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This park is unique. A brackish pond is the centrepiece.. watch for a while to see the gulls snatch crab and mussels. Walk the perimeter and chat to locals. Cross the bridge over the dart to a hidden gem of the best view od Dublin....More
I love this park,the view is superb. It is in the heart of black rock,easy to reach,it has a playground,not big but good for little children. It has a pond with ducks and even swans sometimes. It is a relaxing place to take a stroll,do...More
Blackrock Park doesn't look like the attached photograph. It has an amphitheatre with an island stage which has not been used for years. There is a (recently renovated) bandstand which is rarely used even in the summer. The pond is attractive with swans, seagulls and...More
It is regrettable that this fantastic facility is neglected. The Victorian infrastructure inherited by the local authority is slowly but surely disintegrating. The band stand should be restored as a starting point.
Very small park with some history to it. Sometimes their is a volunteer that discusses the history of the place. The Peace Fountain in the pond was constructed in 1986 to mark International Year for Peace. It takes about 20 minutes to walk around the...More
I love this park. It extends right up to Booterstown and has the most gorgeous little pond with a little cabin and ducks and swans. It runs along the coast so one has a view of passing trains as well as the sea. There are...More
The park has improved greatly in recent years with constant changes to make visitors experience better. The lake is full of ducks and swans which is a good way to kill a few minutes with kids. There is also a cool playground which again my...More