Camping in Ireland: Morriscastle and Mannix Point

Ireland is an island located in the North Atlantic. This place has lots of relatively low-lying mountains surrounding a central plain with several rivers extending inland. There are also thick woodlands covered but are slowly disappearing. The island consists of varied geological provinces. Ireland has many locations to camp and enjoy a great outdoor activity.

On this article, Morriscastle and Mannix Point is featured:

  1. Morriscastle Strand Holiday Park, Co. Wexford

Morriscastle is great way to start of your camping experience especially this site is located beside the 20km long blue flag beach. You and your family can enjoy on this park. There are many facilities to enjoy here. Like there are well-maintained toilets and shower blocks, recreation facilities like Astro football pitch, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, and game rooms. They also have laundry services, a Wi-Fi hotspot which some people can’t live with, a café, shop, take-away, and of course a tourist information center to be guided. This park essentially needs to be pre-booked so you have to reserve ahead of time. Open fires are not allowed in the area and commercial vehicles as well. They are quite strict but provide good services.

  1. Mannix Point Camping and Caravan Park

Facing to the beautiful island of Valentia, this place has a great location that would make your stay worthwhile. There are so many wonderful vies in several directions that are quite picturesque. Also there are several amazing flowers, shrubs, trees that adds more beauty to the location. According to TripAdvisor, many have rated the place excellent. There are lots of facilities to use here. Also there’s a camper’s kitchen with cookers and utensils. There are also picnic garden with barbecue. What more do you need? There are also turf fire in the evenings at the camper’s sitting room and music sessions are done. Regarding the location, there are lots of pubs, restaurants, galleries, traditional music and dancing just 15 minutes’ walk away. This place is totally worth the visit.


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