Fossa Rally

from £17.90 to £22.40 Per unit


Great for a real Irish welcome in one of Europe's most attractive areas

The rugged south west coast of Ireland, and Killarney with its popular music pubs and great shopping areas, are all especially good without the summer crowds. This, along with the freshness of spring, is arguably the best time to visit this area, and what better way than in the company of like-minded ralliers?

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Rally pitches located together in the hardstanding area. Grass pitches in an adjacent area may be available when the main rally area is full, or for tents.  Previous rally activities have included trips to Irish music and dancing evenings, the Lakes of Killarney, the Dingle peninsula, Kate Kearney's Cottage, Garinish Island and Cobh harbour as well as the nearby Gap of Dunloe. On site there may be quizzes, American suppers and other get-togethers

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Located just outside Killarney in an area of spectacular beauty on the edge of the Ring of Kerry. Fossa Way walking and cycle route into Killarney nearby, continues to Killarney Lakes where boats (will carry bikes) link to Gap of Dunloe (from there continue back to campsite). Killarney town centre 3 miles, Gap of Dunloe 3 miles, Carrantuohill (at 1,040m Ireland’s highest mountain) 7 miles.

Local transport (2017): Bus stop nearby for Killarney (approx 4 buses per day). Local coach excursions can be booked at reception (collection and drop-off at the site).

Rally pitches are located together in the hardstanding area. Grass pitches in an adjacent area may be available when the main rally area is full, or for tents


Low Season
Particularly good in May when the rhododendrons are in bloom

Worth noting
- A valid Camping Card International (CCI), available from the Club, is required for all our overseas rallies

- Maximum tent size (on grass pitches) 7m x 7m

- Dogs welcome, but conditions apply to certain dog breeds – please ask for details

- BBQs permitted

- Owned and run by the Brosnan family

- Ice pack freezing

-THE SITE BARRIER is open at all times

- Pitch price includes hot showers (not always the norm on sites in Ireland)

Site Accessibility

Dedicated accessible facilities

Flat access to reception. Flat access to special unisex washroom including: shower with grab rail and seat; washbasin with grab rails, lever taps, low level mirror and raised wc with grab rail. Flat and sloping terrain, with main routes and pathways of tarmac.


Fossa Rally has the following facilities on or around the site.

  • Restaurant 0.5 mile

    Restaurant 0.5 mile

  • Take-away


  • Play area

    Play area

  • Campers' kitchen,

    Campers' kitchen,

  • Washing machines

    Washing machines

  • Internet access

    Internet access

  • Supermarket 1.5 miles

    Supermarket 1.5 miles

  • Small shop

    Small shop

  • Tennis court

    Tennis court

  • Modern wash block, with free hot showers

    Modern wash block, with free hot showers

  • Drying room

    Drying room

  • Wi-fi on pitches (free)

    Wi-fi on pitches (free)


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We stayed on 4 different sites during our trip to Ireland.

This review is for Fossa Rally

We stayed on 4 different sites during our trip to Ireland. This was a much busier site than the first (Ballinacourty House). That's to be expected as it is close to Killarney & on the Ring of Kerry. It is a popular holiday destination. The site itself is quite busy. The hard standings are concrete with grass at the side for your awning. There is not much room between pitches and some can seem a bit closed in because of the high banking. The site is on a hill but all the pitches are level and the hard standings have there own waste drain which ends up under the caravan, useful for motorhomes I expect. The showers are individual cubicles that you access directly from outside plenty big enough but the coin box is outside (very annoying) but plenty of time for a shower at 1euro for 7 minutes. There are grass pitches which if I visited again would probably prefer, they seemed more open and less crowded than the hardstandings. Very friendly and helpful reception. There is also a hostel on site which meant the washing machines were kept busy. The site was directly off the main road but we never noticed any road noise, The main draw of this site is it's location within County Kerry. If we returned to the area we may use it again but on a different pitch (although we did choose it ourselves, perhaps learn to have a good look next time) There is plenty to do in the area. Killarney park is within walking/cycling distance. Killarney itself is a busy place and quite touristy. We didn't find it busy at all once away from the immdiate Killarney/Killarney Park area. The coast including Dingle peninsula and Valentia Island is all within easy reach in a car. The Ring of Kerry is a lovely drive although pick your day as the weather can cover all the views. We drove over Conor pass on the Dingle peninsula but never found out how scary/beautiful it was as we could barely see the car in front as the cloud was so low.

  • Towing: Easy
  • Location: Town,Lake
  • Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Active break,Younger couples
  • Friendliness: 4
  • Cleanliness: 4
  • Facilities: 3


Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.

Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.

Please proceed to book in order to find the latest prices, availability, or if you are looking to start your stay within less than 1 week, please call 024 7767 0375.

Contact Centre Opening Hours: 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

(Closed 1.00pm-1.30pm on Wednesday, closed Bank Holidays)

Saturday: 9.00am to 1.00pm (January)

More information on pricing can be found here.