Posted by Irish Camping & Caravan Club in News.

Clarinbridge in conjunction with the 25th Anniversary Celebrations of the Corrib Branch welcomes the Irish Camping & Caravan Club May Bank Holiday Weekend.

The Irish Camping & Caravan Club (ICCC) is a 32 County National Club with 5 geographical branches nationwide whom caters for motorhomes, caravans and tents alike. We are a non-profit organisation which represents every type of camping enthusiast from the young and old, families and singles, millionaires and pensioners. We are a fun for all the family themed club which organises like-minded camping activities and visits all locations in Ireland and abroad and act as lobby activists for issues of national important related to our area of interest.

The Corrib Branch of the ICCC has been in existence since 1991 and has a geographical catchment for the areas of Galway, North Clare, West Offaly, Roscommon, Mayo. It participates and runs many events throughout a camping season; from small meets at the fantastic local commercial camping & caravanning sites in the above mentioned counties to large rallies such as will be taking place in Clarinbridge over the May Bank Holiday Weekend 2016, to coincide with the 25th Anniversary Celebrations of the establishment of the Corrib Branch.

Our members enjoy the social side of camping and caravanning. On this occasion in Clarinbridge, we will be happy to encourage as many of our members from all corners of Ireland as possible to attend this rally. They are excited to visit this most scenic and tourist part of Ireland on the Wild Atlantic Way and hope to take in the recommended Yeats Country Tour during our stay. We bring much needed revenue to localities as we dine in local restaurants, socialise in local establishments and buy fresh produce & products from shops etc. Our members choose to enjoy the social activities of a small friendly local group as well as being part of our major national events which occur like this one annually.

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