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Campsites and Holiday Parks in Co. Meath

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4 listings in Co. Meath with 0 bookable

  • Newgrange Lodge Campsite

    Slane, Co. Meath, Republic of Ireland Show on map
    • Set on seven acres overlooking the ancient site of Newgrange
    • Handy base for gigs at Slane Castle
    • Picnic area, barbecue and communal lodge with kitchen and free wifi
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  • Rock Farm

    Slane, Co. Meath, Republic of Ireland Show on map
    • Boutique camping in the heart of the Boyne Valley in County Meath
    • Activities available are tree climbing, electric bikes, kayaking
    • Outdoor facilities include wood burning hot tub and clay pizza oven
    Availability, prices and booking for this site not provided on Pitchup.com.
  • 9.4 from 49 reviews

    Loughcrew Megalithic Centre

    Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Republic of Ireland Show on map
    • Small family-run site at the foot of the Loughcrew cairns
    • Mature trees, heritage museum, events hall, music sessions and café
    • A 10-minute walk from the ancient Loughcrew complex and Cairn T
    Availability, prices and booking for this site not provided on Pitchup.com.
  • Slane Farm Hostel

    Slane, Co. Meath, Republic of Ireland Show on map
    • Working farm in the heart of the Boyne Valley
    • Next door to Slane Castle and close to Newgrange and Knowth
    • With campers' kitchen, BBQ facilities, showers, loos and laundry room
    Availability, prices and booking for this site not provided on Pitchup.com.


Anyone who’s been to Ireland, read about Ireland or indeed not been under a rock since birth is likely aware that the country is somewhat steeped in heritage. Have a royally good time digging into all this history while camping in Co Meath, Ireland’s heritage capital and where Irish kings once held forth from the Hill of Tara.

History Irish and Neolithic crops up all over the county: as well as Tara, travellers arrive in ‘the royal county’ of Meath to see ancient Newgrange, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Brú na Bóinne and over four hundred years older than Stonehenge. Trim Castle, the bookish town of Kells and the burial grounds and passage tombs of Loughcrew will be easy to get to from a Co Meath campsite too; less anciently, have a right royal time kayaking or fishing for salmon on the River Boyne, play golf at Kilkeen Castle and umpteen other courses, and savour a play or a show at Navan’s Solstice Arts Centre.