About

West Kerry Trekking is a unique new Horse-riding experience, located in the stunning village of Camp. Ideally situated on the magnificent Wild Atlantic Way, this is, by far, the best way to discover Ireland’s rugged beauty.

In a short, peaceful trek, take in the spectacular Slieve Mish mountains and the stunning sandy beaches overlooking the Tralee Bay, Atlantic Ocean. This is the perfect location for a relaxing getaway with plenty of unspoiled, quiet beaches.

Camp is a truly magical village steeped in history old Fairy Forts, Ogham stones, the River Finglas and ruins of an old steam train track. It is ideally located just 10 minutes outside Tralee on the Wild Atlantic Way route to Dingle. Dingle is only 25 minutes from Camp, making it the ideal pit stop for a short horse trek, a spot of lunch and even a relaxing overnight stay.

Where to Eat

For beautiful food overlooking the sea try Fitzgerald’s Bar , Ashe’s Bar & Restaurant or take a step back in time and quench the thirst in the eclectic Railway Tavern. or Daly’s Bar Camp.

Where to stay

For holiday rentals in camp visit:

https://www.tripadvisor.ie/VacationRentalReview-g186613-d10286092-Railway_Lodge_Apartment-Tralee_County_Kerry.html

This is a Tranquil, peaceful, spacious apartment with breathtaking Atlantic Ocean Views, overlooking Tralee Bay.

Coachfield Camp, a beautiful family glamping site located behind Ashes Bar & Restaurant, Daly’s pub and O’Dwyers Mace supermarket.

 

B&B’s

For a stunning B&B in Camp village on the main Tralee-Dingle road, overlooking Tralee bay why not stay at An Teach Taé.

http://www.campkerrybedandbreakfast.com/

Other B&B’s include:

http://www.bedandbreakfastireland.net/kerry_kenmare-camp-junction.html

http://www.lurragahouseireland.com/

http://www.finglashouse.com/

http://www.seaviewhousekerry.com/

 

 

Directions to the Stables