Buggy-friendly parkrun Dublin – Tymon Park

Tymon parkrun

Tried and tested by Candi @c_oreilly (Twitter)

Buggy Friendly rating: 9/10

Scenery: 6/10

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Course:

Tymon parkrun starts next to the car park on Limekiln Road in Dublin 12, about 5 minutes drive from the M50. It is a smallish, friendly and inclusive parkrun with numbers usually around 150 – 250 people of all ability levels.

Tymon is an inclusive parkrun and as well as small children in buggies, it welcomes bigger children and adults who need to be pushed around in jogging buggies and there are two available for families to try out on request.

Buggies can start where they see fit and as the field usually thins pretty quickly there are no issues during the two lap course which winds around the park on a tarmac path.

Facilities, cafes and playgrounds:

There are several large toilets by the car park and refreshments are  provided afterwards by the volunteer team. And sometimes cake too!

For the kids, there is a playground (which you will pass on the run).

Overall:

This is a lovely run that is inclusive and welcoming and there is always help for anyone who needs it.

 

Buggy friendly walks Dublin – The Grand Canal

A GRAND OLE STROLL

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Location: The Grand Canal (from Sally’s Bridge, Sundrive to Ranelagh) You can read all about its history here.

Path:  Footpath (Bumpy in parts) and pedestrian path alongside main road (Flat and accessible) 

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Buggy friendly walks Dublin – Sundrive Park

SHORT, SWEET AND CENTRAL

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Location: Eamonn Ceannt  Park, Sundrive, Dublin 12

Parking: No car park, off Clogher Road is best.

Path: Accessible, tarmac, looped

Facilities: Playground, playing fields,

Features: Tennis court, basketball court, all-weather pitch and velodrome!

Discover more family-friendly walks in South Dublin here.

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Buggy friendly walks Dublin – Ticknock

CHALLENGING BUT WORTH IT!

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Location: Ticknock, Dublin Mountaints (3km south west of Sandyford)

Path:  Tarmac, very steep incline. The start is marked by a barrier and info boards. (see photos). 

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Buggy friendly walks Dublin – Malahide Castle & Gardens

An enchanting stroll in Malahide

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Location: Malahide Castle and Gardens, Malahide, Co. Dublin

Path:  Forest trail and tarmac path, accessible, looped Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Dublin – Newbridge House & Farm

A sunny Saturday in Donabate

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Location: Newbridge House & Farm, Donabate, Co. Dublin

Path:  Tarmac path, looped, forest trail, accessible Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Dublin – St Anne’s Park

A gem of a park

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Location: St Anne’s Park, Raheny/Clontarf, Dublin

Path:  Mostly tarmac path, some forest trails (Plenty of looped walks) Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Dublin – The Phoenix Park

A family favourite in the heart of Dublin

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Makeshift changing facility

Location: The Phoenix Park, Dublin (entrances on both the north and south side of the city)

Path:  Cycle path, pedestrian path – tarmac, accessible, variety of looped/linear walks

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