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Saint Columb's Park, Derry

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  • Not the largest park, but well laid out with several walkways and play areas for kids. A small stream runs down the center of the park which leads to the main kids play park with slides, swings and ro...  more »
  • A must see if you're visiting for a couple of days, never turn down the opportunity for a walk in St. Columbus Park on a beautiful evening or a crisp early morning. Also the home of the Foyle Arena le...  more »
  • Decided to cross peace bridge and go exploring with my son, turned left walking along side train tracks, through the woods and hidden is an adventure playground, zip wire, obstacle course the lot, my ...  more »
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  • Lovely park great for taking your kids to play in or taking your dog for a walk. The playpark is a good walk from the entrance so be prepared for tired legs on the way back
  • St .Columb's park great for kids bike rides walking the dog running great swimming poll tennis courts football carpark just a great place to visit well worth a look
  • This park was better before the Peace Bridge was built. Back then it had more space to walk Dogs with fewer people about. While they where building the Peace Bridge they also cut down lots of trees in the park to make way for new cycle paths which have some steep climbs. There is a very good children's play area with climbing logs, Zip Line etc, There's a Cafe at Saint Coloums House in the middle of the park,which has free unlocked wi-fi. In good weather there's lot more people from the city side who come over drinking. The cyclists travel to fast on the cycle paths and it wouldn't be as safe as it used to be for women on there own. There plenty of parking with no height restrictions.
  • Great place to walk the dog! And nice for a stoll on good evenings
  • Great swing Park, fantastic trees and a lovely allotment complex