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 O'Connors Riverside Camping

Doolin Village, Co Clare

Opening Dates-

  • Opens the 15th March
  • Closes the 15th October

Description   

Centrally located in the village of Doolin on an unique setting over looking the Aille River. Riverside Camping is a small, friendly, family run park constructed within our farm grounds, to the highest hygiene standards. It is well sheltered and personally supervised. The site is within walking distance from all our Pubs and shops.

Facilities include;  Toilets, Showers, Kitchen, laundry, Games Room, Hardstands with electric hook up.

Attractions in the area include; Trips to Aran Islands, Coastal walks, pot holing, Doolin Cave (the great stalactite) Ailwee Cave, Pitch & Putt, pony Trekking, sea and lake Fishing, Moher Hill Pet Farm and bicycle Hire.

Directions

By plane from Shannon Airport: About an hour’s drive to the north -> N18 -> N85 -> N67
By car ferry from Cork: Go to Shannon and follow the roads as above
From Dublin: Go to Shannon and follow the roads as above
By train from Dublin: Take the train to Galway or Ennis and then transfer to bus 423 from Galway or bus 337 from Ennis

From Lisdoonvarna go towards Cliffs of Moher (N67). At Filling Station turn right for Doolin. (2km)
When you reach the main cross-roads which is the centre of Doolin, (Hotel Doolin is on your right hand side) go straight.
We are situated over the Aille River Bridge on the left hand side.

GPS:  N53.0164  W9.3787

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Camping Park Overview

Campsite Details

O’Connor’s Riverside Caravan & Camping Park, Doolin Village, Co Clare 

Contact No: 353 65 707 4498
                  065 707 4314

Contact Name: Joan O'Connor

Website Address:

www.campingdoolin.com

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Campsite Facilities

10 caravan sites20 tent sites 35 motorhome sitesdishwashingshowergamesroomwifi

Local Attractions

boatinghikinghorseridingentertainmentbeachmusicswimmingsurfinggolfpitchputt

Pitch rates

Pitch Rates
Hiker/Cyclist p.p from €9 to €10
Unit plus 2 Adults from €15 to €19
Unit plus 2 adults plus 2 children from €20 to €25
Hot Showers €1
Electric Hook Up €4
Extra Child €3
Extra Adult €6

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Special Facilities/Special Offers/Reviews

Special Offers

Stay 2 nights midweek and get the third night free. March, April May June & September.
7 Nights for the price of 6


About Doolin

Doolin is a charming small seaside village on the northwest coast of County Clare in Irelands Shannon Region. Set against the rugged Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by the spectacular bare limestone landscape of the Burren, Doolin is a place of breathtaking beauty. Doolin is situated 8km from the famous cliffs of Moher, 6km from Lisdoonvarna spa town, 50km from Shannon Airport and 70km from Galway City on the west coast of Ireland.

Traditionally a fishing village, Doolin is now renowned world-wide as the traditional music capital of Ireland. One of Doolin’s most famous sons was Micho Russell, a world-reknown whistle player. His contribution to Irish music is celebrated with a weekend of traditional music every February.

Home to thousands of international visitors each year, Doolin is many things to many people. For some it is a place to experience rousing music sessions nightly in the pub and for others it is a place of solitude and tranquility where one can refresh their spirits away from the everyday hustle and bustle of life.

Doolin restaurants offer fine foods with local seafood a specialty. Our world famous pubs feature traditional music sessions nightly and also serve tasty pub food. There is a varied and interesting range of shops with items to suit all tastes and budgets.

Why not come and enjoy the charms of this small Irish seaside village rooted in heritage and culture yet possessing an international ambience. You will be assured a warm welcome with top quality service and a friendly smile. We guarantee you wish you discovered it sooner and will not want to leave Doolin County Clare.


Things to Do

The region around Doolin offers a wide variety of activities for all tastes,

For the walking enthusiasts, the Burren is a unique limestone region of approximately 300 square kilometres. It is a paradise for botanical and geological excursions as well as archaeologists or cavers. The Burren is famous for the wildflowers, the ring forts and places of archaeological interest. You can find abandoned villages and walk on green roads for miles without ever seeing a car.

You can take a ferry and visit the Aran Islands . After only 30 minutes by boat you enter the world of the mystical old Ireland.  The Ferry leaves several times daily from Doolin Pier. You can walk to the Cliffs of Moher (7km) or go on a cruise, the boats leave from Doolin Pier.

Doolin Cave (Poll an Ionain) is open to the public and you can see there one of the longest free hanging stalactite in the world at 7 metres. Ailwee Cave is 20 minutes drive from Doolin, it also hosts Burren Birds of Pray and Education Centre, its Ireland’s Premier Show Cave.

Traditional Music,  Doolin is know as the traditional capital of Ireland.

One can be guaranteed a great night of ceol agus craic in all of our pubs every night throughout the Summer and at weekends during the Winter.

We have a memorial festival every year the last weekend of February to honour our past and present musicians, “The Russell Memorial Weekend” it came about with the death of  Micho Russell in 1994, he and his two  Brothers Packie and Gussie  made Doolin famous with their traditional music.

 

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