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My children (one boy aged 10 & one boy aged 5) & I love this park & all of the facilities. There is so much too do. Different park sections depending on age/abilities. Some very fun zip lines for all ages. We love nothing more...More
I walked around the park. Beautiful big park with lovely trees. It was a fine sunny evening. People were jogging an playing tennis. There is a nice Cafe in the Park it was closed when I came. The park was clean and well kept. Very...More
Travelled all the way from London (600 miles) just to go to this famous park. Head to adventure playground and notice that the zipwire seat is missing. "Oh well" I think, and decide to look at the swings. I notice that these are also missing....More
No matter how many times I go to St Columb's park, I'm always happy to see it again. There is so much to do (the café is really good!), but the views are my favourite thing about the park. Ideal for a leisurely stroll with...More
The park is just lovely, great walks and amazing views of the city. You can access the Peace Bridge and you are then at the Guildhall and all that the city has to offer.
Park has a lovely café
The Foyle Arena is a fantastic...More
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There's not a specific area set aside for you to bbq, but there are places where you COULD. I'd recommend the stadium/football pitch at the lower entrance with the running track around it. There's a lot of good space down... More
There's not a specific area set aside for you to bbq, but there are places where you COULD. I'd recommend the stadium/football pitch at the lower entrance with the running track around it. There's a lot of good space down there, and some paved areas where you could even use disposable bbqs x