Alan Rogers Review
This is a very large park by Irish standards. Set on 20 acres of flat grass, edged by mature trees, this family-run park is well managed and offers 284 pitches which include 103 touring pitches, 75 with electrical hook-ups (10A Europlug) and 53 with hardstanding. There is even a large, open and flat field without services for high season overspill arrivals. The remainder are occupied by caravan holiday homes.
There is direct access from the park to a sandy, Blue Flag beach with a resident lifeguard during July and August. A highly recommended leisure centre is adjacent should the weather be inclement. The park is 5.5 km. from Dungarvan, a popular town for deep sea angling, from where charter boats can be hired and three, 18-hole golf courses are within easy driving distance.
Suggested drives include the scenic Vee, the Comeragh Mountain Drive and the coast road to Tramore – the last having a series of magical coves and the remains of old copper mines. The pretty ‘English’ village of Lismore and the picturesque and historic town of Youghal, once home to Sir Walter Raleigh, are each about 30 km. drive away.