Cong Camping, Caravan & Glamping Park
The following info was supplied by a member€40 a night off season. It's €20 for a camper with one occupant, another €10 for a second adult, and then awning & electric are €5 each. Regarding Awning, while i don't agree with being charged extra, i can accept it. With electric, there's no issue with the cost. But an extra €10 for a second adult, during off season? Cong Camping & Caravan Park is 1 km from Lough Corrib, 1.6km from Cong village in Ireland’s Lakelands. Less than 30 km from the Wild Atlantic Way - The Bay Coast route - at Leenane / 40 km from Westport / 40 km from Galway.Come to the real wild west where John Wayne filmed The Quiet Man in 1951. A quiet, family friendly park in an idyllic setting. Explore the 2,000 acres of natural forest and woodlands and discover beautiful lakeside and river-side walks and cycle paths. Cong’s attractions including Ashford Castle the former home of the Guinness family, the 12th Cong Abbey, stone cirlces, cairns, the Guinness viewing tower, Ireland’s School of Falconry, 10 caves, fishing and lake cruising are sure to please! Whatever outdoor pursuit you fancy you will find it here – kayaking, archery, horse trekking, tree climbing and zipwiring. Plus delicious food served in the local coffee shops and restaurants and plenty of Irish music and ‘craic’ in the pubs – which are no place for a Quiet Man! Cong, the gateway to Connemara, once seen is never forgotten.An ideal base for touring Connemara, Galway, Westport, Knock shrine. Very sheltered park. The Quiet Man film is shown nightly. Free showers from September to June inclusive. Dogs welcome. No fires.