Kilrush Caravan Park is surrounded by the stunning coast and countryside of County Clare. Our nearest towns are Shannon, Ennis and Limerick, bordered by Galway Bay to the north, Lough Derg to the east, the River Shannon to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the area has endless treasures to explore. Our aim is to provide our guests the perfect home away from home to be enjoyed by all the family.
Within only 2 kilometres from the centre of Kilrush you can find the incredible Vandeleur Walled Garden, over 2 acres of a stone wall-enclosed garden that has been designed to gather the maximum amount of sunlight and makes for an incredible botanical experience. Open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm.
The Shannon Dolphin and Wildlife Centre is open for visitors every year from mid-May until mid-September. It is open 7 days a week, from 10 am to 6 pm and admission is free. The Shannon Dolphin and Wildlife Foundation hosts a range of events throughout the summer, including pub quizzes, kids fun days, cake sales and more. Visit the dolphin research and education centre for free guided tours from marine biologists and learn about the research on the Shannon Estuary bottlenose dolphin population. Our marine biologists can answer questions about whales and dolphinsand are happy to discuss dolphin research with visitors.
Ennis is known for its welcoming, friendly atmosphere and vibrant community. This traditional Irish market town is brimming with year-round music sessions in the pubs, seasonal, local food in the many cafés and restaurants, indoor and outdoor dining experiences and a dazzling array of independent shops and boutiques.
Limerick is a vibrant city that offers a warm welcome, accompanied by a charming and scenic countryside. This beautiful historic city is home to the magnificent Limerick City Gallery of Art. There are many other arts venues including the University Concert Hall, Limetree Theatre and Belltable Theatre to enjoy.
The Cliffs of Moher consist of 8km of rugged, jaw dropping coastline. Looming 700 feet above the crashing Atlantic Ocean. Whether you tackle one of the coastal walking routes or make a quick pitstop to see the natural masterpiece, a visit should be high on your list. The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction.
The Burren was announced as the winner of the Irish Times’ Best Place to Holiday in Ireland 2022 competition. The limestone pavements and remarkable rock formations of The Burren are one of Ireland’s most fascinating landscapes. The Burren has a collection of traditional Irish villages famous for their traditional music.