Donegal is a hugely popular location for camping, caravans, campervans, and motorhomes touring the rugged Donegal Coast along the Wild Atlantic Way. In order to get the best out of your visit we recommend that you immerse yourself in our community, stay in our local campsites and spend time to explore the offering of our small towns and villages. Donegal is renowned for its beautiful unspoiled natural environment and therefore we ask that visitors join us in protecting our beautiful county by respecting our Code of Conduct.
Book ahead and sleep securely in our variety of Camping, caravanning and motorhome accommodation providers.
Black/Greywater waste disposal, water refill and electric hook up stop off points are available throughout the county. We ask that visitors stop off only to replenish their vehicle along their journey.
Donegal is a hugely popular location for those camping or with caravans, campervans or motorhomes and to ensure the best possible experience for those visiting the county, we ask all visitors to:
1. Plan ahead
2. Book ahead
3. Follow our simple guidelines.
“Leave No Trace” by responsibly disposing of your waste within the county’s waste recycling centres. We encourage holiday makers to recycle as much as possible and only dispose of waste at the designated places, if outside of the camping facilities.
If along your trip you require information on where to dine, attractions to visit, or events in the area we have a comprehensive listing of our local offerings here on go visit to help you make the most of your visit.
Strolling along the sandy splendour of the Blue Flag beach of Ballymastocker. Glimpsing the wondrous beauty of the northern lights from the Inishowen Peninsula. Hiking through the rugged majesty of Glenveagh National Park. Donegal is perfect for a change of pace and the chance to reconnect with those who really matter.
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