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Dungannon Caravan park 8 months 3 weeks ago #1326

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Just a heads up for anyone considering heading here this year, they are opening their online and phone booking facility tomorrow, January 11th. you can book via the Mid Ulster District Council website, or phone 028 87728690. season is from 17/3/2022 to 30/9/2022.
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Dungannon Caravan park 8 months 3 weeks ago #1327

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Just a heads up for anyone considering heading here this year, they are opening their online and phone booking facility tomorrow, January 11th. you can book via the Mid Ulster District Council website, or phone 028 87728690. season is from 17/3/2022 to 30/9/2022


the same contact details for making bookings and season dates apply to Ballyroan and Roundale sites, apparently all run by Mid Ulster Council


 

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Dungannon Caravan park 1 month 2 weeks ago #1480

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We stayed at Dungannon Park for 5 nights early August. it is a small site, split into 2 sections. our section was 10 pitches, and nice and shaded and very private, the second section has about the same number of pitches, but is more open ( we were in the middle of a mini heat wave). this section is also near the kids playground so is a little noiser.

The caravan park is situated inside Dungannon Park, which is open to the public. the site is run by Mid Ulster Council. Price for 5 nights incl awning was £137. showers were included as well as EHU.

On our site there was adequate space between pitches for awnings, tables etc. the power was 16 amp which was brilliant. Each pitch was fully serviced.

Now, the facilities.... AMAZING!! campers had access to toilet, showers and black water disposal in a private building entered by swipe card. There was no need to use the public toilets as a result. It seemed to me to be a new enough facility building. numerous cubicles and large showers. great pressure and perfect tempreatures. Easily the best facilities I've seen on a camp site to date. washing and drying facilities are a £1 for 90 minutes and the machines are exceptional.

Dungannon is a 5 minute drive away for the usual shops, eateries etc. Belfast is an hours drive, and many other sights are in the vacinity.

The park is very busy, however, security are present at night time and there are no issues as a result. 

A great site, brilliant for adults and families alike, and bring your dog, no matter what breed they are!

 
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