About Green Acres Caravan & Camping Park
ALL pitches have Stunning views of the sea.
Fancy your pitch on the shoreline…….. Green Acres is located in a tranquil rural setting on the southern Sea shore of the Loop Head Peninsula and directly on the “Wild Atlantic Way”. Loop Head has an unspoilt, uncrowded wind swept natural landscape. Explore Loop Head with its Stunning coastal cliff drives, cycle routes &
walks, or just RELAX and unwind.
Green Acres is a family run and family friendly park where your children are sure to make new friends. Beautiful sandy cove just a few minutes walk away. Fully serviced large hardstands and lovely separate camping area for tenters – all with spectacular coastal views.
Enjoy the reflection of the moon and the ships lights on the rippling tide & fall asleep listening to the moored boats & the rolling waves on the seashore. Take a Dolphin & Nature Boat Trip along the stunning cliffs of the Shannon Estuary. Go horse riding, birdwatching, fishing, whale watching and enjoy the varied nature that Loop Head can offer!
Green Acres is just 7km from the Victorian seaside resort of Kilkee, offering watersports, spectacular cliff walks, diving, safe beach, restaurants and much more. The picturesque old fishing village of Carrigaholt is just 4km away with pubs, shops, restaurant, fishing and Dolphin Watch.
Less-abled (w/c accessible) Mobile Home also available for Hire.
7 nights for the price of 6 if prepaid.
See Website for additional information & offers. www.greenacrescamping.ie
Electric points caravans
Gas Cylinders on Sale
Ice Pack Freezing Facilities
Washing & Ironing
|Unit + 2 Adults + 2 Children||€28.00||€32.00|
|Unit + 2 Adults||€22.00||€26.00|
Extra Charges Levied
|Electricity||€5.00 – €7.00|
| Extra Car
XL Tent levy
Mobile Home Hire Rates
|Type||Berth||Size||From €P.W||To €P.W|
Novice Motorhomers (often in search of good food) – Thanks to Patrick, Carrigaholt’s unofficial Ambassador & resident Postmaster, we were able to find the magnificent Green Acres Caravan & Camping Park – nearby (up to 6k qualifies as nearby in these parts), down an ‘unidentified Road’ in ‘Downtown Doonaha’. Thanks to Niall, the site owner, for recommending that we should dine in the Long Dock, in nearby Carrigaholt (see earlier definition of nearby, above). Lovely, friendly people, 5 * park, close (as in 100m) to the Shannon Estuary. As the night wore on, and the storm increased, either the Estuary seemed to get closer to us, or we seemed to get closer to the Estuary. If it’s great place in a storm, what must it be like when the weather is fine. A gem of a place. Date of stay: September 2020
Top Notch – We stayed here for one night but would have stayed longer only our plans were already in place. Niall is vey friendly and extremely informative about the area. We had a camper camper van pitch. its right on the sea and really peaceful.Amazing amount of different birds for any birdwatchers around .If your looking for somewhere to really chill this place is just perfect. The only downside was the toilet block which was in the middle of all the mobile home area. Quite a long walk when your in a hurry for the loo !Date of stay: May 2022
Follow N67 to Kilkee. From Kilkee take the R487 (Loop Head Rd) for 2.5km, then turn left (follow signposts). Located directly on the “Wild Atlantic Way” route L2006. G.P.S: N52deg37.152’ W9deg 38.549’