Camping Sites in County Roscommon

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About County Roscommon

Chill out amidst the beautiful unspoiled scenery of County Roscommon

The quiet tranquil waters of County Roscommon in the West of Ireland exude a serenity that will appeal to those after a peaceful holiday.

Surrounded by unspoiled nature with beautiful mountains, moors and lakes, this gentle county is ideal for laid-back breaks, and the spectacular Lough Key Forest Park is one of Ireland’s top lakeside attractions with more that 350 hectares of beautiful scenery.

Roscommon’s historical attractions are dotted throughout the county, too, with the wonderful Boyle Abbey and Strokestown Park House.

Travelling to Roscommon

By Plane

The nearest airport to Roscommon is Ireland West Airport Knock. Approx 1 hour drive.

By Boat

As Roscommon is inland, it does not have any seaports. For details and nearest ports visit Ireland Ferry Guide.

By Bus

Bus Éireann provide services to County Roscommon from Dublin, Sligo, Galway, and other counties.

By Train

The Dublin / Sligo line serves Co. Roscommon with a station at Boyle. The Dublin / Westport/Ballina line serves Roscommon with a station at Roscommon Town

Whats to See and Do in Roscommon

Arigna Mining

Arigna Mining Experience provides the family with a unique insight into what coal mining life was like in the Arigna Valley in county Roscommon
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The Claypipe Visitor Centre

The Claypipe Visitor Centre is in the village of Knockcroghery which was famous for almost 300 years as a centre for the production of clay pipes or “dudeens.
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