Camac Valley Tourist Caravan and Camping Park

Address: Green Isle Link Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 22, Ireland | Campground
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This campground, located in the Ballyfermot - Drimnagh area of Dublin, is near Kilmainham Gaol Historical Museum, Iveagh Gardens, Drimnagh Castle, and Kylemore Karting.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCamac Valley Tourist Caravan and Camping Park Dublin

    Reviewed by abbatravels


    Reviewed Mar 15, 2012
    by (3 reviews) Darwin , Australia Flag of Australia

    The camp sites are spacious and tidy, along with the toilet block. The showers, however, must be paid for by token. We were not advised of this when checking in. It seemed ridiculous as most motorhomes have their own showers - so we simply shower there for free - what's the point??? The Hop on Hop Off Bus picked us up from the front of the park - so that made it easy for us. Whilst we were advised that the last bus was at 5.45pm, the last bus to Camac was at 4.30pm - so guess what - we missed that one. We popped on our "lucky' St Patrick's day hats and hopped we'd be able to catch the later bus home. Thankfully we were in luck.

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