Fleming‘s White Bridge
Ireland, South West, Co. Kerry, Killarney
Alan Rogers Review
The main road from Cork to Killarney (N22) runs through the gentle valley of the River Flesk. Between the two sits Fleming’s White Bridge camping park. Its 15 acre site is within comfortable walking distance of Killarney centre. Surrounded by mature, broad-leafed trees, the park is flat, landscaped and generously adorned with flowers and shrubs. It comprises 92 pitches, the majority for touring caravans, on well-kept grass pitches with electricity hook-ups, although some have concrete hardstanding and some pitches are reserved for tents. Well distributed around the park are three well-appointed toilet blocks. This is a site of which the owners are very proud. Hillary, Moira and Breda Fleming personally supervise the reception and grounds, maintaining high standards of hygiene, cleanliness and tidiness. In the main season, they even find time to organise on-site activities that keep children happy and parents relaxed. The park’s location so close to Ireland’s premier tourism centre makes it an ideal base to explore Killarney and the southwest.
The site is a member of the Caravan and Motorhome Club Affiliated Site Scheme but visitors who are not members of the club are also very welcome.
Fleming's White Bridge offers an exclusive, sheltered and well landscaped park and a relaxing base at the gateway to Killarney, National Park and Lakes and for touring the beautiful south west. The sheer beauty of this area can be experienced by daily coach tours from the site to explore such delights as the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, Gap of Dunloe and Killarney Highlights. There is a myriad of further attractions to explore including Beara Peninsula, Gougane Barra, Skellig Michael (Europe's oldest monastic settlement).
Three toilet blocks are of a high standard, including showers, toilets and baby changing. Accessible facilities. Dish washing area. Chemical toilet point. Motorhome services. Campers’ drying room and two laundries. Small shop (1/6-1/9). Information room. Two TV rooms and a games room. Fishing (advice and permits provided). Canoeing (own canoes). Bicycle hire. Woodland walks. Wi-Fi free. Outdoor Picnic Area. Bicycle Hire. Dog Walking Area. Late-night arrivals area. Bus stop adjacent. Train station 2 miles. Tents allowed. Earliest arrival time 12 noon.
From Cork/Mallow on N22- N72: at N22 - N72 roundabout continue towards Killarney; for 1km at 60kmh sign turn first left into road signposted Ballycasheen Road, Fleming's White Bridge. Continue for about 300 yards to Archway entrance. From Limerick: follow N22 (Cork); pass Super Valu and Killarney Heights Hotel. Take the first right (signpost) and continue 300 yards to archway entrance. From Kenmare on N71: on outskirts of Killarney, at traffic lights turn right and continue for 1.25 miles to site entrance on right.
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