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CurlyGra wrote a review Aug 2018
63 contributions37 helpful votes
Unfortunately, Dundalk doesn't have a lot of green spaces in which to relax. I've been to Ice House Hill many times over the years, most recently this Summer. Its unfortunate that it looks a little run down these days. I suppose the council are not looking after it. Its a relaxing walk all the same, an escape from the town. But it could be better looked after. My boyfriend said the same thing. There is a lake in the middle though, in which ducks swim.…
Date of experience: July 2018
2 Helpful votes
Uly100 wrote a review Jun 2018
Dundalk, Ireland4 contributions
Nice place to relax or take a walk .There is also a lake where you can feed the ducks. located in the hart of town , 3 min walk from the bus station.
Date of experience: June 2018
GC61 wrote a review Mar 2018
Dundalk, Ireland61 contributions28 helpful votes
Unfortunately, Dundalk is quite lacking in green spaces, so this park is a great escape from the 'concrete jungle'. It's got lots of nice trees and is generally well planted so you can map the year from the crocuses, through the daffodils etc. I generally use it for walking/running (one full circuit is just over 800 metres) but it's also really popular with families as it has a duck pond and lots of benches to sit on. A great and valuable resource in Dundalk.…
Date of experience: March 2018
Sven R wrote a review Jul 2017
Oer-Erkenschwick, Germany39 contributions14 helpful votes
It is a nice small park for chilling if you want to get some rest from busy streets. There is a pond, some places to sit and a lot of greens to have a picnic on a sunny/dry day.
Date of experience: July 2017
Tara M wrote a review Jun 2017
35 contributions11 helpful votes
Really nice walk around the park, there's a duck pond and lots of benches with beautiful scenery. You can capture some great photos here too. Family friendly, picnic friendly, dog friendly.
Date of experience: June 2017