Curragh Chase Forest Park
Curragh Chase Caravan and Camping is located just 33km southwest of Limerick City on the N69 route towards Foynes. It can be found on discovery map number 65, grid reference R-413 495.
Pay Barrier: Charge in place
|Cars: (correct change required €2, €1 and 50c coins accepted only)||€5 per car|
Purchase your Annual Admittance Card for 2009
Card costs €30 (cash or cheque) and are available locally at Curragh Chase - phone 087 9955363 or 061 396349
Please send cheque €30, payable to Coillte, along with your name and address to Eileen O Keeffe, Coillte Office, Enterprise Centre, National Technological Park, Limerick 061 504601
Curragh Chase Caravan Park
Curragh Chase Caravan Park and Camping Park, Kilcornan, Co. Limerick, Ireland
This amenity, within the ambience of a Coillte Forest park, incorporates forest walks, nature trails, gardens and the ruins of Curragh Chase House, the 18th century home of poet Aubrey deVere.
The Caravan and Camping Park is seasonal open from 1st May to mid-September. There are 50 Caravan and 40 Camping pitches with a service building providing toilets, showers and a laundrette. There is also a recreation room with an outdoor children's play area within the forest park.
Rates per night and other prices are as follows:
|Camper Van||€ 20.00
Check in Procedures: Security gate at entrance to Forest Park/Caravan and Camping park, close automatically at 6.30p.m winter time and 10.00pm. Summer time.
Check in prior to gate closure is recommenced, should you require to check in after the said times, please contact reception at Curragh Chase caravan and camping - Tel 061 396349.
Facilities: Carpark, picnic sites, children's playground, forest walks and gardens.
Walks: There are a number of trails in the park: a trail of approximately 3km takes you around the lake and gives you the opportunity of visiting the deVere monument overlooking the lake. There is also a garden walk incorporating some specimen trees and a children's playground along the way.
Tree Species: There is a large area of mixed woodlands, the greatest part of this site consists of large stands of beech, ash and oak. The oldest of these trees is about 200 years old. A large area of Norway spruce trees have also been planted.
For further information please contact:
Coillte Forest Park,
Curragh Chase Caravan and Camping,
Tel: + 353 61 396349
Fax: + 353 61 338271
View the N69 Coast Route Map - Location and Visitor's Attractions