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Bundoran

By David Lonergan

Surfs up at Tullan Strand

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Tramore

By David Lonergan

The view from Tramore Camping Park in Donegal

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Strandhill camping Park

By David Lonergan

Mountain view from Strandhill Caravan Park

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Donegal Campsites

Donegal Campsites

Strandhill

By David Lonergan

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Star Of the Sea Caravan Park

Star Of the Sea Caravan Park

Donegal

Star of the Sea Caravan Park

By David Lonergan

Address: Star of the Sea Caravan & Camping Park Contact Phone: 087 2584821 Directions: Coast Road in Bundoran opposite the…

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Narin Caravan Park

Narin Caravan Park

Donegal

Narin

By David Lonergan

Address: Narin Caravan Park- Portnoo Contact Phone: 074 9545131 Email: Directions: This park is adjacent to Portnoo Golf Links  …

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Boyles Caravan & Camping Park

Boyles Caravan & Camping Park

Donegal

Sunshine in Narin

By David Lonergan

Address: Boyles Caravan & Camping Park Contact Phone: 086 8523131 Email: Directions: Take R261 off the N56 to Narin ,…

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Almost the end of the trip

By David Lonergan

The culprit leading to the broken roof

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Bunmahon wild camping spot

Bunmahon wild camping spot

nice beach views

By David Lonergan

Wild camping spot at West end os Bunmahon beach

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Bunmahon wild camping spot

Bunmahon wild camping spot

car park for wild camping

By David Lonergan

get here early for a good spot

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Inchadonney in West Cork

Inchadonney in West Cork

west Cork surfing

By David Lonergan

close to Clonakility

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Copper coast camping

Copper coast camping

Caseys Bayview Camping Park

By David Lonergan

Dungarvan camping

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sun set in Tramore

sun set in Tramore

fantastic Camping Park

By David Lonergan

what a view from my camper in Tramore Camping park

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Total Camping trip to Co Donegal - July 2013

Day 1- we set off late from Dublin & the plan was to drive as far as Rossnaulagh & wild camp for the night. We arrived around 10.30 & I did notice that there were plenty of campervans wild camping in the area….. far more than I would usually see in the spot. We wild camped in the car park which seems to be acceptable. There are toilets, water & a cold shower if you are feeling brave. After a early surf we had some breakfast & hit the road. The reason for the large amount of campers soon became apparent when we notices the hundreds of English flags on the country road … the annual Orange Order parade was just about to take place. Most people on the route gave us a few cheerful waves & we hit the road.

Day 2 – after a long drive to Burton Port (give your selves plenty of time, the distance on the map is deceiving) we took the campervan on the ferry over to Arranmore Island. We spent the day exploring & finished it off with a nice BBQ & a few pints. A young musician was playing ....Sean Gallagher from Spiddal and I have to say he was amazing. You could ask him to play pretty much any song & he would belt it out… if you happen to see he playing I would recommend catching him. We wild camped on the beach close to the pier which was lovely….. no facilities though.

Day 3- We caught the early ferry back to the main land & made our way south to one of my favourite Irish areas Narin & Portnoo. This area is spectacular and relatively undiscovered, although there were a good crowd of people on Narin beach enjoying the sunshine. We stayed in Narin Caravan Park which has good clean facilities , including a coffee shop. I think all they are missing is a full web page on Total Camping J .

Day 4 – This was spent hanging out on Tramore Beach & Camping in Tramore Camping Park. What can I say about this Park – well maybe the fact that is very close to being my number 1 Camping Park in Ireland…. that should say everything. Beautiful views, great facilities & a pleasant cliental … what more could you ask for. Just make sure to bring supplies as it is well off the beaten track……..but maybe that’s why I like it so much,

Till the next time

Dave

early morning Rossnaulagh

early morning Rossnaulagh

early morning Rossnaulagh

By David Lonergan

Rossnaulagh before the crows decended

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Wild camping Rossnaulagh

Wild camping Rossnaulagh

Rossnaulagh car Park

By David Lonergan

The car park in Rossnaulagh is perfect for a spot of wild camping........just be sure to have a pint in…

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Wild camping Rossnaulagh

Wild camping Rossnaulagh

plent of space for wild campers

By David Lonergan

Other campers enjoying a spot of wild camping at Rossnaulagh

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Arranmore

Arranmore

Undiscovered Arranmore

By David Lonergan

exploring Arranmore is a great way to spend a day

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The View

The View

lovely views in every direction

By David Lonergan

looking back at the main land from Arranmore

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wonderful Narin

wonderful Narin

crystal water in Narin & Portnoo

By David Lonergan

what can you say about this view ..........wow

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