At the gateway to the National Park and Lakes, near Killarney town, this family run, seven-acre park has undergone extensive development and offers high quality standards. Pitches vary in size and spacing and have 10A electricity. Many pitches have a good grass area for awnings, and 21 also have dedicated electricity, water and drainage. The grounds are neat and tidy with a feeling of space. The toilet block is central to most pitches and camp security appears to be tight. A well located site for the centre of Killarney and the famous Ring of Kerry.
The Flesk park is under the same management as the adjacent Victoria House Hotel and, being the nearest camping park to Killarney’s town centre is within easy walking distance from the shops and restaurants. Leisure facilities are available at the nearby Gleneagle Hotel. Convenient for a stroll to Ross Castle and its pier for lake cruises. The town’s world-famous jaunting cars pass by the entrance to the park. Nearby is the newly-restored Muckross Abbey, burned down by Oliver Cromwell in 1652, two centuries after its founding.