Camping Parks Dublin

Throughout Dublin city and county you will find an abundance of attractions to discover and explore, from museums to more modern forms of entertainment. Whether your interest is sport, history, art or literature, or to visit the famous Dublin zoo, eat in a castle or follow in the footsteps of Dublin's many musical legends, there's something for everyone in Dublin.

Camac Valley Tourist Caravan & Camping Park
Address:Naas Road
Co Dublin
Contact:Brian Begley
Phone:01 4640644
E-mail: reservations@camacvalley.com
Website:http://www.camacvalley.com
Number of Pitches:113
Size:15 Hectares
Open : All Year


Camac Valley is Dublin's premier Caravan & Camping Park with top class facilities easily capable of handling large numbers. Groups & Rallies are well catered for in the spacious and fully serviced hardstands each with a hedged off garden and with water, electricity, grey waste water connections.Accessibility features - 7 accessible shower/toilet areas, accessible camper's kitchen and laundry room. All public areas have ramped access. Guide & hearing dogs welcome.
FREE WIFI AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE PARK
Camac Valley Caravan Park offers top class facilities.Open all year with 113 hard stands, children's playground, all-weather putting green, reception area and shop providing snacks tea/coffee, ice-cream and a limited supply of household essentials.Dublin City Hop on/Hop off Tour Bus calls to our car park forecourt 7 days. Adults €15.50 (2 day ticket) children free. Regular scheduled bus service No. 69 to city centre from and returning bus stops at entrance gate.
DOGS WELCOME
North Beach Caravan & Camping Park
Address:North Beach
Town:Rush
Co Dublin
Contact :Stephen McNally
Phone:01 8437131
E-mail: info@northbeach.ie
Website:http://www.northbeach.ie
Number of Pitches:64
Size:1.8 Hectares
Open :1 Apr - 30 Sept

This Park is family owned, managed and operated. We are the nearest caravan & camping park to the M1 and Dublin airport and on the quickest route to Dublin port (all Ferries) and we can also be reached via the M50 Motorway from Dun Laoghaire (Stena HSS Ferry). Our village has a large library with internet and free WiFi, there are also 7 restaurants and 6 pubs. Tesco & Spar supermarkets (both with ATM machines), 2 petrol stations and small shops of all descriptions. We provide a good base for visiting Dublin, Drogheda, New Grange and Boyne Valley.

North Beach is a tourist park. We do not cater for units other than specific tourist units. A maximum stay operates at the discretion of the Management. Twin Axle caravans are not permitted on North Beach. Check out time is 12 noon



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