Located in the heart of Ringsend and Irishtown off Strand Street on 10.58 hectares, the park comprises of grassed based soccer and GAA pitches, synthetic pitches, kick-about areas playgrounds and athletics track. There are also a substantial number of mature and semi-mature deciduous and evergreen trees in the park.
The park has recently been redeveloped through a collaborative effort with support from local residents, community and sporting groups, Dublin City Council, Dublin Docklands Development Authority, An Garda Síochána and local public representatives.
This redevelopment has resulted in the provision of a modern park with the highest standard of sports and leisure facilities to the communities of Ringsend and Irishtown and members of the public.
The Park has a range of facilities to cater for the passive and active recreational need of the local community and visitors to the park.
Playgrounds: Junior Play area with swings, slides, multi purpose play units including picnic benches and seating. Senior Play Area with Climbing Frames and slides.
Sports: Seven A Side Multi Use Sports Area including Soccer, Basketball and Tennis. Full Size UEFA Certified synthetic surfaced floodlit pitch. This Pitch can be booked by contacting Ringsend Sports Stadium On Tel: 2223801
A community allotment of 34 allotments are due for completion in late 2010 and will be fully operational by early 2011
Car parking is available for Ringsend Park and Sports Stadium users at Irishtown Stadium. The car parking area has been increased in recent months to cater for an additional 35 No. car parking spaces. Users should be aware that the car park is closed when the stadium is not in use
Ringsend Park shows Dublin City Council’s continued commitment to the provision of high quality park, play and sports facilities in local areas.
Dublin Biodiversity Audio Tour
The Dublin Biodiversity Audio Tour brings together stories on 11 sites of interest to nature-lovers, from community gardens and city parks to collections in museums and botanic gardens. The DBAT is a series of short, free-to-download pod-cast audio clips. By downloading individual audio files to your personal audio player or smart phone, the Dublin Biodiversity Audio Tour - Trinity Centre for Biodiversity Research : Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin, Ireland will lead you on a journey of discovery through Dublin. This park is included in the Audio Tour.
For more information
- Parks & Landscapes Services Division,
Block 4, Ground Floor,
Enquiries: (01) 222 5278
- Ringsend Park Depot