We have gone to this campsite on and off for 13yrs and it still charms me. We go with our touring caravan which have tarred pitches and electric points. True - you can not book this site as pointed out by other reviewers but this is actually one of the things that I love most about this site as you can decide at the last minute to go down. If there are no spots available we have been squeezed in with no electric facilities but by next morning we have always got a spot. The views are worth coming for especially the sun setting in the evening (when the weather is good!). The beach is only a short stroll and there is normally an icecream van there so the kids are sorted! The beach has lovely fine sand and gentle waves. The facilities on site are clean - there is a shower block, kitchen area, washing machines,etc.
In Rosses Point itself the Waterfront Restaurant has a bakery which is great for early morning croissants. You have to travel into Sligo (10mins) for a Tesco but there is a small shop for essentials such as milk in Rosses Point.
When there visit Glencar Waterfall, dine in Davis Yeats Tavern at Drumcliffe and visit Yeat's Grave also in Drumcliffe. There is a golf course directly next door to the Caravan park.
Relax and enjoy - it is a lovely peaceful location.
- Also Known As:
- Rosses Point Caravan And Camping Park Hotel Sligo