Lark Park


Lark Park Reviews

  • It's a small walkway that is part of Tramore Strand in Co. Waterford. It is preserved as a nature Trail as you can see from some of the photographs. Bird watchers may come a cross nesting parents here among the long tall grasses. The trail breaks onto the sand hills of Tramore where you can join in with other trail blazers and continue your love of the sea and beach coming together.

    Michael Dunphy 2 years ago
  • Right at the back of Tramore beach overlooking Tramore bay. It's a bit of a bird sanctuary and I have to give the county council the heads up on that one. Nicely maintained with shrubs and trees planted and beauty full arranged seating spaces to sit and enjoy. Even little sanctuaries for bees and bugs. You can tell someone used a bit of imagination here. There is free parking and a disabled bay. Wheelchair users could access the park via an entrance from the main road adjacent to the car park. I could have easily given five stars but there is a lack of toilet facilities like in most places of Ireland. The walkway is stamped sand and usable for wheelchairs but not without a little extra push. Since the Corona crisis you are even told which way round one should walk which is a bit over the top. The parking here is free but not for vehicles over two mtr and a very limited amount of spaces. Yet even at the car park you have a picnic area. Knowing that this is the site of a former landfill I can't help but to congratulate the creators for this amenity.

    klaus foyle 2 years ago
  • Beautiful views of the Back Strand and Tramore town, car park and smooth path, lots of Larks and Stonechats as well as views of wading birds such as Curlews, Godwits, Redshanks and Egrets. This place is extra special as this area was a rubbish tip and has been re-claimed,we need to protect this habitat for the ground nesting birds. Dog walkers need to keep dogs on leads during the nesting season and clear up poo.

    Jenny Usherwood 4 years ago
  • Fantastic looped walk with stunning views of the back strand. Many wading birds in view. Hope they put a bird hide here.

    Shane McDonald 2 years ago
  • Lovely walk. Great views. Fantastic air. Regularly walk it when the tide is in. Very popular. It is 1.25 kilometres long. Circular walk. Parking nearby. Niall

    Niall Rooney 2 years ago
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4.7 stars - based on 60 reviews
County Waterford Ireland,

Opening Hours:

Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours

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