Kilmuckridge is a large rural village with a quirky centre near county Wexford’s east coast.
Kilmuckridge is recognizable for its quirky village centre. The village is the meeting point for four main roads, meaning that the village centre is made up of two forked roads meeting together in the middle.
The village centre is also considerably built up. There are shops, pubs and restaurants, meaning that the village’s core looks more like a town than a village. Many of these business cater to tourists that come to the nearby beaches. There are also a hotel and other accomodation in the town.
The majority of the houses and estates in and around the village are new. The population of the village grew by more than triple in the twenty years from 1996 to 2016. It currently stands around 720 people.
Located in the village is the Kilmuckridge Church of Ireland.
Morriscastle Beach, an important beach in the area, is 3km away.
Around 20 carparking spaces are along the main road. Further parking can be found in football club, the vocational college, and the local supermarket.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Kilmuckridge, Co. Wexford
District Manager, Gorey Municipal District