While Ireland boasts of a host of sight-seeing spots and holiday destinations, the Corkagh Pet Farm is an ideal visiting place for people in love with animals. Kids too enjoy this place, given the variety of plants and animals that are found here. Moreover, they also get the opportunity to know about different animals, and who knows, this could also change their outlook toward the animal world?
Situated in the 300 acre Corkagh park, close to the Nass Road and just 2 kilometers from the village of Clondalkin, the park is known for its array of pet birds and animals, and farm animals. Initially built to increase the number of visitors to the Park, this project has taken a different dimension and the Parks Department and the Corkagh Park Staff Partnership Committee are greatly interested in taking it to a new level altogether.
The park landscape, apart from being beautiful and picturesque, is ideal for pet farm habitation. The view extends to the horizon of the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. With the River Camac flowing through the vast landscape of the park, the serenity and the picturesqueness is magnified even more. Dotted by the ruins of old windmills, the park is set for renovation, along with the gardens and the courtyards of the structures as an enterprise and heritage centre.
One of the best things to do in Dublin is to visit this park with your family and friends and trust that you would not be disappointed. Some of the places to enjoy here include:
Corkagh Park Playground: Visited by children and the elders, the park provides opportunities for several fun-plays and exciting games.
Corkagh House and Rose Garden: Originally started as a farm house, the building had been extended with eight bays and a parapeted roof. The house presents an archaic feel with ten bedrooms, a library, a dining room, study, anteroom, drawing room, and an anteroom. The rose garden at the backyard offers you a recluse where you could have tea or a picnic with your family and friends with the plush background of the woodlands stretching across the horizon.
Corkagh Park Fishery: Initiated to attract fishery enthusiasts from across the world, the ‘put and take’ fishery was developed in 2001. The pathway across the border of the two fishing lakes is a favored pathway among visitors. Some of the facilities that are provided in this area fishing rod hire, coffee shop, include tackle shop, public toilets and an outdoor timber deck and seating area.
So, enjoy the Corkagh Pet Farm and take back fond memories of Dublin with you.
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