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Campervan and RV rental in Northern Ireland is an unforgettable way to explore this magical country. Lush green vistas, forests, waterfalls, and coast scenery await campervan adventurers looking for something unique.
Renting a campervan in Northern Ireland offers you a lot of options. You can explore the various treats the country has to offer, or you could go south of the border and experience the Republic of Ireland and its bustling capital city of Dublin .
While Northern Ireland does not have official national parks, it has a high concentration of woods and forests that you can easily visit with your campervan or RV rental.
Tollymore Forest is a beautiful park. For many locals, it’s the best that Northern Ireland has to offer. Tollymore Forest has several forest and river trails for hiking and bike rides, vibrant wildlife, and views that offer tranquility and seclusion. Take your campervan or RV rental north to Ballymena, and you can discover Glenariff Forest. Some highlights are its scenic walks, stunning waterfalls, and breathtaking scenery.
Gortin Glen Forest Park in Omagh is also unmissable. It offers fantastic bike trails, hikes, B.B.Q. spots, and playgrounds for family days out. Waterfalls, deer, and great views are other attractions you can access in your RV rental.
For fans of The Game of Thrones, the Dark Hedges, near Ballymoney, provide an excellent photo opportunity in the shadows of a gothic forest path made famous by the T.V. show. You can easily reach the area in your campervan by taking the Causeway Coastal drive.
Campervan or RV rental in Northern Ireland is the best way to access the country's various coastal treats. The remarkable Giant's Causeway is one of the most iconic and unique attractions. Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, this interlocking collection of basalt columns is essential viewing.
Indeed the Causeway Coastal drive has plenty of other spots of interest. Mussenden Temple and Port Ballintoy are worth your time, while Carrick-a-Rede features a rope bridge, a stunning walk, and a chance to visit a 400-year-old fisherman's cottage.
Campervan and RV rental is a chance to visit some of Northern Ireland's many beautiful lakes. Lough Neagh offers gorgeous views, hikes, picnics, canoeing, and boat rentals.
Lower Lough Erne is great for bird watching, kayaking, and wildlife. There is also water trampolining for the kids. Portmore Lough is another excellent day out for the family. There is a vast array of wildlife, like swans, geese, and ponies, to experience.
Northern Ireland also has excellent rivers you can reach in your campervan or RV. The River Bann is a great spot for boats and cruises. While there, you can canoe, water ski, and wakeboard; it's also a great spot for fishing. The River Lagan is another waterway with excellent activities, like padding, canoeing, and hydro bikes.
The River Morne is considered the best salmon fishing river in Northern Ireland and hosts many water adventure sports.
Campervan or RV rental in Northern Ireland is much more pleasant if you have somewhere comfortable to stay at night. Thankfully, there are many great spots for travelers. But if we could offer you just one camping tip , it would be to book ahead to secure a place.
If you take your campervan or RV south of Belfast, you can find Windsor Holiday Park | Encore Parcs. A games room and play area, seaside access, and a location next to Tollymore Forest Park make it perfect for all the family.
Antrim's Six Mile Water Caravan Park sits on Lough Neagh. Excellent facilities and a convenient location are a part of the appeal. Highview Holiday Park is a must for campervan travelers on the Causeway Coastal Route. It's intimate, peaceful, well-run, and known locally for its warm, family-friendly atmosphere.