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Camping near Dublin

  • 24-03-2005 7:59pm
    Closed Accounts Posts: 1

    Hello, I live in England. My friend & I are coming over to Ireland at the end of July in our motorhomes. We will be arriving at Dublin at 6 pm on a Monday evening. We have a site booked from the Tuesday night but need somewhere to stop on the Monday night, preferably not too far from Dublin. We don't want an expensive holday type site with club & everything, just somewhere quiet where we can park up & sleep till we're ready to set off on our Irish travels the next morning.

    Over here we have a lot of little camping sites with few facilities which are behind Pubs - do you have anything like that in Ireland?


  • Registered Users Posts: 78,412 ✭✭✭✭Victor

    What port are you arriving through?

  • Site Banned Posts: 159 ✭✭Drummer

    Well, you could generally park up in any car park that isn't being used. There are plenty of Supermarkets and Pubs that would have somewhere quiet to park up. Some would be empty even. I assume u r going to Corkagh campsite - if so - i know an ideal spot if u wanna contact me.

  • Registered Users Posts: 3,990 ✭✭✭68 lost souls

    theres a camp site with good pitches about 2-3 miles outside dublin city its called camac valley

  • Site Banned Posts: 159 ✭✭Drummer

    Camac Valley - thats the Corkagh one i was talkin about. More like 8miles outside Dublin.