Fleming's White Bridge Caravan and Camping Park
Ballycasheen Road, Killarney, Co Kerry, Republic of IrelandView on map
Why stay here ...
Fáilte Ireland Award - "Best Inland Park" in Ireland Award of Excellence - Best Park in Ireland
A multi-award winning park in a prime location 1 mile east of Killarney town.
Fleming's White Bridge offers an exclusive, sheltered and well landscaped park and a relaxing base at the gateway to Killarney, National Park and Lakes and for touring the beautiful south west. The sheer beauty of this area can be experienced by daily coach tours from the site to explore such delights as the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, Gap of Dunloe and Killarney Highlights. There is a myriad of further attractions to explore including Beara Peninsula, Gougane Barra, Skellig Michael (Europe's oldest monastic settlement).
Fleming's White Bridge offers spacious level pitches, attractively defined by trees and shrubs and flowers abound. Top class amenities complement the unique Irish charm of this family-run and supervised site. This area is a haven for outdoor pursuits with free fishing on site, hillwalking, trekking, mountain climbing, golf, pitch and putt, horse riding, safe cycle routes (bike hire available on site), kayaking, boat trips, bird watching and walking galore. You'll have earned that pint at our local "Old Mill" with music and food which is an easy stroll from the site. A host of shops, restaurants and pubs await. The staff will happily help you plan your holiday with local information and advice. Fáilte - Welcome.
From Cork/Mallow on N22- N72: at N22 - N72 roundabout continue towards Killarney; for 1km at 60kmh sign turn first left into road signposted Ballycasheen Road, Fleming's White Bridge. Continue for about 300 yards to Archway entrance. From Limerick: follow N22 (Cork); pass Super Valu and Killarney Heights Hotel. Take the first right (signpost) and continue 300 yards to archway entrance. From Kenmare on N71: on outskirts of Killarney, at traffic lights turn right and continue for 1.25 miles to site entrance on right.
- Lat 52.05711 / Lon -9.47592
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Nationwide destinations
- Daily public Transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Killarney
- Train station within 5 miles
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This is a big site with excellent clean facilities, plenty of open space and friendly helpful staff.I counted 3 toilet and shower blocks. On arrival we were greeted by a young woman in reception who went out of her way to ensure we had all relevant information. The site is in a sheltered location which we appreciated in the wet and windy conditions of our 2 night stay. We were a little disappointed to discover that Killarney centre is actually 2 miles away rather than the mile stated in the handbook so rather than walking we took a taxi. Once again the receptionist was helpful booking a taxi for us and the cost into town was a reasonable 8 euros. Killarney itself was busy as it was race weekend. There are a lot of souvenir and wool clothing shops which we thought were a bit on the expensive side. As well as its convenient location for Killarney itself most of the attractions of county Kerry are within easy reach.
Site contact details
- 00 353 64 6631590 / 00353 86 3630266