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- Beside the beach on the Hook Peninsula
- Well-maintained facilities including showers, loos and games room
- Scuba diving, windsurfing, Pilates and yoga all arranged
The beach and coast around this park will reel you in: family-run Duncannon Holiday Park in Ireland's south east is on the Wexford coast in the backdrop of heavenly Hook Head which has the oldest working lighthouse on the planet.
Duncannon is minutes away from the village of Hook, which buzzes in summer with festivals, scuba diving and windsurfing; guests can ask the site team to help arrange outdoor activities for them as well as Pilates and yoga.
The park has well-maintained modern facilities including showers and loos, free wifi, a games room with pool tables and arcade games, a playground and evening entertainment. Reception is open until 10pm in the summer months and has a small shop with ice-cream and sweets.
For supplies and eats, Duncannon village has a newsagent, two takeaways, a café, three pubs and three award-winning restaurants. A supermarket, ATM and another pub is at nearby Ramsgrange.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
Tourer storage facilities
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Surf school nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
From Dublin: to reach Duncannon take the N11 from Dublin to Wexford. At the Duncannon Road roundabout in Wexford take the third exit onto the R733 for approximately 30km and turn onto the R737. Continue on R737 until you reach Duncannon.
From Cork: follow the N25 until you reach Waterford. Take the third exit at the first roundabout before Waterford and continue on the R680 until you reach the roundabout at Waterford Regional hospital. Here take the signposts to the Passage East Car Ferry. Take the Passage East Car Ferry to Ballyhack and turn right at the top of the exit slip upon disembarking the ferry. Continue for 2km and take the right turn and continue for 2km to Duncannon Holiday Park.
The tagline for the Hook Peninsula is that you could find a beach a day for a fortnight, whether you want foamy surfing waves, calm swimming waters, deep sea angling, birdwatching or sheltered coves to hide away in. The nearest beach, Duncannon, is a sandy stretch a mile long and has car parking on the water's edge.
Sixteenth century Duncannon Fort is one of the most visited attractions in the area and has an arts gallery, maritime museum and several arts and craft shops. Also highly popular is Hook Lighthouse, now a visitor centre with gift shop, guided tours, a café, art exhibitions and maritime displays.
If you've never kitesurfed before, lessons and kit hire are available locally at Hooked Kitesurfing. Other adrenalised options are at Shielbaggan Outdoor Adventure Centre which has orienteering, sea kayaking, coasteering, high ropes, surfing, archery, rock climbing and more.
Also in the area, play crazy golf near Fethard-on-Sea at Abbey Par 3, or shiver among the spooks and laser tag of 'the most haunted house in Ireland' Loftus Hall.