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Fleming's White Bridge Caravan, Camping & Mobile Home Hire

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White Bridge, Ballycasheen Road, Killarney, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
Mr John Fleming

Fleming's White Bridge four-star park is a multi-award-winning riverside park in a prime location only one kilometre east of Killarney Town. Fleming's White Bridge offers an exclusive, sheltered and landscaped park at the gateway to Killarney.

Fleming's White Bridge is a four-star camping and caravan park nestled on the banks of the River Flesk less than 2km from Killarney, County Kerry. The park is award-winning, well sheltered and family-run. It is a picturesque setting surrounded by mountains, trees and abundant wildlife, allowing visitors to relax and immerse themselves in nature.

Fleming’s offers spacious and level pitches. The on-site facilities include three sanitation blocks with toilets, hand basins and showers; laundry facilities; clothes lines; a camper’s kitchen; dish washing areas with free hot water and much more. For leisure activities, there is also plenty on offer, such as free Wi-Fi, a games room with pool tables, TV lounge, football/soccer pitch, fishing and much more.

Additionally, just a short walk away, visitors will find The Old Mill Pub and Restaurant, a supermarket, bank, off-license, petrol station and shop. Visitors can also easily explore Killarney and beyond with daily coach tours that depart from the site. Local attractions include Muckross House & Gardens, Killarney National Park, Ross Castle and the Demesne, Three Lakes of Killarney amongst others.

Fleming’s is the winner of multiple awards, including "Best Park in Ireland", "Best Inland Park", "Best Welcome Park" and the site has also awards for excellence, ambiance, gardens and sanitation.

The sheer beauty of this area can be experienced by daily coach tours from the site to explore such delights as the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, Gap of Dunloe and Killarney highlights. There are a myriad of further attractions to explore including Beara Peninsula, Gougane Barra, Skellig Michael (Europe's oldest monastic settlement).