Corkagh Park

Corkagh Park
Newlands Cross, Dublin, Ireland.

Originally part of the lands attached to Corkagh House (no-longer in existence), Corkagh Park is an attractive amenity, consisting of landscaped parks and woodlands covering approximately 120 hectares. Throughout the year (and during daylight hours), the open space is enjoyed by visitors of all ages. But after dark, the park takes on a different vibe altogether.

Within the grounds is a tree lined path known locally as the Devil’s Passage. Workers have claimed that they felt they were being watched while working in this area, while others have described an eerie atmosphere. Visitors have claimed that a headless horseman has been seen galloping through here, while others report the sound of pounding hooves passing by when the area has been deserted.

Venue Name
Naas Road, Newlands Cross, Dublin, Ireland

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Admission Policies
Opening Times Apply
Facilities & Services
Fully Accessible
Car Park
Marked Walking Trails
Picnic Area

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