Eagle Point Caravan & Camping Park
Ireland, South West, Co. Cork, Bantry
- +353 2750630
- 17 April - 21 September.
Alan Rogers Review
Midway between the towns of Bantry and Glengarriff, the spectacular peninsula of Eagle Point juts into Bantry Bay. The first impression is of a spacious country park rather than a campsite. As far as the eye can see this 20-acre, landscaped, part-terraced park, with its vast manicured grass areas separated by mature trees, shrubs and hedges, runs parallel with the shoreline providing lovely views. Suitable for all ages, this is a well run park mainly for touring units, with campers pitched mostly towards the shore. It provides 125 pitches with 6A electricity, although many are seasonally occupied.
For wet weather, a timbered building towards the water’s edge houses three lounges, two for children and all with TV. The brightly decorated interior is guaranteed to brighten the dullest of days. Eagle Point makes an excellent base for sightseeing throughout West Cork and Kerry and its sheltered location makes it ideal for watersports enthusiasts. Swimming is safe and there is a slipway for small craft.
Three well maintained, well designed toilet blocks are of a high standard. Laundry. Motorhome services. Play area. Tennis. Football field, well away from the pitches. Fishing. Boat launching. Supermarket at park entrance. Dogs are not accepted. WiFi on part of site.
Take N71 to Bandon, then R586 Bandon to Bantry. From Bantry take N71 to Glengarriff. 6.4 km. from Bantry; or N22 Cork to Macroom, R584 to Ballylickey Bridge, right onto N71 to Glengarriff. Entrance opposite Cronins petrol station.Link to campsite location map on google
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|N51 43 5||W9 27 19|