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Camac Valley 7 years 1 month ago #358

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Had a one nighter mid week on the 18th of June There were a nice few units on site and yet again the loo & shower blocks were spotless, the grounds were been attended to and the bin arteas were clean & tidy.

The park seems to have been appointed a new manager ??? although Alan was still on site looking after things....


Can't wait to head back again soon :)


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Camac Valley 7 years 1 week ago #377

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Hoping to stay here soon,now that i see it has good reviews. Not impressed by their webpage. Phoned them up and not won over either. They told me to book online. Passing that way anyway, so will give them a try.
I'm on the road again.
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Camac Valley 7 years 1 week ago #382

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yea this booking on line is a bit of a pain ...

I did have a word with Paul the Ast Manager about it didnt get much hop off him about it ???


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Camac Valley 7 years 1 day ago #388

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Stayed here last Saturday week after booking in advance. When we turned up, all the hard stands were full. We rang reception who said we could use one of the many disabled plots. They were still booking in campers even with no space except for grass areas left. The place has lovely mature trees and hedges between plots and a good quite nites rest was enjoyed. I did not like the sign posts with Crokagh park still on them as it sent my sat nav on a wild duck hunt. Some of the plots looked less than level also. Overall i recommend it.
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Camac Valley 4 years 10 months ago #571

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Stayed here again this past weekend there was about 30 to 40 units there also ... As always the park and utilities were spotless :)


See ye again real soon

aaron dee & charlie brown
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Camac Valley 1 year 3 weeks ago #732

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Stayed at Camac Valley for an overnight on 04th July 2020. Nice campsite and I would recommend it but I was surprised at a few things;
Firstly, the hard stands were covered with moss which meant they were slippy when wet (& they were wet). The grass was overgrown and the pitch we were on the tree branches were overhanging the pitch and were hitting the top of the caravan. Had to squeeze past an overgrown hedge to plug in EHU. Bins were full and rubbish bags were being blown off by the wind.

Facilities were closed but we were still charged €39.50 for an overnight stay for 2 adults and a unit (very expensive).

The site was fairly full but would have expected the site to be in better condition considering the lockdown.
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