Gather Your Tent, Put On Your Rugsack And Head Off To County Kerry
Take a tour of Kerry’s inspirational coastline and stunning national parks. For anyone that loves the great outdoors, Kerry is a dream destination. This charming county has it all, with truly sublime scenery, exceptionally friendly locals, internationally renowned spas, gorgeous little villages and excellent restaurants and sensational pubs.
Kerry’s exceptional coastline is a series of peninsulas that open out into larger bays and give a totally unique feeling to the county, with craggy hills that tumble down into the choppy ocean below, and a remote, untouched aspect to the land.
A drive around the Ring of Kerry or the Ring of Beara, which crosses the border into Cork, is an unforgettable way to experience the best that this awe-inspiring landscape has to offer.
But if all that feels like too much hard work, then head to one of the utterly lovely villages like Sneem, Kenmare or Dingle and wile your afternoons away eating fresh seafood, drinking creamy pints and listening to some utterly authentic traditional music.
But before you head off make sure you have packed your wellies and wet-gear, your fleeces, beanies or woolly hats if camping outside of July and August. Then there is the fleecy campfire blanket , torches, plates, bowl, cup, cutlery and washing up basin.
Then there is a sharp knife, camping stove, matches (Whatever you do don`t forget them). While you are packing throw in your first aid kit, eco shampoo and body wash, hairbrush … maybe ….., your towel, a kitchen roll, baby wipes, citronella candles, picnic blanket for when the sun shines, yoga mat (for folks like Morris at least) kelly kettle, deck of cards, pass the pigs, books of course and swimming gear if camping on the coast.
Tralee & Tralee Bay
Sir Rogers Caravan Park Ardfert
Ring Of Kerry
Ring of Beara
Sir Rogers Caravan Park is a beautifully landscaped family run park located beside Banna’s blue flag beach. Sir Rogers Caravan and Camping places an emphasis on safety and security, making it ideal for families visiting County Kerry. The three-star park is located at Banna Mountain near Ardfert and within easy reach of a beach, a picturesque seaside location against panoramic backdrop of the Slieve Mish Mountain Range.
The 2.5-hectare park is fully equipped with toilets, showers, camper’s kitchen, launderette, hard stands, electricity, a safe playground and sports field.
Banna’s blue - flag, life guard patrolled (summer months) beach is just a 200 metres stroll from the park and hosts a surf school offering surfing, boogie boarding, wet suit hire and lessons; pony trekking and unparallel views across the Atlantic Ocean.
The area also hosts a leisure centre, bar & restaurant and shop (open during high season) all within easy walking distance. Sir Rogers is owned and operated by a family who dedicate themselves to providing excellent customer service and we pride ourselves on upholding our excellent safety record (access to park via security barrier only).
In addition, the warm friendly atmosphere is supported by our high quality facilities on site catering for you and your family’s needs, including launderette, campers’ kitchen, new playground, sports amenity area, tourist information, showers and toilets. Due to our proximity to the beach our guests enjoy the pleasure of waking up to the sound of the waves!
Things to do:
There’s the Blue Flag Banna beach, surf school, pub, leisure centre, restaurant and shop. Other local amenities include the Aquadome, Fenit Pier, Siamsa Tire National Folk Theatre, Dingle Ocean World. Popular activities include golf, pitch and putt, fishing, paint ball and go karting.
There are numerous charming seaside villages within 5 – 10 minutes drive away offering all the regular conveniences, as well as outdoor pursuits such as fishing, golf, pitch & putt, hiking and water sports.
If it is some of the famous Irish craic and Guinness you are after, then our local traditional pubs with live music every weekend will be just the place for you!
Tralee Town is just 15 minutes drive from our great location where holiday makers may indulge in shopping, tennis, go karting and paint-balling, an evening at the theatre, catch a movie, visit the many tourist attractions or splash the day away in the Aqua Dome.
Should you wish to experience the other delights County Kerry has to offer, we are just 35 minutes away from Killarney town - a cornerstone on the famous Ring of Kerry tour.
Anchor Caravan Park
This is the beach which adjoins the Park. It is less than 4 minutes walk from our central amenity block and stretches for about 13 miles along the north coast of the Dingle Peninsula. Naturally we think our stretch is the best - it's golden sand, still usable at high tide for safe bathing and never crowded. If you come in April, May or September, you may be the only people on it!
