KarlBray74 wrote: »
PARK IN CRONE WOOD Car Park Co-Ordinates here 53.164942,-6.218225 (copy and past into Google Maps)
A well known spot for a single max two tent group at the base of Djouce mountain in the Dargle Valley co-ordinates here 53.14632,-6.219209 follow the Wicklow Way when you cross the footbridge across the Dargle you will see green space on the right. Nice spot but if you are camping on a Friday/Saturday it will get busy with lots of walkers/hikers/mountain runners early and most of the day Saturday/Sunday..
darrcow wrote: »
im looking for somewhere on the dingle peninsula. anyone could recommend thanks
killanena wrote: »
Im looking to get into Wild camping myself. Is there any areas in Clare anyone would recommend?
advancingman wrote: »
Im looking to find a nice spot around Glandore , Baltimore ,Lough Hyne, Skibbereen area for spot of wild camping. Anyone know of a good spot down around there. I probably will find something but any tips would be handy ! I know there is a campsite on the way into Glandore but rather be in a secluded place preferably wooded area or near sea / lake. Thanks
advancingman wrote: »
Yes I know the place , went whale watching from there before...thanks for the info, still not sure what Im doing , Was recommended Barleycove by few people, Inchedoney looks a safe bet, and Derrynane was just thrown into the equation
Acciaccatura wrote: »
how hard is it to get permission from the county council to camp on the beach?
Eogclouder wrote: »
A group of friends and I are planning a camping trip somewhere in Galway this week.
I'm looking for suggestions on where we should go. We'd love to light a fire and we're clean, won't leave litter or mess.
Luggala valley.Approach from Roundwood on the r759 until you come to the Pier Gates which lead to Luggala Lodge. Walk through the gates along the road and down to the valley floor. Follow the grass track along the hillside to Lough Dan. Cross the Cloghoge river on stepping stones and follow the rough path along the Lough until you reach the Inchavore River. You can cross here on boulders to an island which is just what you are looking for. I've seen lots of tents here in the summer. Good luck
Thargor wrote: »
Can anyone show me on the map where this poster is talking about in this post from 2007?http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showpost.php?p=52664445&postcount=9
Im going to have to go camp there now as Ive spent so long looking for it