Ballamoar Campsite terms and conditions are as follows:-
All TT & MGP bookings must be paid in full, one month before arrival date
Deposits are non refundable, Refunds from cancellations closer than one month before arrival will be at the owners discretion. - COVID-19 update - we will not be able to refund MGP booking due to COVID-19, please ensure you have travel insurance.
No Refunds due to weather or circumstances outside of our control.
Any booking moved to an alternative date at the discretion of the owner / manager can be made once. Further changes will result in the loss of the deposit from the original booking unless approved by the owner/manager due to exceptional circumstances.
We cannot guarantee a booking for your chosen dates if you have moved the booking forward but not pre-booked the pitch. All moved booking will be subject to availability.
We Strongly recommend travel Insurance.
If events are cancelled or out of our control or there is advice against travel, deposits will be none refundable.
You must remain inside the confines of your pitch, this includes any vehicle, trailer and guide ropes
Pitches must be vacated by midday on the day you leave, unless by prior arrangement
We will try, but can not guarantee your pitch to be clear until midday
Why do we need ‘rules’?
Our campsite is a privately run business on private land and wants its customers to enjoy their holidays as much as possible and for its neighbours to be able to relax and not get disturbed. The rules are there to make everyone’s life a little more relaxing and encourage site users and visitors to show consideration for others. We’re sure you’ll agree most of these are common sense.
Breach of any of these rules, or behaviour/action deemed detrimental to the campsite could result in the all of the party being asked to leave the site day or night without warning. Failure to do so will result in the police being called.
# On arrival report to the site office, if no one is available phone the designated warden on 499394.
# Before entry is permitted onto site all fees must be paid. Group leader must fill in registration form and agree to the site rules.
# The steward on duty, reserves the right to refuse access to any person/group who they feel will be detrimental to the campsite.
# No open campfires are permitted; fire baskets/barrels and barbecues are allowed as long as lifted off the ground and must be attended at all times. Please make sure you keep smoke and fumes under control, so you don’t annoy your neighbours. These must all be extinguished by midnight.
# Respect of facilities, personal property, neighbours and other campers is a priority. No loud or excessive noise after 10pm(or night fall) or before 7am.
# If you have children with you on the site, you are responsible for their supervision.
# The entrance, canteen, decking & buildings are not a playground or cycle track. Please ensure your children are aware of this.
# The Canteen is for the use of everyone, however children under 12 must be supervised by a responsible adult. All games, books, dvds etc used must be put away after use. The canteen can be locked (at the discretion of the owner) and closed between 11pm and 6am.
# The glen road is a public highway, please make your children aware and advise them not to just run/cycle/trundle into the highway.
# The campsite runs a 10mph limit for all modes of transport.
# Kids motorbikes/quads, electric or petrol are not permitted on site. Vehicles are only allowed to travel to and from the pitch.
# Bicycles, skateboards, scooters and roller skates are allowed on site although, of course, consideration should be shown to other visitors. If you are unsure where you can cycle, please ask a member of staff. No cycling or skating is allowed between 11pm and 6am.
# Dogs must be kept on a lead or under control at all times. All foul to be cleaned up. If site staff or other visitors feel your dog is not supervised or under control, you will be asked to keep it on a lead at all times.
# Abusive or foul language is not acceptable.
# For your safety and comfort the campsite stewards instructions must be followed.
# No cooking appliance, candle etc. should be used inside of tents.
# The campsite & Owners take no responsibility for any damage or accidents on the campsite.
# Tents can only be erected on the day for which their plot is booked
# Chemical waste from caravans etc. must only be disposed of in the designated area.
# Motorhomes and caravans, staying over 14 nights, must be prepared to move on steward instruction to allow grass cutting etc.
# Petrol/diesel generators are permitted, but there use is limited to between 9am and 9pm. (They are not permitted during TT & MGP)
# any persons leaving a tent, motor home or caravan etc, for more than 24hrs un occupied must inform steward on duty.
# All property left at campsite, at owners risk.
# The campsite has given permission for the police to occasionally check campsite.
# Visitors to your pitch must abide by the rules and are your responsibility.
# Campers using the pods should vacate them by 12:00
# Pitches should normally be vacated by 12noon. If you would like to remain later on site, not necessarily on your pitch, have a word with site staff.
# Rules regarding leaving Campers/Caravans & Tents unoccupied
in order not to become a Camper/Caravan parking area, to help with this we have Rules
# Campers/Caravans & Tents maybe left on site for no longer than 7 consecutive nights unoccupied
# Payment must be upfront ( speak to reception for costs)
# Once a Camper/Caravan & Tent has been unoccupied for 7 consecutive nights, it must be removed from site for a period of 5 nights.
# Awnings and Tents must be moved every 14 nights
# Unoccupied Campers/Caravans must be disconnected from electric Hook up and removed or moved to the designated area if agreed with the staff
# During TT period
& MGP period
ALL Campers/Caravans & Tents must be removed, unless they have a seasonal pitch or they have booked online