Alan Rogers Review
This site makes an excellent stopover if travelling from Dublin to the southeast counties. It is also ideally placed to visit local places of interest including the Shackleton exhibition, the Japanese Gardens and the Irish National Stud. Part of a working farm, the campsite spreads to the right of the modern farmhouse, which also provides B&B and holiday apartments. The owners have cleverly utilised their land to create a site which offers 64 unmarked touring pitches on level ground. Of these, 32 are for caravans, all with electricity and ten with hardstanding, and 32 places are available for tents.
Full Irish breakfasts are served at the farmhouse and farm tours are arranged on request. The park is signed on the R418 and approached by a 500-metre avenue of tall pines.
The centrally located, red brick toilet block is heated and double glazed. Spacious shower unit for disabled visitors. Family room with shower and WC. Laundry room. Campers’ kitchen with fridge/freezer, cooker, table and chairs. Comfortable, large lounge/games room (a TV can be provided). Sand pit and picnic tables.
- American Motor Homes
- Boat Launch Nearby
- All Year
- Fishing Nearby
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Golf Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Riding Nearby
- Pets allowed
- TV on Site
From exit 3 of M9 head west towards Athy on N78. Pass Athy and turn left at roundabout onto R418 signed Kilcullen. The site is signed on right after 3 km. and approached along a 500 m. avenue of tall pines.