Killarney National Park is Ireland's oldest National Park (26.000 acres).
A unique park with lakes, mountains, waterfalls and woodland.
The Park is widely used for recreational activates; crowned as Ireland’s adventure capital there are plenty of thrilling sporting options to satisfy your appetite; trail running across Ireland’s most scenic mountain trails, climbing Ireland’s highest Mountain Carrauntoohill, canyoning etc. For the lesser octane souls, there are many enjoyable activities such as boat trips on the lakes and Innisfallen Island, beautiful leisurely walks, horse riding, ideal family locations for picnics, cycling, discovering the nature trails and a lot more exploring.
There is a wide range of pubs, restaurants and night life within walking distance in Beaufort or 10 minutes by car in Killarney.
Explore Ireland by motorbike.
31st May - 3rd June 2019 there is the Ireland BikeFest Killarney.
There is also a Harley rental in Killarney.
We are near River Laune.
The River Laune provides anglers with some excellent salmon and sea trout fishing opportunities. The rivers source is located in the Killarney lakes and the Laune exits Lough Leane approximately 300m upstream of Laune Bridge.
Beaufort golf club is only 5 minutes by car and the Killarney Golf and Fishing Club is 15 minutes by car.