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Peel Camping Park

Type:Temporary Campsite

Peel Camping Park


Peel Camping Park is on the outskirts of Peel, famed for its beaches, historic Peel Castle, spectacular coastal and hill walks, and glorious sunsets.

The campsite is a large well-equipped site with three grass fields and a hard standing area welcoming tents, motorhomes and caravans, with disabled facilities and electrical hook up hire.


> Free Wi-fi.

> Pets Welcome.

> Secure mobile charging stations.

> Washing/Drying facilities.

> Separate men and women’s showers/loos.

> w/ extra porta loo's for busy periods.

> Hair dryers available.

> Self-contained disabled shower/toilet with radar key access.

> Large wash up area with kettle.

> Dedicated recycling area.

> Baby changing facilities.

> 400m from vehicle electric charging points.

> Situated next to a play park and swimming pool with cafe.

> Directly opposite a bus stop with routes to Douglas and Ramsey.

> 1.5km from newly resurfaced railway lines suitable for walkers/cyclists. 

> 400m from supermarket.

> 1km from beaches - Fenella Beach, Peel Beach and White Strand Beach.

> Free onsite parking for cars, bikes, mini-buses and motorbikes.

> Dedicated chemical waste disposal.

> Separate dedicated grey waste disposal.

> Drinking water supply throughout the site.

> Same day bookings welcome.

> Postal service available; post your luggage/tent to us before arrival.

> 24- hour check-in service available.

> Group friendly.

> Family friendly.

> Walker friendly.

> Cyclists friendly.

> Biker friendly.

> Pet friendly.


£10 per person per night.

£5 per child per night.

£6 per motorhome/caravan per night.

£6 per hook-up per night.

Bikes/Cars free

Awnings/Trailers free

Pets free

Three star grading – IoM Government

Phone Fran at the campsite on 01624 844339 or 07624 380554

Peel Camping Park
c/o Town Hall, Derby Road, Peel IM5 1RG
Tel: +44 (0)1624 842341
Fax: +44 (0)1624 844010

Peel Camping Park, Derby Road, Peel, IM5 1RG
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Opening Times

Season (29 Mar 2024 - 30 Sept 2024)

Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

From the Sea Terminal; 

Lord street station bus number.  5, 5c, 6 or 6c.

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