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Corkagh Park, Dublin

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Corkagh Park is located in Dublin. To visit Corkagh Park and other attractions in Dublin, use our Dublin itinerary planner.
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  • I was charmed by the beauty and the organisation of this park, is very worthwhile to spend a weekend in this pleasant environment!!
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  • Beautiful park with plenty to do for families. The bottom car park is ideal and close to the playground, the pet farm is close to the playground and the fairy woods and icecream/coffee shop are all wh...  more »
  • go for a walk if you like a quiet place like a tidy forest, kids will be getting bored. no recommended for family of young people  more »
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  • I run here most days. It's a little wonderland of scenic beauty in the middle of suburbia. There are so many facets to this jewel of a park ; lakes, woodland, meadows as well as sports fields and play areas. My only gripe would be the number of dog owners who come here and think it OK to leave their animals off their leads despite all the signs to the contrary.
  • It's a large park with a good playground for kids. There is a fishery & coffee shop towards the main car park. Good park for cycling as there is a cycling track. Also a dog walking area were owners can let dogs off leads.
  • Wonderful park with loads you see and do. Public exercise machines, fishing, playing field, petting farm, rose garden and loads of wildlife. Park is kept well and clean. There is also a dog run which is large and has fresh water, but there are gaps under the fencing and small dogs can get through, there is also a breed restricting(see photo).
  • Lots of free amenities for children here. A large playground, fairy trail but the free animal farm with exotic and free roaming farm animals is the highlight. Also has toilets near the animal farm and a small cafe at the fishing lake. Cafe is not the best, but grand for an ice cream or a cup of tea - don't expect good coffee!
  • Was there to play cricket. So a decent cricket ground. Didn't get to see the whole park but as much I saw it looked fabulous. Very kids friendly.

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