Aviva Stadium Dublin Ireland
Another must visit Stadium, the Aviva stadium built, which is built on the site of the former Lansdowne Road and completed in 2010. With it's low stand at one end, the cold wind swirls around off the nearby water.
From the moment you arrive, you can feel the passion of the Irish of their sport. The Irish Anthem (Ireland's call) followed by the Irish fans belting out Fields of Athenry it's enough to send a shiver down your spine. Little wonder it's a difficult place for any team to visit.
Couple this with the hospitality and welcome you'll find in the bars and restaurants, Irish music and entertainment and it's a fabulous place to explore.
Recommended camp site
Site name and details
Green Isle Road
Clondalkin Dublin 22
Camac Valley is set in the 300 acre Corkagh Park Demesne which has miles of tarmacked and grassed walks, fishing, coffee shop and even an animal farm. Rose gardens & tree plantations with an abundance of wildlife.
Open all year with 113 hard standing pitches, children's playground, all-weather putting green, reception and shop providing snacks tea/coffee, ice-cream and household essentials.
Camac Valley is Dublin's best Caravan & Camping Park with top class facilities and spacious fully seviced hardstanding pitches each with a hedged off garden and water supply,
Accessibility features - accessible shower/toilet areas, accessible camper's ktichen and laundry room. All public areas have ramped access. Guide & hearing dogs welcome.
Excellent location for all Dublins attractions
Frequent bus service from park to City
Miles of walks around the Estate
Fishing within walking distance
Golf - 18 hole within walking distance
Electric hook up available
Wash rooms Toilets & Shower blocks
Laundry, Cafe & Shop