County Fermanagh is very much a rural county. The views and rambling countryside ensure that the caravan sites in the area are surrounded by picturesque views and generous pitches. The county is dominated by two connected lakes: Upper and Lower Lough Erne and the surrounding areas, especially the rivers and lakes of Fermanagh, are heavy with fish. Lough Erne has claimed many world coarse angling match records making Fermanagh the perfect place for caravaners or campers interested in fishing. An angler's every need is catered for in the majority of these Lochs and fishing magnets both on and away from the water: there are clearly marked access points, easy parking, well stocked tackle shops, and a mass of caravan sites an easy distance away.
The areas expanse of water means that Fermanagh waterways are also popular with boat trippers, and caravaners use a new mode of transport for the day – the waterways are extensively used by cabin cruisers, other small pleasure craft and anglers. Caravaners can take a day trip, or the more confident among you can even hire a boat for the day.
Major attractions that caravaners should check out are the Marble Arch Caves where tickets prices include an underground boat trip on a subterranean lake and exploration of stalactites and stalagmites in these underwater caves. Castle Coole, the Palladian mansion house designed by Jarnes Wyatt for the Earl of Belmore. This building is worth a visit for caravners just to have a look at the magnificent woodwork, fireplaces, furniture and library. Belleek Pottery, Castle Archdale, Crom Estate, Devenish Island, Florence Court and Lough Navar Forest Park are also well worth a visit for caravners and caravaners in the area.