Rushin House Caravan Park
“Unrivalled views across Loch NacNean and excellent touring facilities” - AA Inspector
BELCOO, COUNTY FERMANAGH
Our Inspector's view
This park occupies a scenic location overlooking Lough MacNean, close to the picturesque village of Belcoo, and is the product of meticulous planning and execution. There are 24 very generous, fully serviced pitches standing on a terrace overlooking the lough, with additional tenting pitches below; all are accessed via well-kept, wide tarmac roads. Facilities include a lovely, well-equipped play area and a hard surface, fenced five-a-side football pitch. There is a slipway providing boat access to the lough and, of course, fishing; there is an access path to the lake that is suitable for less mobile visitors to use. The excellent toilet facilities are purpose-built and include family rooms.
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Facilities – at a glance
Electrical hook up
- Sports field
- Picnic Area
- Wifi available
- Motorvan service point
- Calor Gas
- Camping Gaz
- Battery Charging
- Total Touring Pitches: 38
- Caravan Pitches Available
- Motorhome Pitches Available
- Tent Pitches Available
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About the area
Discover County Fermanagh
Running right through the middle of County Fermanagh are the two parts of Lough Erne, the Upper and the Lower. The Lough’s shape has been likened to a leaping dolphin scattering a shower of broken water drops behind it.
At about 50 miles long, but only around 5 miles wide, Lough Erne is very shallow. The surrounding soil has resisted agriculture and remained a mixture of moorland, forest and marsh. The monastery established by St Molaise in the 6th century stands on Devenish Island, in the Lower part of the Lough. Here you’ll find a tall round tower, built by monks around 1120, the ruins of the beautiful little 15th-century abbey church and a fine high cross.
The largest town in Fermanagh is Enniskillen, set on an island in the middle of Lough Erne. The long main street is lined with shops, and features the historic Buttermarket, filled with local crafts, many of which you can see being made. Some of the many attractions in town include the castle with its regimental and county museums. There’s also Cole’s Monument in Forthill Park with a splendid view over the town.
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