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Title: South Dublin Village Walks - Clondalkin Stop 05: Entrance to Corkagh Park.
Authors: South Dublin Libraries - Local Studies
Keywords: South Dublin Village Walks
Corkagh Park
Issue Date: 3-Sep-2013
Description: South Dublin Village Walks - Clondalkin Stop 05: Entrance to Corkagh Park. Dublin County Council purchased the lands at Corkagh from Sir John Galvin in 1983 and designated it as a Regional Park which was officially opened to the public on Sunday 15th June 1986. Since the division of the County, the Parks Department of South Dublin County Council has continued to develop the Park. In particular they have improved the water features which now include "Put and Take" fishing lakes (fish are stocked regularly and must be released when caught), and a large wetland area. South Dublin County Council has also opened the Camac Valley Tourist Camping and Caravan Park on the grounds of Corkagh. Camac Valley has won many Business and Caravanning Awards.
Copyright: South Dublin Libraries - Local Studies
Location: Click here to view the location in Google Maps  Google Marker
Appears in Collections:Published Items
South Dublin Heritage Walks Collection

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