Strandhill Caravan and Camping Park

Address: Strandhill, Sligo, County Sligo, Ireland | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on Strandhill, Sligo, is near Knocknarea, Enniscrone Golf Club, Coney Island, and County Sligo Golf Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsStrandhill Caravan and Camping Park Sligo

    Reviewed by 2totango

    by the sea

    Reviewed Jul 12, 2009
    by (24 reviews) varies... , Canada Flag of Canada

    Loved staying in this campground. All the sites were nestled in little dunes which helped to protect from the wind. Beautiful to be by the sea!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Strandhill Caravan and Camping Park Sligo

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Sligo

    Donegal & Sligo - Ireland's Quiet Northwest

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 07, 2015

    28 photos

    ... surname in County
    Donegal, one of the two counties of Ulster province that’s part of the Republic
    rather than the U.K.

    Sligo is county in northwestern Ireland known best for being
    the land of Nobel Prize winning writer William Butler Yeats. I had not planned
    any stops in the area on our rather long drive from Derry to Mayo, but a fellow
    Dragoman truck traveler saw from my Facebook posts that I was in ...

    Burial Sites and Soaring Cliffs

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 30, 2015

    4 photos

    ... of Lough Gill - a freshwater lake nestled between steep-sided rocky mountains. We stopped to inspect the outside of an old, deserted castle built right on the edge of the lake. It would seem that planning regulations were fairly relaxed when the castle was constructed and you could build wherever you wanted. Lakeside property would be worth a fortune these days, just to have unfettered access to the lake. Parke's Castle was first built in the fifteenth century for ...

    Fjords and Peat Bogs

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 29, 2015

    5 photos

    ... the park. Time was against us to explore the park so we continued on our way - maybe another time. We drove through glacial valleys which were surrounded by towering, treeless, rocky mountains. Glacial lakes were in abundance as water seems to be permanently on the move in Ireland. If it isn't falling from the skies it is seeping through peat bogs or cascading down mountains and hills as it builds in size on its journey to the sea. Lunch was ...

    Cruising the Wild Atlantic Way

    A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Jul 16, 2015

    5 photos

    ... which is home to the largest Atlantic fishing fleet in Ireland. The town is nestled along the shoreline about 30 miles west of Donegal. Lots of wind and rain. As such, didn't get much of a chance to see the town. Did walk down to the waterfront (only 1/2 block from the B&B) and found a nice pub.

    Tomorrow we head further south.
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    Doolin to Clifden to Sligo (with lots of stops)

    A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Jul 09, 2015

    43 photos

    ... black and eyes were blue) for a photo. We got to Clifden and the weather was still miserable, so we went to a pub and got some of our lodgings for the next few night sorted out on the internet. No thoughts of even looking for the beach. The next morning, the weather was much ...