There is a Centra Supermarket and Petrol station at the entrance and a Pub and Deli/Café further down the road. Hot food is available in the Pub.
Yes. In Bantry Hospital and in the GP clinics. An out of hours services, South DOC operates overnight.
The Park itself is NOT suitable for children cycling. We have lots of pathways and hilly terraces and children forget the dangers of traffic.
While it is not an absolute necessity, it is a huge advantage. Without one, you will miss out on the best of West Cork. Public transport will get you here but not down the peninsulas and the magical hidden places.
Check in and Check out: 12 noon.
We are in Ballylickey, which is tiny area but we do have good services.
Bantry town is 6km and Glengarrif Village 11km.
Yes. You can borrow both from reception.
Barley Cove on the Mizen Head Peninsula, is the nearest golden sand beach.
We accept cash and cards at Eagle Point.
Please read our directions in the Location page, which explains the route options.
GPS is better treated as a backup in West Cork, as some of the “direct routes”, are not suitable for towing .
No. Open fires are not allowed, including chimeras, wood burning stoves or logs on the BBQ.
No. Sorry. If you have your own, it would be a good idea to bring them with you.
Otherwise, you could spend a day at one of the Watersport centres in the West cork area.
Yes. We are surrounded by water at Eagle Point. There are two slipways for boat launch on the park.
(No Jet Skies).
UK visitors experience problems obtaining compatible gas in Ireland.
So, UK visitors try and bring ample gas for your stay. Every season this problem arises and the only option is substantial detour to Whitegate Refinery in Cork for a refill.
Yes, BBQ are allowed provided you use proper BBQ equipment and ONLY non-sparking fuel, such as Charcoal is used.
There is free wifi around the reception area and in the wifi room.
No. Sorry, Eagle Point Camping has a No Pets policy.
Yes. At the local Centra Supermarket.