Atlantic Caravan Park is a unique landmark on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The park is a haven on the seashore, nestled amongst the sand dunes which lead from the village of Enniscrone all the way to Bartra Island.
The beachside location gives mobile home owners breathtaking panoramic views over Killala Bay. It has been the ideal setting for memorable family holidays and weekend getaways since the 1940s.
The park overlooks Enniscrone’s world renowned beach, and sits right alongside the 400 acre Enniscrone Golf Club. The club is ranked amongst the 100 best links courses in the world.
Atlantic Caravan Park’s convenient location is one of its most cherished assets. Local shops, bars and restaurants are just a short stroll away. Our close proximity to the village means the surf schools, seaweed baths and water sports complex are close at hand too.
Please note we do not offer a caravan/chalet rental service. All our caravans are owner occupier which ensures a quiet, well-run park. This ensures we maintain control which maximises the enjoyment levels of our customers, which is our ultimate objective.
From the peaceful promenade under the Cliff Road to the Moy Estuary the golden sands of Enniscrone beach stretch for 5 kilometres.
The Atlantic Caravan Park gives residents direct access to the beach. The idyllic setting is perfect to watch the golden summer sun disappear behind Kilcummin Head, the infamous sight has earned Enniscrone the title, “Enniscrone of the Sunsets”.
The Moy Estuary at the end of the beach is an oasis of calm. The estuary is famous for its sea trout fishing, the sea trout gather in the estuary to feed on its massive stocks of sandeel, sprat and shrimp.
Beyond the end of the beach is Bartra Island, which many visitors like to visit by boat.
During bathing season lifeguards are on duty directly beside the Caravan Park.
Atlantic Caravan Park is an ideal base for surfers, the Park is literally a stone’s throw from the action.
The beach is suitable for both experienced and beginner surfers. Enniscrone and nearby Easkey are world renowned and one of Europe’s premier surfing locations. Every morning teams of beginners can be seen lining up on the beach to take to the waves.
When the big waves roll into the bay, surfers flock from all over the country. Surfing takes place all year round and eager beginners can benefit from two surf schools which operate at the beach.
People have been enjoying seaweed baths in Enniscrone since 1850. One popular landmark is the old white bathhouse at the end of the promenade. It is no longer in use, but just beyond it Kilcullens have been providing seaweed baths since 1912.
Soaking in seaweed is therapeutic, and as well as enjoying a pampering and a massage at Kilcullens, the baths are said to provide relief from rheumatism and arthritis. The seaweed is high in iodine, which occurs naturally in seawater.
After your treatment, enjoy a bowl of soap with some hearty brown bread, or a coffee as you look out over the bay.
If you want some time to yourself, you can relax and enjoy some pampering at the Sunset Spa.
Three signature massages are sure to help you relax and you can indulge your senses in luxury in the Thermal Suite. Professionals therapists will whisk you away on a journey to a place where time ceases to exist, ensuring you walk back into the world soothed, destressed and revitalised.
If the beach weather hasn’t arrived, or if you fancy a change Waterpoint offers a water park, health suite and sports centre. It’s one of the most popular attractions in the village.
The centre boasts a 65 metre flume waterslide and a childrens pool. There is also a steam room and jacuzzi and a state-of-the-art gym. Outside the sports centre has floodlit astro turf pitches which are available for rent.
Atlantic Caravan Park
+353 (0)96 36132