Alan Rogers Review
In a tranquil and scenic location, this small, family run park commands panoramic views toward the Vee Gap and Knockmealdown Mountains. In open style, surrounded by low ranch fencing, it offers 34 pitches with hardstanding for caravans and motorcaravans and ten on grass, all with 6A electrical connections, plus 20 pitches for tents. There is a range of things to do and see including a garden area, river walks, picnic area, an extensive farm museum, a pet field with selection of domestic and rare animals and birds, pony and trap rides, boating on the small lake and trout fishing river, or just sitting listening to the river flowing over the weir.
If not sitting back enjoying the scenic surroundings or participating in the many activities, there is much to see and do in this area, including visits to the Rock of Cashel, Lismore Castle or Mount Melleray Abbey.
Toilet facilities are near the top right of the site close to reception, and are kept clean and include good facilities for disabled visitors (shower and toilet). Laundry area with washing machines, dryer and sinks. Campers’ kitchen with cooker and fridge. Coffee shop and takeaway. Outdoor playground and indoor play area. Minigolf. Fishing. TV/games room.
- Accommodation to Rent
- Bar Nearby
- All Year
- Fishing on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
Take the R668 from Cahir and Lismore to Clogheen, or the R655 from Clommel and Mitchelstown. Site is on the Clommel side of Clogheen, 200 m. off the R665.