Corcagh Park is located in South Dublin close to Clondalkin and Casemont Aerodrome in Baldonnell. The park has a mix of sports fields and woodlands. It also has two large ponds that are fed by the River Camac. There is a 4.5 Kilometre walk around the park and there are plenty of woodland areas.
The ponds attract a variety of gulls, divers and ducks. There is a pathway around the park and several fishing platforms where you can get close access to the water. There is a large carpark close to the ponds and parking is free.
Sat-Nav co-ordinates for the carpark are 53.308210, -6.423843
If you have the time you should also visit Grange Castle Business Park which is just a 5 minute drive away. The park contains a large pond with a walk around the whole perimeter. You will see a mix of gulls, waterfowl and divers. Occasionally it has attracted Pintails and Gadwalls. It has also attracted Iceland Gulls and Kumlien’s Gulls in the past. When you enter the park, there is a small parking bay on your left. Park here and walk across the road. You can walk from here to the pond entrance. Photographs in the gallery of the Snipe, the Cormorant and the Pintail on this page were taken here.
Parking Co-ordinates are: 53.327981, -6.434649