Creveen Lodge Camping Park
Ireland, South West, Co. Kerry, Lauragh
- +353 646683131
- Easter - End September.
Alan Rogers Review
The Healy Pass is the well known scenic summit of the R574 road that crosses the Beara Peninsula, shortening the original journey from Kenmare Bay in the north to Bantry Bay in the south by nearly 70 km. As this narrow coast road starts to climb steeply, on the mountain foothills, you will arrive at Creveen Lodge, a working hill farm with a quiet, homely atmosphere.
The park provides 20 attractive pitches, 10 with 10A electricity and an area of hardstanding for motorhomes. To allow easy access, the steep farm track is divided into a simple one-way system. Creveen Lodge, commanding views across Kenmare Bay, is split between three gently sloping fields separated by trees. The park is carefully tended with neat, rustic picnic tables informally placed. Although not so famed as the Iveragh Peninsula, around which runs the Ring of Kerry, the northern Beara is a scenically striking area of County Kerry. This is walking and climbing countryside or, of interest close by, is Derreen Gardens.
Well-appointed and maintained, the small toilet block provides token-operated showers. Communal room with cooking facilities, a fridge, freezer, TV, ironing board, fireplace, tables and chairs. Reception is in the farmhouse. Play area. Accommodation (3 cottages, 2 caravans) to rent. WiFi available outside the reception area.
Park is on the Healy Pass road (R574) 1.5 km. southeast of Lauragh.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N51 45 20||W9 45 42|