One of the best parks in Dublin for dogs. The forest and river really do make a great play area for the furry mutts. Nice little restaurant too for coffee and cake, if a little pricey but all in all, well worth the visit
About St. Anne's Park, Dublin
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Been there twice before but never explored it. It's a little gem in Clontarf and you can get "lost in it". I saw another piece of the park that I haven't seen before and it's worth it. There is a part of it where it...More
it's a lovely park for a relaxing morning or afternoon. there might be a soccer or Gaelic football or hurling going on! good to watch!! the rose garden is special when in bloom! The Red Stables restaurant and coffee shop are worth a visit! just...More
Went for a Sunday family morning stroll. Walked the Dog and the kids played in the playground. Great markets at the weekend! Something for Everyone. Great spot would highly recommend!
Huge park, lot's of green and very colorful when the flowers bloom, especially Rose's avenue. There are some play fields, RC car's (and other) track, dog's park, plenty of spaces to run, lay down, have a picnic, etc... Every Saturday, there's a nice market there.
Great place on a Sunday small markets there and great place to walk with dogs too. They have a dog park separated by small and large. get a coffee and watch them play ..great spot
Went for a Sunday family afternoon stroll (2 x parents & 2 x kids). Lots to see and do; excellent playground, trees to climb, sites to see. Highly recommended.
Irish people love to walk so you wlll always find people here. Wall for moss and miles, explore old ruins, climb insanely gnarled tree roots, let the kids explore the woods, let the dogs run around, go to the playground, and finish up your visit...More