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Corkagh Park, Dublin
(4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • this park is perfect for a long walk for adults and kids, it is full of nature and during the summer you can see hays over the place hopping around...we been here almost once a week during summer. kid...  more »
  • Go for regular walks here with dog. Great playground with lots of activities for kids. Plenty of space & quiet areas. Some old trees, rose garden, pet farm, ponds with duck, etc SDCC should do more to...  more »
  • Typical park to walk in,...nothing beautiful or outstanding, it helped that the weather on the day was good.... 
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  • This park is public and has 400 acre's attached to it. Also Camac valley caravan park is of to the side of it for campers and tourists to park overnight. It has lovely walks lakes for fishing for the children and a small animal farm for the kids. Soccer pitches and tennis courts well recommend for all families and patrols by wardens.
  • I run here most days. It's a little wonderland of scenic beauty in the middle of suburbia. There are so many people 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.
  • One of the most beautiful parks in the country, with lakes, woodland, gardens, children's playground, cycle track, fenced dog compound, sports grounds and acres of open grassland.
  • Well cared for. Safe. Wide open spaces. Lots for kids to see and do.
  • A great Park just outside Dublin City. Lots of walks and interesting things for the kids, check out the Fairy Village.