• Furnished Cool Tents

    Equipped with stove and fuel

  • Situated in the Loop Head Peninsula, Co. Clare

    The most beautiful place in the world!

  • Couple's tent

    Beds, rugs and stoves

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  • Great campsite for bicycle touring

    5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 2016

    This is a great campsite and perfect for bike tourists for a few reasons ;
    1. The cycle in from the main road down to the campsite in Querrin is a lovely way to end a day in the saddle, quiet bohereens , fields full of dandelions , birdsong and Zen cows until you reach peaceful pure camping .

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    2. A nice discount on the camping fee for campers who arrive on bike .
    3. A secure shed to store your bike , not that you would need it anyway
    4 . Fully equipped campers kitchen so no need to carry cutlery pots / gas
    Amazingly use of the gas cooker and showers is included in the camping fee which is great as the fashion in most irish campsites is a token purchasing system .

    Very nice vibes in the campsite and good chats with other travellers in the kitchen ,looks like a great place to bring young kids . Since my last visit a cozy common room with armchairs has been added for chilling out and reading.

     

    Martin Quinlan Q - Main camp field

    “Great for novice and experienced campers – wonderful owners and fantastic site”

    5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 2016

    Kevin and Trea are fantastic hosts and can be proud of all their work on this lovely site.
    There’s such a lovely vibe on the site and you can see everyone enjoying themselves.

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    We stayed in our own tent (first time). Although you can’t drive your car up the your pitch, there are wheelbarrows / trolleys available to cart your stuff down. It allowed for a much better experience not having cars moving about and no doubt was great for parents of small kids.
    Children really enjoying running about and there’s a big ‘dome’ play area they can go nuts in should it rain 🙂
    The shower / toilet facilities were spotlessly clean.
    It was fantastic to have sink / cooker kitchen facilities available in the covered area. They also let use use a communal fridges in the reception area which was a great help!
    You can choose to either camp in the open area close to all the facilities or be more adventurous and have a ‘wilderness’ pitch, which is right in the woods nearby.
    Trea does yoga classes some of the mornings which are worth checking out, even if you’re new to yoga.
    There are bell tents available along with an eco tent, and those who stayed in them seemed very happy with their choice.

    I never expected to have a place like this in Ireland, and was delighted to find it.
    It really is a gateway to the beautiful scenery of the Loop Head Peninsula.
    Although we used this as a ‘trial run’ before a longer stay in France, this surpassed all expectations and we can’t wait to return.

    C_Trip_IRL - Main campsite

  • “Magical campsite!”

    5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 2016

    Camped in the woods amidst native Irish woodland. Woken by beautiful birdsong at dawn, including a cuckoo! Our clearing was next to an ancient ring fort (beware of the fairies!!) and had a small fire pit, for which you can buy wood to burn. 

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    The facilities were very good with a communal kitchen, traditional ceramic pizza oven (dough on request), wood heated sauna, solar heated showers, other hot showers, and a chill out area. There are loads of farm animals happily wandering around the site including 3 friendly dogs, a chilled out cat, and a number of hens! The atmosphere is beautiful. Kids stay in one area and the woodland seems reserved for adult campers. There is a very friendly vibe in the campsite. We did a yoga class run by Trea on our last morning which was very nice too!

    Stayed June 2016, travelled as a couple

    David B - Woodland pitch

    “nice welcoming place”

    5 of 5 stars Reviewed 11 August 2015

    A friend mine told me about this place referring to it as a “hippy campsite” 🙂 , so I decided to stay there on my cycle tour. It’s not actually a place where hippy’s hang out, but it has that kind of vibe I guess 🙂

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    First thing I was welcomed by the owner who got me a discounted rate because I was on my bike, since Purecamping promote cycling (so if you are a cycle tourist, it’s place for you! 🙂 ) the place is great! enough room for tents and the ground is not rocky underneath so it’s easy to pitch a tent.
    At the edge of the field there is a campfire, for everyone to get together and chat, man made sauna and in the middle of the field big dome for kids to play. at the back of the camping field is a small forest with labyrinth of trails 🙂 and you can put up tent there too.
    It’s great place if you want to escape the city 🙂
    (one thing is the mad donkeys somewhere just outside the side, which were braying all night, but it’s still better than to hear the traffic 🙂

    Punkgs, Belfast - Campground

  • “Natural camping experience”

    4 of 5 stars Reviewed 20 October 2015

    Trea and Kevin are lovely hosts and make you feel welcome on this beautiful piece of land. The campground is beautifully located and it almost does not feel like you are on a campground at all.

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    Despite this there is a little kitchen (with a pizza oven!) that comes in handy when it is raining and you want to eat your meal in a dry spot. There is even a sauna but it is quite rustic and does not compare to what one usually thinks of when hearing the word “sauna.” However it is still a fun experience. It would have been nice if the sauna area was more private though as it is a bit weird standing around wrapped in a towel while everyone else is having dinner. Another small flaw was that the facilities (kitchen and bathrooms) weren’t as clean as on other campsites that we stayed at. All in all this campground is maybe a bit less suited for couples but is the perfect place for families with small children.

    Annabell M, Switerland - Campground


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Events

    • Jun
      27

      Carmen’s Riding School – Pony Camps Event Time: No time set / Event Location: Carmen's Riding School, Querrin

      Pony camps every week from Monday to Friday during the summer holidays. Just up the road from Purecamping.

      Feb
      25

      Santosa Yoga Camp 2016 Event Time: No time set / Event Location: Santosa 3-Day Yoga Camp (Ireland), Querrin, Co. Clare

      Santosa 3-Day Yoga Camp (Ireland), Querrin, Co.

    • Feb
      06

      Mother and Girl’s ‘Bealtaine’ Yoga weekend Event Time: 19:00 / Event Location: Purecamping Kilkee, Co. Clare, Ireland

      Mother and girl’s weekend (6th – 8th May 2016) – source power for Irish girls and women, mothers and daughters, aunties and nieces, grandmothers

      Apr
      29

      Loop Head Walking and Heritage Festival Event Time: 18:00 / Event Location: Loop Head Peninsula

       
       
      Loop Head Walking & Heritage Festival


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