Enjoy a wide range of activities and things to do in Wicklow with Camp Glamp.
We have a range of complimentary Activities for Children over 3 and for adults too. Discover the best things to do in Wicklow, all available at or via Camp Glamp. Please make a request in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org at the time of your booking.
Kids Entertainment – At Camp Glamp we have rainy days tents with Lego and arts & crafts. Children can also enjoy our outdoor cinema with popcorn and storytelling around the campfire while toasting marshmallows and tasting cups of hot cocoa on selected days of the week.
Our Team will work around your child’s preference: Let us know your children’s ages, names and interest, such as imaginative play, construction play and or outdoor activities, and anything you feel is relevant for us to know. Our staff are all Garda vetted childcare professionals or Scouting Ireland Leaders.
We provide each child with a Camp Glamp hot water bottle on returning them to Mum and Dad, where hopefully, after a day full of fresh air and fun, they will sleep peacefully, while Mums and Dads sit out under our trademark Star Gazer Canopy and contemplate the moon and the stars from your bubbling Jacuzzi or having just curled up around the Contemporary Fire Pit with your favourite glass of wine.
For any off-site walks during the day such as foraging the forest floor for fairies, we ensure that all kids have the option of wearing a GPS tracker in the form of bracelets, just in case they have the tendency to wander: Hopefully, we will never need to use them!
Local Tours – Discover what County Wicklow has to offer and explore nearby points of interest:
This activity is charged per person. Advanced booking required.
Cycling Track – Explore Wicklow cycling or enjoy local cycling tracks available near Camp Glamp. This activity is charged per person. Advanced booking required.
Guided Walks on Wicklow Way – Wicklow Way is right at Camp Glamp’s doorstep, right beside Powerscourt Paddock property. The countryside of Ireland is a patchwork of many different landscape types, including several mountainous and upland areas. The Wicklow Way passes mountain lakes, ruined buildings – stark reminders of previous widespread human habitation- occasional memorials to historic events of past centuries and extensive remains of the early Christian monastic settlement in the beautiful Glendalough valley. This activity is charged per person. Advanced booking required.
Free Walk on Wicklow Way – Any guest planning to take this walk this unaccompanied by a guide we strongly recommend that you refer to Advice for Walking the Wicklow Way. Please remember to allow about 30 minutes to reach the Wicklow Way trail from the campsite. In the other direction along the Wicklow Way, you can reach the viewing Point for Lough Tay, another stunning place to see and to take photographs Walk from Camp Glamp to Lough Tay via the Wicklow Way.
Art Classes – Enjoy art-making with local artist Ruth Barker. This activity for children and grown-ups is perfect to explore your inner artist.