Alan Rogers Review
This family run park is located in the heart of Kerry, on the gateway to the Dingle peninsula and just north of the Ring of Kerry and Killarney. Woodlands is an ideal base, only ten minutes walk from Tralee town centre via the town park and famous rose garden. Located on a 16-acre elevated site approached by a short road and a bridge that straddles the River Lee; once on site the town seems far removed with a countryside environment taking over. Hedging, trees, grazing fields and the distant Slieve Mish Mountain create the setting. There are 135 pitches including 85 super pitches with hardstanding, electricity (10A), water and drainage and a grass area.
The park has a landscaped entrance and tropical shrubs, cordyline palms and flower beds have been planted around the park. The owners of Woodlands have designed and equipped their park to a high standard including a clubhouse. The town park is home to the Kerry County Museum and Siamsa Tire, the National Folk Theatre of Ireland, with nightly performances. In addition to the river, there is a canal bank walk to Blennerville village and its famous windmill.