In the heart of the Wicklow mountains, the hospitable owner of this park maintains high standards. It is neatly laid out with rows of trees dividing the different areas and giving an attractive appearance. There are 42 hardstanding pitches for caravans and motorhomes, some sloping, all with electricity (16A), plus 30 pitches for tents, arranged off tarmac access roads. There are excellent walks around the Varty Lakes and a daily bus service to Dublin city. Close by are the Wicklow Mountains and the Sally Gap, Glendalough, Powerscourt Gardens, plus many other places of natural beauty. Apart from its scenic location, this site is well placed for the ferry ports.
It is a ten minute stroll from the park to the village centre, which has a small supermarket, a butcher, a greengrocer and several pubs, takeaways and restaurants. This is the closest park to Glendalough, 15 minutes away by car. You might like to stop a little before that at Laragh, which has souvenir shops, cafés and pubs.