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Cong Caravan and Camping Park
CongCo. Mayo
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Beautifully situated near the shores of Lough Corrib and Cong Village, County Mayo, Cong Caravan and Camping Park is an excellent choice for a base for touring the West of Ireland. The three star park is family run and offers quality facilities.

A quiet, family friendly park in an idyllic setting, within the Joyce Country and Great Western Lakes Geopark, only half a mile from Lough Corrib and one mile from Cong village, which featured on TripAdvisor's top 10 Irish destinations in 2018 and 2019. The village is an inland island surrounded by water, with quaint shops, cafes and historical ruins dating back to the 12th Century. The Park is centrally located less than 20 miles from the Bay Coast section of the Wild Atlantic Way at Leenane, and 25 miles from Galway city and Westport - an ideal base from which to explore the west of Ireland including the Aran Islands, Achill Island and the Marian Shrine at Knock.

The Park has modern facilities including free WiFi throughout, shower blocks, a campers' kitchen, sitting room, mini-cinema, laundry, BBQ and children's playground. Fully furnished glamping bell tents are available. The John Wayne movie The Quiet Man is shown nightly in the mini-cinema as it was filmed in Cong.

This very sheltered park is 5 minutes walk from Ireland's finest brown trout and salmon fishing on Lough Corrib and 10 minutes walk from the world famous Ashford Castle. With 2,000 acres of natural forest and woodlands along the lakeshore and river banks, Cong is paradise for walking, hiking and cycling enthusiasts. Whatever outdoor pursuit you fancy you will find it here – boating, cruising, kayaking, archery, horse trekking, caving, mountain climbing, zipwiring and hawk walks.

Come to Cong to unwind, get away from it all, return to nature and work up an appetite in the fresh air for the delicious local food served up in the award winning coffee shops and restaurants. Why not enjoy a Guinness in Cong, the former summer home of the Guinness family and Oscar Wilde while listening to some Irish music and having the ‘craic’ in the pubs, which are no place for a Quiet Man! Cong, once seen is never forgotten.

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