Corkagh Park is one of the most important treasures of South Dublin the 300 acre is immediately adjacent to the Naas Road and stretching almost a mile to the village of Clondalkin.
The landscape of the park is typical of estate parkland in appearance, with large open expanses of grassland. Panoramic views through the Park's flat to gently undulating scenery lead the eye to the foothills of the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains.
The lakes at Corkagh Park Fisheries are the biggest leisure angling lakes in Dublin. Opened in June of 2004, this superb fishery comprises two lakes; a coarse lake and a trout lake that together form approximately seven and a half acres of fishing space.
If you are looking for a hotel near Corkagh Park Bewley's Hotel Newlands Cross is within walking distance of the park.
Why not book your stay at Bewley's Hotel Newlands Cross today.