From Mountains to the Irish Sea, Wicklow is blessed with some of Ireland’s most amazing sceneries. The Wicklow Hills offer the largest mountain area in Ireland. Wicklow has an extensive network of Walks and Trails for all to enjoy. With the Wicklow Way as backbone, here are some of the best Wicklow Walks.
Amenities close by include Glendalough, Mount Usher Gardens, Powercourt House and Gardens, National Garden Exhibition, Lough Tay, Lough Dan and The Sally Gap.
Established in 1966 Roundwood Caravan Park is one of the longest Tourist Board Registered Caravan Parks in Ireland. It is currently family owned and managed.
The Park underwent a complete refurbishment in 2002 to a very high standard and now offers the best of facilities for the discerning camper or caravaner and again in 2016 the entire park’s electrics was upgraded to 16 amp.
What we do…. and why we ask for your assistance…..
Please help us by reading our policy and following the suggestions.
We have small areas in the park set aside for biodiversity, managed for wildlife and pollinators. Please help us in proactively managing these areas.
Recycling and Waste Segregation
We recycle all our glass, paper, cardboard, tins and plastic bottles. To assist us with our recycle efforts, please remove lids, empty plastic bottles and crush all cardboard, plastic bottles, and tins before placing in recycle bins. We have provided separate bins for the segregation of your recyclable waste, glass, and general waste. Please separate your waste material and ensure it is placed in the correct bin which we have clearly marked.
We have fitted automatic light sensors/timers to our outside lights in the park, washrooms and wash-up area. All of our lighting has been upgraded with low energy LED bulbs, which are also long life to reduce energy consumption. Please try to conserve/save energy whenever possible. Switch off unnecessary lights during daylight hours. For reasons of safety the lights in the children’s’ washroom with baby changing facility will remain timed on for longer periods.
We have push button hot water taps in all areas and showers are timed. Showers heads have been fitted with flow limiters to help reduce water consumption. All hot water taps are push button to minimise wastage. Please avoid unnecessary wastage of water and ensure cold water taps are turned off after use. All water consumed on site is from our own well and is filtered and purified to the highest water quality. You can taste the freshness – makes a great cup of tea/coffee.
Waste & Recycle Bins
Our Bins/Recycle area is located at the motor-home service point beside the TV/Information/Guest room. We have provided bins in the toilets for the disposal of solid waste items such as sanitary towels. Please avoid disposing of such items in the toilets.
No Fires/ Campfires/Smoking
To protect the park and the area in which we are located all Fires/Campfires (including fire logs or similar) are strictly prohibited. All BBQs must be extinguished before 10pm. For safety please extinguish BBQs after use – Do not place hot BBQs in the bins. Cigarette butts are litter; please dispose in the dispensers at the washroom and TV/Information room entrances. Smoking is not permitted in any indoor buildings. This is to provide clean indoor environments, and to comply with Irish legislation.
We welcome your feedback in ways we could improve and appreciate your help. If you enjoy your stay – tell your friends; If something needs attention – please tell us!!!
Sourced by Nature
All water in this park is originated from our own well over 40 mts down. Apart from the natural filtration process we filter it to 10 microns. To improve quality even further we pass it through UV lamps and an added phosphate filter. This all adds up to the pureness of our water, makes a lovely cuppa!!!
Pure water originated on-site, conserving natural resources while delivering uncompromising delicious water. Its taste and freshness is uncompromising.