Attractions, Accommodation, Caravans / Campsites / Glamping in Bennetsbridge,
Nore Valley Park Farm & Campsite
Nore Valley Park has operated as a pet farm and caravan park since 1989 and attracts many families and groups each year.There are a whole variety of animals to see and enjoy. Baby kids and lambs are bottle fed and rabbits can be handled.
As well as animals to see there is a playground, sandpit with diggers, straw play area and Giant chess. Come and enjoy fun at the farm, a nostalgic trip to the past or a new experience in the idyllic Nore Valley.
Take time out and stroll around the farm, allow the children to play in an interactive and relaxing setting. Bottle feed lambs or goats and feed ducks and turkeys as well as learn about your Irish heritage of farming.
Relax with a cup of tea and home baked scone or biscuits. Even in wet weather there is still plenty of fun to be had, with indoor facilities to amuse the entire family.
You can stay as long as you like - a few hours or the whole day.
Nore Valley Park Farm here in the county of Kilkenny has been going now for almost three decades. Samuel & Isobel Harper opened up their first petting farm when no one was really opening petting farms, so they are no strangers to making sure all of their visitors go away happier than when they first arrived. One of the many things that I liked about Nore Valley as I trundled my way around one busy Saturday afternoon in July 2015 was whether your looking to stay a few hours or all day, there is more than enough to do to fill a whole day. Because they have tirelessly spent a huge part of their life here, Samuel & Isobel tend to take a back seat nowadays, and their nephew Gareth is now firmly at the helm to ensure that Nore Valley remains a Top 100 Attraction for the next thirty years.