This parkrun is easily accessible by bus as there are several routes that run along the nearby Malahide road. There is some on-street parking available next to the park but not a lot. Toilets and a changing room are available next to the start line.
The run consists of three laps around the outside of the park, though I believe there are plans in place to change this to a shorter five lap course, due to regular flooding in one part of the park. The route is entirely paved and mostly flat except for one short pinch of a hill. There are also no sharp turns so this could be a good place for a PB attempt. The park mainly consists of open green fields with a nice pond in the middle.
Parkrunnners enjoy coffee in a nearby clubhouse. This is a great opportunity to meet with everyone and discuss all things running.
One of the more interesting features of this park is that there are horses grazing in the middle of it. This certainly makes this a unique place, and it was made even more special today when there was a foal born in the park. Spring is in the air!