Situated in the village of Rosses Point overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Magnificent views of Coney Island, Oyster Island, Blackrock Lighthouse, Benbulben and Knocknarea mountains. Your view depends on where you are pitched, listen to the water lapping on our two bathing beaches. Ideal for swimming, sailing, fishing, golfing, walking or just relaxing,enjoying the tranquil atmosphere.
Rosses Point Caravan and Camping Park is a 4-star resort situated in Rosses Point, a quiet unspoiled seaside village in a wonderful setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Along with the majestic Benbulben mountain and Knocknarea mountain on each side of the Caravan Park, are two beautiful safe sandy beaches suitable for swimming, sailing, kite surfing, fishing and long leisurely walks.
All the attractions of the area are a short drive away, including Carrowmore Megalithic Tombs, Celtic Seaweed Baths, Drumcliffe Visitors Centre, The Wild Rose Waterbus tour of Lough Gill, Lissadell House, Hawks Well Theatre, Parkes Castle and lots more places of interest.
Rosses Point was a place of inspiration for the Poet William Butler Yeats, also his brother the Artist Jack Yeats and in the words of her most famous son,
Sligo is “The Land OF Hearts Desire”
There are 100 hard stands well laid out with 10amp electricity supply. There is also 2.5 hectares of camping space.
Top class facilities include:
- Campers kitchen
- Hot water wash up area
- Laundry room
- Chemical waste disposal
- Motor home service point
- TV. Room
- Games room
Within 500m of the Caravan Park are Bars, Restaurants and The Yeats County Hotel, with Sligo Town being 8 kilometres away.
Rosses Point has a tranquil yet vibrant nightlife. With the choice of a nice pint or fresh seafood, theres a variety of bars and Restaurants to choose from.
Rosses Point is home to the Sligo Yacht Club as well as the Co. Sligo Golf Club. The Golf Club hosts the annual West of Ireland Golf Championship. Sligo Yacht Club also shares the Pier with the RNLI Lifeboat Station. Seasonal Sea Angling and Boat charters also launch from the Pier.
Rosses Point has a rich History. The ruins of Elsinore Lodge still stand and was once the Summer home of Jack and William Butler Yeats. Offshore from Rosses Point, Marine Archaeologists have recently uncovered wreckage of the Spanish Armada which was storm-driven off coast in September 1588. The Metal Man, a 12 foot high lighthouse statue placed by local seafarers in 1821 can be seen from the shore.
Number of Pitches:100
17 April – 14 September