Caravan & camping parks

Caravan & camping parks

Under the Tourist Traffic Acts 1939-2016, any tourism business calling itself a caravan or camping park must be registered with Fáilte Ireland.

In order to register as a caravan & camping park, your business must comply with the current regulations.

From early 2020, caravan & camping parks have new regulations as well as updated classification criteria. The new classification criteria are more focused on the quality of service and hospitality offered, as well as acknowledging additional facilities, rather than purely based on a rigid set of physical attributes and the extent of facilities.
 
The newest change is that businesses now have the opportunity to achieve a 5-star classification rating, a rating that was not available until now.

Registration Regulations for Caravan and Camping 2018

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Learn more about the minimum requirements for caravan and camping parks.

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Self assessment

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We have created a series of guidelines on completing self-assessment.

Access the 'How to' guides

Tourist Traffic Acts 1939–2016

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See which sectors apply to the Tourist Traffic Acts 1939–2016 under Irish Law.

Learn more about the Tourist Traffic Act

Caravan & Camping classification criteria

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Find out more about the Caravan & Camping Parks classification criteria.

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Benefits of approval

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Read about the benefits to tourism businesses by becoming Fáilte Ireland approved.

Download the guidance [pdf, 81kb]

Frequently asked questions

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Read the most frequently asked questions about Fáilte Ireland's standard classification.

View the FAQ