Landscaped in the beautiful, unspoilt countryside at Lower Lough Erne, Blaney Caravan Park is located just 8 miles from the historic town of Enniskillen (off the main A46 road to Belleek, and just 30 minutes from Donegal and the Atlantic).
The park lies where the hills and forests come down to meet the lakes and islands of the Erne Waterway. Combined with traditional farming landscapes, Blaney make an idyllic panorama for a country holiday.
Our park has all the amenities on site, within easy reach of abundant fishing waters and beautiful lakes.
We are central to all the rural activities and the outstanding beauty of Fermanagh, and its surrounding counties of Donegal and Tyrone.
Cycle on remote roadways through farm land, bogland and wilderness
Ancient Monuments - 15 minute walk up the road brings you to the restored Tully Castle and Gardens or to Innishmacsaint
The Marble Arch Caves were highly commended in the "Showcaves Of the Year 2000," notably for the quality of the cave tour and it’s excellent visitor facilities.
Boa Island is home to many Celtic figures the most famous of these being the Janus Figures located in Caldragh Cemetry on the Island.
The Belleek Pottery (est 1849) has much to offer; Visitors Showroom, Guided Tour of the factory & Museum.
Crom Estate is situated 20 miles from Enniskillen. The Estate is home to Crom Castle which is private to the public but some beautiful walks along the banks of Upper Lough Erne are ideal for a visit.
Castle Caldwell forest is situated at the western end of Lower Lough Erne close to Belleek. A castle built in 1612 is now in ruins.
Lough Navar Forest Drive is a seven mile long tarmaced road through hundreds of hectares of conifer forest
Enniskillen Castle presents an array of 19th century barracks buildings surrounding the Medieval Castle.
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Features & Amenities
- Off Street Parking
- Disabled Facilities
- Children Welcome
- Golf Nearby
- Coast Nearby