The Anchor Caravan and Camping Park is an ideal base for touring Kerry. It is a well run, sheltered park with a high standard in cleanliness and hygiene, ideal base for touring the Dingle Peninsula, Killarney, Ring of Kerry. Direct access to a beautiful sandy beach and safe bathing.
There is a lot of exciting scenery to be seen including the Conor Pass towards Dingle and Slea Head Drive, from where you can see the Blasket Islands. There are great places to visit like Dingle, Inch Strand (where Ryan's Daughter was filmed), Killarney and the Ring of Kerry.
As you might expect, there's lots of water sports especially windsurfing. There's fishing (coarse and for brown trout) diving, golf, and good walking and cycling. We are on The Dingle Way.
Many of the restaurants and pubs close by offer excellent food at all price levels. Some have Irish music in the evening and all have "the craic". There is good shopping in Tralee and Dingle. CastleGregory (1mile) has a well stocked general store with cash dispenser and a few other shops.
There's so much to do that you may run out of time before you get through even half of it.
Green Acres Caravan Park located on the beach, ideally situated for touring the Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Kerry and surrounding area was established in 1992 and has remained a family run park, welcoming visitors to Aughacasla near Castlegregory in County Kerry.
Aughacasla is perfectly located on Tralee Bay,along the Dingle peninsula where the Atlantic Ocean laps onto the golden beaches with the backdrop of Slieve Mish mountain.
Green Acres Caravan Park is close to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country, with rugged rolling hills, mountains, lakes, and exciting outdoor activities from mountain biking and hill walking to sailing and fishing - right on the doorstep
Europe's most westerly campsite, situated at the edge of the World on the tranquil, beautiful and pure Dingle peninsula.
campsite is the nearest campsite to Dingle
Town. Situated in the heart of the fior Gaeltacht, Baile na nGall is a
Gaelic speaking area. Surrounded by music, poetry, history, archaeology,
culture and scenery. Walk the way of the Saints to Mount Brandon, or the Dingle
Way and visit the famous Blasket Islands.
The camp is situated right in the middle of the Dingle Outdoor Archaeological Museum, right beside Gallarus Oratory & Riasc Cross.
Campsite facilities and information
Taste the food, hear the music, feel the fresh air, in this special spiritual space. Family run campsite with pub and restaurant in nearby Baile na nGall fishing village. Onsite information centre and local historical reg. tour guide. Bi Linn.
Dogs are allowed on lead only and under control but not between 20th July & 10th August. Owner's reponsibility
KIDS FREE DURING OFF PEAK MONTHS
Outdoor & Indoor activities within 8km- Waterworld Dive Centre, Watersports, Ocean World Aquarium, Climbing Wall (play at height), Blasket Centre, Wildlife Seal Sanctuary, Museums, Pottery, Brewer's World of Leisure.
Within 5km from the site: Beaches, Pubs with music, Restaurants, Hill Walking hikes, Archaelogical site, angling, swimming, horse riding, boating, surfing, canoeing, boat trips.
A Caravan or Camping holiday in Killarney, Co. Kerry at the highly recommended Beech Grove Caravan and Camping Park is a magical experience. A family run site with panoramic views overlooking Killarney's lower lake.
Set in a wooded background. Central to National Park, Muckross House, Ross Castle, Riding Stables, Ireland's highest mountain, Golf Courses and River Laune for fishing.
Also on site are 8 static luxury mobile homes for hire. Panoramic scenery abounds locally with views the majestic Mcgillycuddy Reeks.
Currently open until 30th September you will find your stay at Beech Grove Park an ideal base for both exploring Killarney town and its nearby attractions and also for touring the famous ‘Kingdom of Kerry’.
Family Run Caravan Park close to Killarney. The O'Donoghue Family of Killarney have been welcoming visitors since 1962 to their award winning, sheltered, peaceful Touring Park which is set in the countryside surrounded by green fields but only a few minutes by car from Killarney.
The park is bordered by a beautiful wood of oak and holly trees. There are farm walks to the River Flesk, where there is free fishing. The Park welcomes touring caravans, motor homes, dormobiles and tents. There are holiday self-catering apartments also.
