Boortree Touring | Camping Ireland

Boortree Touring

Rossnowlagh, Donegal


Re-Opening 29th June 2020

Please Note the following Covid-19 restrictions are in place and will remain for the 2020 season.


·       Our facility building (toilet & showers) will remain CLOSED

·       You must be self sufficient in your caravan/motorhome.

·       Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate tent bookings



The Boortree is a family run, purpose built touring site for motor homes, touring caravans and small tents. It is located just a short walk from Rossnowlagh Beach, one of the best known beaches on the Atlantic coast, hidden along the Wild Atlantic Way.

The Boortree has all essential facilities to ensure that visitors will enjoy their stay. Just a stroll up the beach are the local pubs & restaurant. 4.5km away is our local shop & tea rooms.

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Unit + 2 adults + 2 children



Unit + 2 adults



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Extra child


Extra Adult




Extra large tent


Leave the N17 at Ballyshannon or Ballintra and take the R231 towards Rossnowlagh for Wild Atlantic Way North & follow signs to campsite.

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Just a ramble down to the beach "We booked for one night on this site during our adventure along the Wild Atlantic Way. A small site with very good facilities, we were not disappointed. The beach was a five minute wander away and it was a wide beach, not rocky, like most of the western coast, and great for walking." Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple Room Tip: All pitches were good
Gem "Go here all the time as we really love this area of Ireland. The proprietors John and Marie are very friendly and accommodating and the facilities are kept very clean. The beach is spectacular and one of Ireland's best surfing beaches, the eateries are excellent, with The Smugglers Creek, The Gasslight and our personal favourite at Creevy Pier all close by." Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family

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