Isle of Man Campsites

List of all Campsites found in the Isle of Man broken down into key areas

Castletown MFC Football Stadium

Malew Road,Castletown,IM9 4EA

On the Billown race circuit there is a football club that can be found at stadium corner, this football club offers camping solutions to campers and motorhomes there is no electricity hook up but you are parked on the edge of the circuit.
Directions
If you have followed our directions to the Billown circuit, when you pass the second petrol station and reach the traffic lights turn right. The Stadium is on your left 250 yards on the crown of the bend.

Peel camping park

Peel Camping Park, c/o Town Hall, Derby Road, Peel, IM5 1RG

Tel: +44 (0)1624 842341

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Peel Campsite is found on the outskirts of peel, Peel boasts two of the best beaches on the island, glorious sun sets over the Irish sea, many shops and pubs

The campsite is equipped with electric hook up for campers and motorhomes, hardstanding areas as well as plenty ground to pitch your tents.

Some of the features that are on the campsite 

  • Large supermarket only 400 meters away
  • Swimming pool next door which offers free wifi
  • Disabled facilities
  • Shower and toilet facilities
  • Laundry and drying room
  • Television room

The camp site is only open between April and September, this is great for the TT, Southern 100 and the Manx Grand Prix.

 

 

Silly Moos Campsite

Ballakillingan Farm,Churchtown,Ramsey,IM7 2AL
Mob: 07624 262541

silly moos campsite

Silly Moos campsite can be found on the A3, approximately 1.7 miles away from Ramsey. Silly Moos will Take close to a 50min drive from Castletown. Even though this campsite is a little further away it does offer fantastic facilities for bikers and families.


Silly Moos campsite caters for Individuals, families and groups of any size using a large flat camping area which also has secluded corners for camping with more privacy. Tents, Caravans and Motorhomes are all welcome even bring your dog if you like.
There is a large under cover recreation area which includes games like pool, table football and table tennis, in the same area there is also kitchen facilities like a fridge/freezer toasters microwaves and kettles, also complimentary tea and coffee for all guests. For Motorcycles there is a separate parking area which is undercover.
Silly moos offer electric hook up points by special request, and also have a communal area for charging mobile devices.
Shower facilities are available with 24 hour hot water
During TT silly moos offer a full breakfast over the race period.
Silly Moos is also home to a family attraction Moos Maize Maze which as it says is a large maze in the field of Maize.


How to find Silly Moos campsite
By car

Assuming your leaving the races at Billown, you need to find the race corner known as Cross Fourways, this is a cross roads when the roads are open. You need to follow the A3 towards Ramsey, This route will take you through Foxdale. Once you reach the only set of traffic lights this junction is known as Ballacraine, A well known corner on the TT Mountain circuit. Travel straight through the ttraffic lights following the A3 your now on the mountain circuit and will carry along it till your destination. Travel through Glen Helen, Kirk Michael, Ballaugh and Sulby. The campsite will be on your left at the TT course 22 milestone, watch for the cow print on the wall.


From Douglas you need make your way out of town either of two ways.

  • The TT circuit :- 22 miles following the A2 from the sea terminal to Ballacraine near st johns, This route will join the TT circuit at the Quaterbridge and continue through Union mills, Glen vine, Crosby and Greeba before it finds Ballacraine traffic lights. Turn right here onto the A3 towards Ramsey and follow for approximately 14 miles.
  • The Mountain:- 17 miles from Douglas sea terminal. This route will use the TT mountain circuit in reverse, This route is not passable during TT as there is a One way flow of traffic over the mountain which flows from Ramsey towards Douglas.
    However for the Southern 100 were good to use the Mountain two directions. Leaving the Sea terminal. Follow A2 towards peel, you need to cross a double roundabout known as the Quarter Bridge then Turn right at the next roundabout, there will be a hugh oak tree in the middle of the roundabout. From here you will find signs for Ramsey using the A18. Follow this route and enjoy the views looking over Ramsey as you make your decent. When you reach the Traffic light at parliament Squrae Ramsey turn left here and silly Moos campsite will be on your right approximately 1.7 miles along the road. Watch out for the cow print walls.

By public bus

Silly Moos campsite is also on the public bus routes.
Traveling from the south of the island you would need to take two busses. The first would be from castletown to peel using bus no. 8/8A then onto the 5 or 6 towards Ramsey
Alternitvly you could use any of the following 1, 1H, 2, 2A, 11, 12, 12A, & N1 all these routes will take you from Castletown to Douglas where you would need to change onto the Ramsey bus no. 5 or 6
If you were to take the no. 5 or 6 Traveling from Douglas toward Ramsey Via Peel. And ask the friendly bus driver to stop at silly moos campsite near churchtown

There is also a very helpful app to assist with Journey planning and time tables this is called “Bus-Man” and can be found in all app stores. The app also shows a real time map showing where the bus is on its route. The same app can be used online at www.bus-man.com