Camac Valley

from £18.95 to £36.20 Per unit

Overview

  • A popular site for couples

    Great site for couples

  • Campsites ideally located for experiencing local culture

    Great site for culture

  • Campsites that are perfect for a short getaway

    Great site for short breaks

A great base for Dublin and beyond.

A spacious and secure site with an airy feel, adjoining the 300-acre public Corkagh Park and with views to the hills. Convenient either as a stop en route to all areas of the Emerald Isle, or for a longer stay to visit Dublin with its lovely Georgian architecture, lively Temple Bar district and tours of the famous Guinness brewery. Good day trips are the Wicklow hills and the Irish National Stud

Location

Located on the western edge of the Dublin suburbs, off the busy N7 road to Limerick and near Dublin’s outer ring road. Dublin centre 6 miles, Dublin port 8 miles.

Local transport (2017): Bus stop outside of site entrance for services into Dublin city centre. Sightseeing bus also departs from the campsite daily.

Pitches

Large, open, shaded or part-shaded pitches; all-service, 10A with hardstanding; or a tent area without electricity.

Information

Low Season
Busy during Easter and Bank Holiday periods, quieter at other times.

High Season
Busy with campers from around Europe.

Worth noting

- Dublin municipal site

- BBQs permitted

- Dogs welcome

- Ice pack freezing

- THE SITE BARRIER is open during reception hours (0830-1900)

Site Accessibility

Dedicated accessible facilities

Ramp to reception. Flat access to special unisex washrooms including: shower with grab rail and seat; washbasin with grab rails, lever taps, low level mirror and low level clothes hook; raised wc with grab rail. Flat terrain, with main routes and pathways of tarmac.

Facilities

Camac Valley has the following facilities on or around the site.

  • Small shop

    Small shop

  • Hotel restaurant and bar 0.5 mile

    Hotel restaurant and bar 0.5 mile

  • Campers' kitchen

    Campers' kitchen

  • Modern wash blocks (showers €2)

    Modern wash blocks (showers €2)

  • Special campers’ price at adjacent Corkagh Park fisheries

    Special campers’ price at adjacent Corkagh Park fisheries

  • Wi-fi not on all pitches (free)

    Wi-fi not on all pitches (free)

  • Hot and soft drinks machine

    Hot and soft drinks machine

  • Local take-away deliveries to site

    Local take-away deliveries to site

  • Children’s playground

    Children’s playground

  • Washing machines

    Washing machines

  • Facility to pay e-flow M50 motorway charge at campsite reception

    Facility to pay e-flow M50 motorway charge at campsite reception

Reviews

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4.7

the site was next to the local park, which has it own dog exercise area, pet corner, fishing...

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the site was next to the local park, which has it own dog exercise area, pet corner, fishing lakes and more. the local village Cloudalkin is about 20 mins walking distance away and well worth a visit. the bus service is good. we booked on Finn McCools game of thrones and causeway coach tour and used the local taxi because of the early start, well worth doing ( even for non fans like us). the only problem with the site was the light sensor in both the ladies and the kitchen, which we were assured by the staff they would get fixed a.s.a.p. this was the only minor issue with the campsite, everything else was perfect. we will definitely be using the campsite if we visit Dublin again.

  • Location: Town
  • Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
  • Friendliness: 5
  • Cleanliness: 5
  • Facilities: 4
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2.3

We stopped over in transit from the south of the Republic to Ulster.

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We stopped over in transit from the south of the Republic to Ulster. Location and access were good for this and I suppose it would be a good base for exploring Dublin but I would try and find another site for that if I came this way again. The facilities block is dated and cleaning arrangements are lacking. We resent the �2 charge for a shower and dodging the abandoned litter in the cubicles. The entry barrier set is chaotic. Overall, it seemed the staff are overwhelmed.

  • Towing: Easy
  • Location: Town
  • Suitable For: Families
  • Friendliness: 4
  • Cleanliness: 1
  • Facilities: 2
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4.7

We only stayed 1 night as a convenient stopover for the ferry, wished we'd had more time.

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We only stayed 1 night as a convenient stopover for the ferry, wished we'd had more time. We came from Gallway & arrived about 2 pm after a very relaxing trip (travelling in Ireland seemed so much more relaxing than in the UK! Pitches were very generous & I think you could be comfortable here even in the busiest times. It's right next to a large park and we were able to go for a lovely walk before sttling down for our return journey to the England. We would definately return and spend more time at this site. The sun also came out which was a rareity during our trip to the west coast!

  • Towing: Easy
  • Location: Town,Country,Lake
  • Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
  • Friendliness: 4
  • Cleanliness: 5
  • Facilities: 5
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3.7

Normally, when booking in on any site you are either escorted to your pitch, given a pitch...

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Normally, when booking in on any site you are either escorted to your pitch, given a pitch number or shown your pitch on a site map. None of these happened to us and we were simply told to 'go anywhere' which I though was unusual. I toured the site and found a pitch. Half way through setting up camp, a female staff member appeared on a buggy, abruptly telling us we could not camp there. I explained what we had been told at reception but she told me that was not the case. I thought this odd because she was not in reception when we booked in! We had to take our tent down and move it, which was an unnecessary faff. The site is located next to the N7 dual carriageway which is as busy as any UK motorway and also not far from a military airbase. There is therefore a constant din of traffic and aircraft operating 24/7, including low flying helicopters, so do not expect a quiet time. The site also lacks any form of shop for essentials such as bread or milk and the nearest shopping area is Clondalkin town about 2 miles away. On the plus side the site is on a bus route direct into Dublin and also the city tour bus stops at the site. It is located on the edge of Crokagh Park which is beautiful, well kept and large. The Wifi around the main reception is very good and the facilities are as expected, clean if a little tired in places. The showers cost extra, using tokens. Security appeared good with barrier access and CCTV cameras and the entire site is surrounded by high hedging.

  • Towing: Easy
  • Location: Town
  • Suitable For: Families
  • Friendliness: 2
  • Cleanliness: 5
  • Facilities: 4

Pricing

Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.

Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.

Please proceed to book in order to find the latest prices, availability, or if you are looking to start your stay within less than 1 week, please call 024 7767 0375.

Contact Centre Opening Hours: 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

(Closed 1.00pm-1.30pm on Wednesday, closed Bank Holidays)

Saturday: 9.00am to 1.00pm (January)

More information on pricing can be found here.