The Caravan & Camping Park is the ideal base for the Ring of Kerry, Dingle and Beara Peninsulas. National Park, Muckross House, Ross Castle (ancestral home of the O'Donoghues).
The Killarney Lakes are within cycling distance 5km approx. Coach Tours arranged at Caravan Park - coach collects and returns to Caravan Park. Book your tour at reception the previous evening. There is also the Killarney to Kenmare bus route with a stop right at the park gates.
White Villa Farm Caravan Park Facilities
The park has 30 electric hook ups for tourers and tents, spotlessly clean washrooms, fully tiled showers, kitchen with fridge freezer and TV, laundry room, motor home hygiene service area, payphone, picnic tables, free fishing, dog walks, local information and personal supervision. Free Wi-Fi
There is a lovely walk to the River Flesk, which meanders through the farm, and a quiet country lane walk from the park to the local pub and restaurant. Visit our National Farm Museum and Traditional Irish Cottage. The National Park, Lakes of Killarney, Muckross House and Ross Castle (the ancestral home of the O Donoghues) are within cycling distance (6km. approx).
Ideal base for touring
the Ring of Kerry, Dingle and Beara Peninsulas. Coach tours to these places and
the Gap of Dunloe leave the Park every morning.
There is a very good Taxi service available. Public Bus stops on request at Park entrance.
Fleming's White Bridge quietly nestles on the banks of the river Flesk in a multi award-winning well sheltered, well landscaped rural setting and yet only one mile east of Killarney.
This is a unique multi-award winning riverside park, where an Irish welcome & ambience ensures a memorable stay, spacious and level pitches in a tranquil hidden haven.
The park is situated in a prime Location: away from all busy roads & yet only a walk to town. Ideal relaxing base to enjoy Killarney and the South-West.
Fleming's White Bridge park is attractively divided into three parts. The river Flesk flows by and Woodford stream meanders down to link with it.
This is a picturesque setting surrounded by mountains, trees and abundant wildlife, there is nothing but nature surrounding this delightful spot. You can see it, hear it, smell it and feel it all around.
The sites river frontage affords anglers the luxury of pursuing their sport without ever having to budge from this delightful spot.
A daily coach service is available to whisk you into the glorious countryside to explore the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula and the Gap of Dunloe Variety Trip.
Apart from the scenic grandeur and flora and fauna, this area offers the visitor a wealth of interest - hill walking, mountain climbing, swimming, cycle routes, golf courses, horse riding, castles and and historical houses - the list is endless!
Moreover, when your senses are replete from all that exploring, there is a host of excellent local restaurants and a choice of bars. Our local pub and restaurant "The Old Mill" is within easy walking distance. Come and see for yourself -and succumb to the magic of the beautiful South West of Ireland.
Why choose Fleming's White Bridge?
Chosen as: The Caravan Club Site
Recommended by: All Reputable guides & Discerning Campers!
40 tent pitches
46 caravan & motorhome pitches
Luxury Mobile Homes for hire.
A short leisurely walk from the site:
1. "The Old Mill" Pub & Restaurant with a Bistro also - menus available at site reception
2. Super Valu Supermarket open 7am - 11pm (Open 7 days) with complete deli and meat counter
3. Super Macs / McDonalds Take-Away or Eat In
4. Irish Breakfast Rolls served daily
5. Excellent Off Licence - Wines, Whiskeys, beers etc
6. Topaz Petrol Station and Shop
7. Bank, ATM machine & Bureau de Change
8. Hairdresser & Beautician
Coach Tours departing from the site daily
Give the driver in your party a rest and avail of this wonderful coach service from the site bookings taken at site reception for the following daily tours:
Full day tours:
Half Day Tour:
What More Would You Want?
Killarney Flesk camping and Caravan Park is situated
at the start of the Kerry Way , there is a walk and cycle path leading directly
from the caravan park into Killarney National Park and lakes enabling you to
enjoy the magnificent woodlands, mountains and native deer of Killarney. The
Flesk is also the nearest located caravan park to Killarney town centre.
The site has been voted A.A. Best Parks Award, Practical Caravan Best Park Award, A.A. Award winning sanitation facilities in the Lake District of South West Ireland.
