Of County Kerry’s three long, finger like peninsulas which jut into the sea, Dingle is the most northerly. Anchor Caravan Park is 20 km. west of Tralee, the main town, and under 4 km. south of Castlegregory on Tralee Bay. Its situation, just 150 m. from a fine sandy beach, provides ideal opportunities for safe bathing, boating and shore fishing. A secluded and mature, five-acre park, it is enclosed by shrubs and trees that give excellent shelter. There are 30 pitches, most with electricity and 13 also with drainage and water points. Although there are holiday homes for hire, these are well apart from the touring pitches. The approach roads to the park are narrow and may be difficult for larger units.
In this area of great beauty, miles of sand abound and taking in the panorama of mountain scenery from the top of the Connor Pass is a wonderful experience. Dingle and the beautiful Slea Head Drive are within easy reach by car. A boat trip to the Blasket Islands from Dunquin would be a worthwhile excursion.