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Outside of this, Coillte don't encourage camping on their land. And here comes the problem with putting such things into words.
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We have camped on Coillte land, and in general if you read other discussions online, it's a very typical thing to do. It tends to be late at night when we pitch up our tent, and its early morning when we take it down and move on. We never stay long, and we strictly follow Leave No Trace. Currently, I can't find a statement online where Waterways Ireland specifically state that camping along the banks and locks they maintain is allowed.
We had great conversations with Waterways Ireland staff that we met along the routes about camping and travelling the canals.
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Along the river Barrow, canoeing companies also supply camping gear to people who want to go on multi day adventures along the waterway. Typically we'd aim for a lock that was not serviced by road, and would therefore be quiet in the evenings. We met many farmers, dog walkers, and cyclists while pitching our tent, with most offering smiles and jokes that we should also be carrying fishing rods. If you're looking to build confidence and experience camping, or just feel like a very relaxing night out, the Barrow Way would be a strong recommendation from us!
And who knows, Carl's been saying for the past year that he wants to kayak all the waterways Ask a local! No one else is going to know about that small clearing beside the stream, metres off the trail, at the point you would never have guessed. Linking into what I said earlier about camping and distance walking being not as commonly and openly practiced here as in other countries, there aren't many guidebooks or services to let you know about some of the best things to see and do and where stay in the small places you pass through.
But if you get talking to a local, who knows what you'll learn. When you do come across an official campsite, the owners can also be pretty knowledgeable in places further along the trail, as they know that official campsites are few and far between. The rules for wild camping in Ireland's national parks vary.
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In Ballycroy National Park Co Mayo, you can pitch your tent without a permit, as long as you're in a group of less than 10, and are not lighting any campfires. As far as I can tell, camping isn't currently allowed in Killarney, Burren and Glenveagh national parks.
Adirondack shelters originate in the Adirondack Mountains of New York state. They are a popular feature in US wilderness areas and in Nordic countries where they are used as temporary accommodation during hiking and fishing trips. The shelters are small structures with three sides, a pitched roof and a raised platform which can typically sleep four or five people.
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