Gateway to National Park and Lakes. At the start of the Kerry walk/cycle path from caravan park into National Park and Lakes. Recommended by: A.A., ANWB,ICCC, MCC, Alan Rogers, ACSI, CCC, IMCC and countless guests. While being the nearest located caravan park to Killarney town centre. One can enjoy the magnificent woodlands and mountains of Killarney National Park and the rare native deer.
Killarney Flesk Park Facilities
kitchen, laundry, Hotel, Restaurant / Take Away, Bar/Bar Food, Entertainment
(High season), Bike Rental, Disabled facilities, Taxi Service, Wet weather
shelter, 24 hour supervision, Supermarket/Garage 100m, .
Adjacent Gleneagle Hotel offers: 25m Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, Childrens Splash Pool, Jacuzzi, Sauna & Steam Room, Creche & Miracle Activity Centre, Gymnasium, Snooker, Squash, Tennis, 18 Hole Pitch & Putt, Par 3 Golf, Beauty Salon, O'D's over 25 Nite Club.
Nightly entertainment includes cabaret and singing pub with performances by Ireland's leading entertainers, Ireland's National Events Centre.
Killarney offers endless cycling opportunities through its National
Park, around its Lakes and unspoilt countryside or, for the more adventurous,
through its many mountain passes and valleys. If cycling is your passion, you
can hire a bike at Flesk caravan park and explore and discover the Killarney
Valley at your leisure. Bring a picnic on the carrier and dine by the lakes.
Killarney is an ideal location for every level of Cyclist, there are numerous on road and off road trails in the Killarney area.
Gap Of Dunloe
The trip comprises of: Bus or Cycle 8 miles to Kate Kearney's Cottage.
Cycle or Walk the Gap 8 miles to Lord Brandon’s Cottage, then Boat (open boat ) 13 miles back to Ross Castle. You can also cycle through the Black Valley and continue to Moll's Gap and cycle back to Killarney.
There are few places elsewhere on this earth that can offer the outdoor enthusiast such wonderful choice within such an intimate and hospitable location. It is said that "in Killarney, you will find a different walking route for every day in the year". At any time of year, with or without guides, walkers can choose from low level parkland walks around beautiful lakes and through some of Ireland's oldest Oakwoods, to higher level hill walks on old coach roads and bridle paths, or for the more adventurous, take on the 3000 feet + summits of the "iconic" MacGillicuddy Reeks. Long and short "linear" walks including some of the pioneering "way marked" walks like the Kerry Way and the Dingle Way can be navigated in full or in part. Killarney has a plethora of "loop walks" where walkers return to the start point without recovering their steps - some can be completed in 30 minutes while others can take 4+ hours.
Hill Walking in Kerry has so much to offer, ridges, peaks, valleys and pathways. The Kerry Way runs through the County of Kerry and can be picked up in Killarney.
Killarney is Ireland's premiere tourist destination and offers some of the Best Fishing in Ireland. Three main fresh water lakes and numerous smaller lakes and rivers, make it an ideal base to fish the South West.
Ring Of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry tours is a 110 mile trip around some of the most
breathtaking scenery in Ireland. You travel through towns such as Killorglin,
Carhirciveen, Sneem and Waterville and there amazing panoramic views of
We can arranage a tour for you and you will be collected from outside the caravan park.
To see the Dingle Peninsula properly you need a full day, leaving Killarney at around 10 am and returning around 6 PM would be about right. The Dingle Peninsula or Corca Dhuibhne stretches 30 miles (48 kilometers) into the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland's south-west coast. The peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest peak. The coastline consists of steep sea-cliffs, broken by sandy beaches, with two large sand spits at Inch in the south and the Maharees to the north. The Blasket Islands lie to the west of the peninsula.
The Skelligs Islands
The Skellig Islands, Skellig Michael and Small Skellig, stand aloof in the Atlantic Ocean some 12 km southwest of Valencia Island, County Kerry.
From any angle, or from any vantage point on the nearby Ring of Kerry, they are spectacular pinnacles, which have magnetized viewers throughout all history – and beyond. These Skellig islands are world-famous, each in its own right: Skellig Michael is known throughout the world of archaeology as the site of a well-preserved monastic outpost of the Early Christian period – now designated a World Heritage Site; Small Skellig is equally renowned in matters of ornithology.