Alan Rogers Review
Whether you use this park as a stopover, to or from Rosslare Port, or choose it for a longer stay, you will find it to be a quiet relaxing location. Situated minutes from the pretty village of Kilmuckridge it offers well maintained and clean facilities. The 100 pitches are numbered and marked by concrete slabs, each with electricity (10A) and drainage point. Spacing can be a little tight in high season when the park gets very busy. There are 145 privately owned caravan holiday homes on site but these are unobtrusive and kept separate by high hedging.
The entrance to the touring park is to the right of reception by way of a tarmac drive. This leads to the secluded, gently sloping, grass pitches which enjoy an open aspect. They overlook marshland which attracts wild geese and ducks, whilst the sea brings in crabs, eels and fish. To the right of the site lie the sand hills and pathways to the beach which is supervised by lifeguards in high season. Kilmuckridge is about 3 km. with an assortment of shops, pubs offering nightly entertainment and top class restaurants, such as The Rafters, a picturesque spot which helps characterise this charming village.
Two sanitary blocks, one opened for the high season, include showers, WCs and facilities for disabled visitors. Launderette. Motorcaravan services. Good night lighting. Shop, snacks and takeaway in high season. Games room (from June). Two tennis courts. Play area. Dogs are only accepted in certain areas.
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Golf Nearby
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
Site is 25 km. east of Enniscorthy. Travelling south on N11 Dublin/Wexford road branch onto R741 at Gorey. Continue for 19 km. to Ballyedmund. Turn left at petrol station and follow signs for Kilmuckridge and site.