Alan Rogers Review
Providing a true feel of the countryside, this park is part of a working sheep farm. It offers incredible vistas across a scenic landscape, yet is within driving distance of Dublin and Rosslare. Driving into the village of Donard you little suspect that alongside the main street lies a pleasant, well cared for and tranquil five acre campsite. The entrance is approached by way of a short road where the ruins of a medieval church sit high overlooking the forecourt and reception. There are 40 pitches for caravans and tents. Spacious pitches with hardstanding line both sides of a broad avenue, incorporating ample space for awnings and all with 10A Europlug. The entrance road is very narrow and requires great care.
A large field takes tents and further caravans. The site makes a good base for touring or going on foot, for this area is a paradise for walkers with a 30 minute circular walk around the perimeter of the site. Those with larger units are advised to contact the site to check accessibility. We had great difficulty negotiating the access with an 8 m. caravan.
The toilet block is kept very clean and includes spacious showers. Facilities for visitors with disabilities. Well equipped laundry room. Good quality campers’ kitchen. Large recreation/entertainment room with open fire. Three large barbecues and patio area. Caravan storage. WiFi.
- American Motor Homes
- Bar Nearby
- Fishing Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
- TV on Site
- Small Site
Park is 16.5 km. south of Blessington. Leave M50 Dublin ring motorway at exit 10 to join N81 southwest for 19 km. to Blessington. Continue on N81 for a further 16.5 km. and turn left at Old Toll House pub onto local road and follow signs to park in Donard village (3.5 km).
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Latitude Longitude 53.0212 -6.61562
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