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Great Caravan & Camping Parks where you can bring your dog

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Camping and caravanning holidays are great because they are one of the few options that allow you to take your dog on holiday. Our pets are part of the family.  We all know how difficult it is to leave your dog behind when you are setting off on your holidays and the hassle and expense of getting them into kennels.

For the enthusiastic dog owner, the possibilities for walks are endless in Ireland – although remember to keep your dog on a leash at all times as sheep can pop up out of the most unlikely places!

Don’t forget to check campsites pet policy before you travel to your destination. Not every Caravan & Camping park will allow dogs.  Here is a list of sites that do allow dogs.  Some sites have restriction on the number and breed of dogs allowed on the site and some may charge a small fee to bring your dog.

 

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Camping Ireland sites that allow dogs

Co. Clare

Corofin Village

Green Acres Caravan & Camping

Lakeside Holiday Park

Nagle's Camping & Caravan Park

O'Connor's Riverside Caravan & Camping Park

 

Co. Cork

Blarney Caravan & Camping Park

Clonvilla Caravan & Camping Park

Desert House Caravan & Camping Park

Glengarriff Caravan & Camping Park

Hungry Hill Lodge & Campsite

Jasmine Villa

Sexton's Caravan & Camping Park

The Hideaway

The Meadow

Top of the Rock Pod Páirc

 

Co. Donegal

Boortree Touring

Casey's Caravan Site

Knockalla Caravan Park

Rosguill Holiday Park

 

Dublin

Camac Valley Tourist Caravan & Camping Park

 

Co. Galway

Clifden Campsite & Caravan Park

Clifden Eco Beach Camping & Caravanning Park

Salthill Caravan & Camping Park

Páirc Saoire an Spidéil

 

Co. Kerry

Anchor Caravan Park

Beech Grove Caravan & Camping Park

Campail Teach an Aragail

Donoghue's White Villa Farm

Fleming's White Bridge Caravan & Camping

Fossa Caravan & Camping Park

Glenross Caravan & Camping Park

Killarney Flesk Caravan & Camping Park

Mannix Point

Sir Rogers Caravan Park

Valentia Island Caravan & Camping

Wave Crest

Woodlands Park

 

Co. Kilkenny

Nore Valley Park

Tree Grove

 

Co. Leitrim

Battlebridge Caravan & Camping Park

Lough Rynn

 

Co. Limerick

Adare Camping & Caravan Park

Curraghchase Caravan & Camp Site

 

Co. Louth

Gyles Quay Caravan Park

 

Co. Mayo

Achill Seal Caves Caravan & Camping

Belleek Park Caravan & Camping

Carra Caravan & Camping Park

Carrowkeel Camping & Caravan Park

Cong Camping & Caravan Park

Keel Sandybanks Caravan & Camping Park

Knock Caravan & Camping Park

 

Co. Meath

Loughcrew Megalithic Centre

 

Co. Roscommon

Galey Bay Caravan & Camping Park

Lough Key Forest & Activity Park

 

Co. Tipperary

Ballinacourty House Caravan & Camping Park

Glen of Aherlow Caravan & Camping Park

Parson's Green

Streamstown Caravan & Camping

 

Co. Sligo

Lough Arrow Touring Park (Adult only)

Rosses Point Caravan Park

Strandhill Caravan & Camping Park

 

Co. Waterford

Bayview Holiday Park

Casey's Caravan & Camping Park

Newtown Cove Caravan & Camping

 

Co. Westmeath

Lough Ree (East) Caravan & Camping

 

Co. Wexford

Duncannon Beach Holiday Park

Ferrybank

IOAC

The Trading Post

 

Co. Wicklow

Moat Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Hidden Valley Resort

River Valley Caravan Park

Roundwood Caravan & Camping Park

 

Northern Ireland

 

Co. Antrim

Ballyness Caravan Park

Dundonald Touring Caravan Park

 

Co. Armagh

Clare Glen Caravan Park

 

Co. Down

Annalong Holiday Park

Chestnutt Holiday Park

Kilbroney Park

Sandilands Holiday Park

 

Co. Fermanagh

Blaney Caravan Park

Riverside Farm Marina & Caravan Park

Rushin House

 

 

 

If you are travelling from overseas your dog or cat must have a Pet Passport.  If your pet does not have an EU pet passport (GB pet passports are no longer allowed, but NI pet passports are), you must have a health certificate issued by UK authorities.  For more information click https://www.gov.ie/en/service/28ae66-pet-travel/

To ensure your pet’s comfort and safety, don’t forget to pack their water bowl, safety harness, bed, toys, treats, medical records.  Here is a handy checklist:

Checklist for packing for your Dog

 

Food                                                                         Lead                                     

Water                                                                        Collar or harness             

Bowls                                                                        Tag with ID                         

Poo Bags                                                                   Treats                                  

Pet Passport (if travelling from overseas)            

 

Don’t forget to start looking at where you are going to camp.  There are over 100 quality approved caravan & camping parks throughout Ireland and most allow you to bring your dog.  Sites offer top class facilities with many onsite amenities.  There is a variety of sites around Ireland.  Maybe you are looking for a quiet site where you can pitch up and use the site as a base for travelling around.  Maybe you want a site where there is a playground for your kids or even sites where there are a host of onsite activities for all the family to enjoy.  Whatever you want Camping Ireland has something for everyone.

 

For information on these sites, the facilities they offer and other information log onto our website Camping Ireland  Enjoy the independence and flexibility that camping in Ireland can offer in quality approved sites.  We look forward to welcoming you to outdoor living. 

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