The camping park is a modern fully serviced Multi Award Winning 4 Star Park, being the Ireland Welcome Award Winner 2006 for County Wicklow.
Situated in Roundwood Village in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains yet only 35 minutes from Dun Laoghaire and 50 minutes from Dublin Port. Close to Glendalough and Powerscourt. Recommended by AA, RAC, ADAC, ICC & ACSI.
Ideal base for touring, cycling, hill walking, fishing, horse riding etc. Park facilities include electric hook ups, shop, showers, toilet block, barbeque area, play area, campers’ kitchen / dining room / TV lounge, laundry facilities. It is fully lit, 24 hour security. Daily Bus service to and from Dublin city.
The fact that its not necessary to cross Dublin city to get to Roundwood makes Roundwood Caravan Park the most conveniently situated park to Dublin Port (30km – 45 min approx) and Dun Laoghaire (20km – 30 min approx).
Dublin Airport is 39km and Rosslare Port is 95km. Roundwood caravan and camping park provides the best of facilities for the discerning camper or caravan.
Being 238 meters above sea level this picturesque village is the highest village in Ireland and is surrounded by some spectacular scenery. The Vartry Reservoirs nearby supply fresh water to the suburbs of Dublin and enhances the scenery as it mirrors the surrounding hills. It is also particularly popular for anglers and walkers. The village features some charming pubs, restaurants and a 4 star Caravan & Camping Park. You can read more on Roundwood on our Wicklow & Roundwood page.
From Dun Laoghaire Port
Follow signs for N11. Approx. 7Km. past Junction 17 on the M50, you arrive in County Wicklow note sign for Kilmacanogue village, take slip road to the left after the Topaz service station (exit 8 on N11) and follow signs for Roundwood and Glendalough. Roundwood Caravan Park is situated on left side entering village of Roundwood.
Take N11 turn left at Ashford village follow signs for Roundwood village. Turn right at Roundwood village, park is situated on right side exiting Roundwood.
From Dublin Port
With Government sources hinting that restrictions could last well into the late spring/early summer, it is looking more likely that it will be a late start to the 2021 season. There continues to be uncertainty to when we can expect to open for the 2021 season.
Accordingly, we are reluctant to take bookings and are pushing back acceptance of bookings until the end of April, unless there is an earlier positive Government announcement with a re-opening date. While this may not be ideal and is frustrating for all, our priority is to provide some certainty to our guests when taking bookings. Hopefully, we will by then make progress and have a better view on the re-opening date and any further restrictions that may apply.
Also we are rebuilding our website and hope to have our new website fully functioning very soon with booking forms etc.