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Posted: 08.10.2020  ·  #1
Hi all,
I'm real new to this. I finally got a camper about a month ago and was planning to head off this weekend but the new restrictions have me stuck in Kildare for (at least) the next 3 weeks. Anyone got any leads on good placed to park to for the night.
I don't want the hassle of being turned back from a checkpoint so I honestly am only interested in Kildare spots.
I really want to get out and about before we end up locked down completely.

Thanks in advance and hopefully I'll get to meet some of you on the road when this get back to normal, whatever that will be.

Tom


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Lowtown ,thats about it

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Hi Tom we are the same in Kildare and only bought our camper in September, but have to say we did get out and see lots of places in our beautiful country that we have never seen , go out to lowtown in Robertstown , it’s a recreational centre that charge 10€ to park hope it’s still open though ? It’s a plug in for 5 vans , all the best

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What about Kildare village... retail therapy. Japanese gardens, National stud. Are none of these still open ??


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What about Kildare village... retail therapy. Japanese gardens, National stud. Are none of these still open ??


Could walk to them all, but couldn't be bothered 😴😴

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What about Kildare village... retail therapy. Japanese gardens, National stud. Are none of these still open ??


I wouldn't be a retail therapy type of person. Too many people 😀 Cheers for the suggestion but it's more of an overnighter spot I'm looking for.

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Hi Tom we are the same in Kildare and only bought our camper in September, but have to say we did get out and see lots of places in our beautiful country that we have never seen , go out to lowtown in Robertstown , it’s a recreational centre that charge 10€ to park hope it’s still open though ? It’s a plug in for 5 vans , all the best


Cheers for the tip. I'll give them a look.


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What about Kildare village... retail therapy. Japanese gardens, National stud. Are none of these still open ??


Could walk to them all, but couldn't be bothered 😴😴


I guess familiarity breeds contempt 😂😂

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