Camp is a very small village situated on the seaward end of Glen Fas and lies west of the Slieve Mish mountain range. Surrounded by mountains and beaches, this compact villages the perfect scenic get away yet is close enough to Tralee, Dingle and Castlegregory that you have access to all the amenities you could need. For a Kerry tour to remember it's a great place to enjoy a seaside and rural holiday.

Like the name suggests Golden Sandy Beach is a wonderful place to swim, walk or build sand-castles. You can go deep-sea fishing off this beach or fresh-water angling is also available in Camp.

Camp is a popular overnight stay while walking the Dingle Way, the walk is 50km of signposted rural pathways which is naturally divided by the villages of Annascaul and Camp into three sections, each easily walked in a day. A hike to the top of Cahercomree affords fantastic views of the whole province of Munster, Dingle Bay and the Blasket Islands, and as far as Loop Head the tip of Co. Clare jutting out into the Atlantic. The top of the assent is marked by a promontory fort. Glannteenassig is a 20-acre forestry development 4 miles west of Camp, there are lovely walks through it and plenty of flora and fauna to be enjoyed.



Camp has a wide range of quality accommodation to suit all budgets, ranging from hotels and bed & breakfasts to hostels and self catering accommodation. Camp has a nice variety of pubs which are well worth a visit on a warm summers evening or a cold winters one!.

For diners there are a selection of restaurants

The Kerry Camino is also a popular walk which goes from Tralee to Camp, Camp to Annascaul, Annascaul to Dingle. It follows the footsteps of St. Brendan, the Navigator. St. Brendan spread Christianity along the coast of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Brittany during the years 512-530 AD. It is also believed that St. Brendan was the first European to reach America.

Ashes Bar in the village is a must visit being the oldest pub in Kerry, dating back to the 1700's. The Junction Bar also in the village has been a public house for over one hundred years. Mike O'Neill's; The Railway Tavern, has traditional Irish music sessions of a Sunday in Summer.

Three miles west of camp is Castlegregory Golf and Fishing Club. The golf course is a nine-hole with a par 34. Sandy Bay, six miles west of Camp, is world famous for wind surfing.

There are B&Bs and self-catering cottages in the area.

During the summer the annual Vintage Rally takes place.