which really annoys me! The shower only worked if you held in the button, which sounds ok till you need to rince your hair then its a pain. The site is very small so we were all parked a bit close to each other.
We didn't go into the Club house because it appeared that no one else was going either. The guy from the desk changed from his t-shirt to a shirt and then closed the reception and worked in the club house in the evening. I asked about using a washing machine but he woudn't let me use it he said you had to let them do it!...not a good thing if you don't want strangers looking at your dirty undies! 10 euro for 1 wash and dry.
We were glad to move on from this site and will not be using it again. also it is in the middle of no where.
Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park, Catlebar, Mayo, Ireland

Guestbook reviews

One of Ireland little secrets ?We visited this campsite in September for the first time and I am sorry we have not been before a lovely site run by Alex and Rob very welcoming and friendly very reasonably price and lovely free hot showers nice little clubhouse if you want a meal and a drink at night or a takeaway hope to visit again next year
Catherine & John

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Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park

I found it to be a lovely friendly and reasonably priced campsite. It is not overcrowded with pitches, and has a lot of space. The owner is very helpful and creates a nice relaxed atmosphere. A convenient little shop in reception stocks all the basics. The clubhouse on site is in the style of an old pub, with food and drink and a nice easygoing feel to the place. The showers are free and with no stinting on hot water. Altogether, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there.

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Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park

We stayed here for a week. It ticked all the boxes for us: hot showers (free), very quiet, and a clubhouse for those cold evenings. They also serve simple but good food in the clubhouse and there was a very nice evening on Saturday with traditional music. The owner also makes a very good Irish Coffee. Highly recommended!

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Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park

myself and my wife are always made welcome .the site is always tidy and clean.its great the have a clubhouse restaurant apart from getting delicious food you get to meet new campers.well i must say there is no other caravan park to touch carrowkeel.so i would like to give a big thank you to alex and rob hope to call next year william and margaret

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Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park