About Eagle Point Camping
Pebbled beaches suitable for water sports
Stay at Eagle Point Camping and enjoy top standard amenities and a relaxing base for touring the West Cork/South Kerry region. The Park, situated on a peninsula, has a safe and sheltered coastline, with pebbled beaches suitable for watersports. Activities include boating, windsurfing, sailing, swimming and fishing. Football field, Tennis Court and small playground on the park. A slipway allows for easy boat launch. Foodstore and petrol station at the park entrance.
Within 10km of park: Two golf courses. Hillwalks on two national way marked walkways (Beara Way and Sheeps Head Way), Glengarriff State Forest, Garnish Island, Bantry House and Gardens, riding stables, shops, restaurants, bars and craftshops.
A little further afield: Beara, Sheeps Head, Mizen peninsulas, Gougane Barra, Killarney National Park, The West Cork Islands. (Whiddy, Cape Clear, Sherkin, Bere Island etc), and colourful West Cork towns including Kinsale, Castletownsend, Schull, Baltimore, Union Hall, Glandore, Castletownbere, Eyeries.
Pre-booking Policy: Peak season pre-booking is advised for electric pitches and reserved prior to June 20th. No pre-booking Bank Holiday weekends. Daily availability in low season. Departure time 12 noon. Additional charge for overstay.
For Safety reasons: The use of bicycles, skates, scooters, jet skies and such items are not allowed on the park.
We are solely a tourist park: Commercial vehicles are not permitted.
No Dogs accepted on the park.
Electric points caravans
Ice Pack Freezing Facilities
No Dogs Allowed
Washing & Ironing
|Unit + 2 Adults + 2 Children||€39.00||€44.00|
|Unit + 2 Adults||€33.00||€38.00|
Extra Charges Levied
| Extra Car
Extra Large Tent
- Great break away – Stayed in eagle point for 4 nights. What a wonderful site to visit. Cannot say enough good things about it. Brilliant friendly staff. Spotlessly clean site . And I mean spotless. Loads of free showers with loads of hot water. Camper kitchen with washing machines and dryers. Beautiful views out over the bay.Only a few minutes walk to a great centra supermarket. About 10 mins to nearest pup. Short drive into Bantry. Date of stay: September 2021
A slice of Heaven – There are no words to adequately describe this campsite.After spending eght nights here we’ll be heartbroken to be leaving it behind. Jutting out into yhe calm waters of Bantry bay and with little strands at every turn our children were in Heaven. We swam at least twice every single day (beaches are stoney so bring swimshoes) regardless of weather and we did get a mixed back of rain and sunshine. Situated at the start of the Beara Penninsula we did day trips down to Alihies and Ereyees, drive through the stunning Healyband Caha Passes, Mizen Head, Sheeos Head, Schull, Barley Cove, Gougane Barra.Our hearts are broken to be pulling out of Eagle Point this morning, a little part of us will stay here until we revisit someday.Date of stay: August 2021
From: Cork: (100km) N71 Cork to Bandon; R586 Bandon to Bantry; N71 Bantry towards Glengarriff. Entrance 6.4km from Bantry. From: Killarney. Tow Route: (90km) N22 Killarney to Macroom: R584 Macroom to Ballylickey Bridge: N71 towards Glengarriff. Entrance 800mtrs from Ballylickey Bridge. From: Killarney. Scenic Route: (72km) N71 Killarney to Kenmare, Glengarriff and towards Bantry. Entrance 11km from Glengarriff. Mountain Tunnel Road Height 3.6mtrs