Enjoy a relaxing stay on the Wild Atlantic Way, with the strength of Ben Cuanna, (pronounced Ben Who Na) part of the Twelve Bens Mountain Range to your back, Maol Reidh, the highest point in Connaught to your right, whilst enjoying splendid views….. possibly even spectacular sunsets with Inis Turk, Inis Bofin, Clare Island and Achill Island all in close view. If you’re really lucky the dolphins will even pop up to say hello.

We give you direct beach access to Lettergesh Beach where you can enjoy beach long days with the family. Our beach is perfect for sea swimming, paddle boarding and canoeing. The immediate local area is the perfect starting point for hill and mountain hiking, bike rides and in the evening you can enjoy sunsets and barbecues all while immersing yourself in the beauty of Connemara.

We have 13amp electrical hook up and water stations located and accessible from all of our pitches. Look to our facilities page for our full range of facilities including washroom, and free showers.

Our things to do page will inform you of all the possible adventures you can have while visiting and if you don’t feel like venturing very far you can enjoy direct access to the beautiful sandy beach of Lettergesh for a bracing walk or moonlight paddle or simply set up your chair at the viewing point at the top of the caravan park and enjoy watching the tide come and the tide go… allowing the waves crashing on the rockshore to soothe you after your adventure filled day.

Dining out is available is the nearby village of Tullycross where Paddy Coynes Pub offer a relaxing home cooked meal using local produce and the freshest of seafood. Or just call in for a pint of the black stuff and stay for the craic! Letterfrack village offers a selection of places to eat including Letterfrack Lodge which serves the best woodfire pizza you will ever taste.