Well, we passed this way last week and called in for a visit. We weren't staying as we were meeting family in Galway that night. It looks very nice from outside the barrier and the views out to sea are pleasant. There seemed to be a lot of public passing the area so i will leave it up to yourselves to judge how peaceful it may or may not be. Older caravans and mobiles seemed to bring the look of the place down slightly in my opinion.
Greenways in Rosses Point is a superb example of what a Local Tourism Authority can do to drive tourism in their area. Sligo County Council take a bow. The site is run by Eugene and his team of young staff, who were constantly about cleaning and keeping the site looking great. This is a perfectly located site. Right next to a sandy beach, which had great swimming conditions. At sunset, you have a beautiful view of the sun coming down over the Atlantic. In terms of facilities there is all the usual stuff, campers kitchen, chemical disposal, very well maintained toilets. There are loads of showers which take 1 euro tokens. On arrival you are given a fob and this works the gate and entry to the toilets. A coffee van and ice cream van both came on to the site each day. In terms of stuff nearby, the local Yacht Club has a restaurant, Fish and Bean, that does a small but well-prepared menu of options. There is a golf club with bar and restaurant nearby. A little further away there is a selection of pubs and restaurants.The Yeats County Hotel is just down the road and in normal non covid times they apparently allow non residents to use their pool and leisure facilities for a daily fee. The campsite is a good base to travel from, and nearby you have Sligo Town, Strandhill and Bundoran. Sligo and Bundoran are obviously worth a day trip, Strandhill has a lovely Peoples Market on a Sunday and is a surfing mecca for those so inclined. Motor Home for two adults and two kids with and awning and hook up was 34 per night. At present in peak season there is a five-night minimum booking requirement. There is also a 20 euro refundable deposit for the key fob. They also do deals if you book for a week or more, with the 7th night in each week free of charge. For wild campers, there is plenty of space for camping in the area between the Rosses Point campsite and the Beach. Most nights we were there, there were at least half a dozen camper vans wild camping. Highly recommend this site.