Five autumn photos that will make you fall in love with Corkagh Park
By Aura McMenamin
The temperatures are dropping and the days are getting shorter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the natural beauty that South Dublin County has to offer.
Corkagh Park is one of our favourite places to go for a Saturday morning stroll. There’s many reason to love this Clondalkin spot, the rose garden, the playground, petting zoo, cycle tracks and many tree-lined walk ways.
There is no better way to enjoy a leisurely stroll in Corkagh Park than when the weather is crisp, the sky is blue and the autumn leaves have fallen on the path, creating some amazing colours.
Here are five pictures taken by Clondalkin resident Liz O’Neill that will make you want to throw on your parka and go for a stroll in Corkagh Park this evening.
1. Corkagh Park lakes
2. It’s the perfect place to read a book or eat a sambo
3. The forestry is enchanting
4. The best tracks for a walk, run or cycle
5. Autumn. Leaves. EVERYWHERE
Many thanks to Liz O’Neill for allowing us to share her photos. You can follow her on Instagram at @violasax