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Went to Rathbeggan lakes yesterday with 3 young teenagers and found it very expensive you need token for everything there and they are 1 euro each, cheap enough you may think however the zip line is 7 tokens each, the swan boat 5 token for...More
We had 6 kids under 8 years with us and had a great time. Thankfully 2 adults had been before and warned us about the token system so we walked around the park before using them up. Ie use free parts first.
We went on...More
Arrived here excited to go zip-lining only to be told at the entrance that all the activities were closed that day except for the bouncy castles for children and swan paddle boats, which was very disappointing.
Went on the swan paddle boats (costs 5 Euros)...More
Do your self a favour and take the kids to tayto park. So website said you could get a wrist band untrue. 33 euros in for 1 adult 2 kids this is with ten tokens, every activity inside the grounds is 5 tokens every time...More
Super spot , beautiful heritage wall fairy garden. Lake with fishing/ pedal boats bouncy castles . BBQ area loads to do.
Though please have someone clean the toilets been there twice in the month. Serious hazard dead flies/ webs definitely not cleaned often.
Brought our boys here for fishing and although the overall experience was good - we felt really ripped off when we realised we paid €50 in total for an adult and a child to fish for 5 hours - this with our own rods and...More
Just got home from the day here. We almost didn't go after reading some of the reviews on here but so glad we did. Yes you "could" spend a lot but equally you could ration yourselves and your kids as we did and there is...More
Very Expensive - €3 admission per person over 3 and then it is €€€€€ for everything the kids want a go on eg €8 for one go on the zip liner. It is a lovely place, however ridiculously expensive. €2 for coffee but in a...More
As a family of six (two adults and four children) we where told to come to Rathbeggan as a cost effective family day out. Rathbeggan Lakes has so much to offer for all ages but it costs a lot for the priviledge.
We arrived here...More