Address: Darndale Park, Belcamp Lane, Dublin 17.
Area: North Central
Category: Northside Neighbourhood parks
Enquiries: (01)222 5278
- Water Feature
- Playing Pitches
- Tree Planted boundaries
- Leisure Walks
Darndale Park, which was developed to its current layout during the late 1990s, is located immediately to the north of the residential suburb of Darndale, Dublin 17, and to the south of the N32 Roadway. It consists of an area of 13.1 hectares (33.4 Acres) and is a neighbourhood park providing a children’s playground, playing pitches, tree planted boundaries, and a significant water feature. The latter provides an important series of freshwater habitats and wetland and is also an important local fresh water fishing facility which is very popular in the area.
There are also approximately 2.3 km of surfaced recreational pathways throughout the park and a very pleasant linear tree planting outside the boundary railing separating the park from the roadway and the adjacent residential area.
Training area available for booking:
Contact Dublin City Council, Sport & Leisure Services, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8. Tel: (01) 222 2163.
For more information
Parks & Landscapes Services Division
Block 4, Ground Floor,
Enquiries: (01) 222 5278