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Kilbroney Caravan Park

Kilbroney Park, Shore Road, Rostrevor, County Down, BT34 3AA
Family enjoying a BBQ infront of their tent in Kilbroney Park





Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor is situated in a stunning location, where mountain, sea and valley create a scenic wonderland. Overlooking Carlingford Lough these 97 acres of beautiful parkland nestles within the shadow of Slieve Martin and the Mountains of Mourne.

We provide 52 fully serviced sites, 16 of these are soft standing serviced caravan pitches and 10 are grass unserviced tent spaces. The 16 soft standing pitches are located at the bottom end of the Caravan Park below the toilet and shower block. Facilities include a café, laundry room, playgrounds, tennis courts, BBQ area and Outdoor Fitness Zone. Our reception and visitor centre provide visitors with suggestions and brochures on places of interest to visit and things to do in the local area.

There are many places to visit and things to do in the local area, including hiking to the Cloughmor (known locally as the 'big stone'), a visit to Ross Monument, a walk along the Fairy Glen and the Narnia Trail or a cycle on the Mountain Bike Trails. Please enquire at the campsite reception for more information on these and other activities.

Caravan / Motor Home / Trailer Tent / Tent with Electric hook-up: £28.25 per night

The above can be booked onto serviced bays only.

Non-electric tent spaces: £22.50 per night.






  • Café On Site
  • Cooking / bbq facilities for guests use

Children & Infants

  • Children's outdoor play area

Establishment Features

  • Electricity supply to pitches
  • Showers on site
  • Spaces for tents
  • Spaces for touring caravans
  • Washing & Drying facilities on site

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Dogs permitted on lead


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Opening Times

* The Kilbroney Caravan Park booking system will open at 10am on Monday 23 January 2023.

Please note that bookings are online only.

2023 Caravan Park operating times for 2023

March: Thursday 16 - Saturday 18 /Friday 24 & Saturday 25
March/April: Friday 31 & Saturday 1st / Daily from Thursday 6 April
May to September: Daily until Saturday 30 September
October: Weekends Friday 6 & Saturday 7 /Friday 13 & Saturday 14 / Friday 20 & Saturday 21. Daily from Friday 27 October to Saturday 4 November

Caravan Park closes for the Season on Sunday 5 November 2023.

Please note: upon re-opening of the booking system on 23 January, the serviced pitches without hard standings (numbers 15 to 30) will only be available for bookings on and after Thursday 6 April.

Dependant on weather / grassed surface conditions, this will be reviewed prior to the re-opening on Thursday 16 March with any decisions to open additional pitches notified via the NMDDC Facebook page.

Following re-opening of the booking system please direct any queries to Please allow up to 48 hours for an email response.

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