Tymon Park provides opportunities for a range of outdoor active and passive activities for all age groups, including walking, jogging, participation in active sport, principally field sports, and a Fairy Trail for the kids.
Tymon Park Forest is designed to produce a rich and diverse woodland landscape with a total of 125 different species. The park hosts a number of woodland trails with way-markers and signs to guide the visitor, along with on-site interpretation of woodland features where appropriate. The park features two lakes with interconnecting water features, and with a comprehensive system of pedestrian paths and bridges the lakes form a recreational focal point in the park.
Whilst on your walk, you might just catch a glimpse some water-fowl. The park’s water features provide a valuable habitat for up to 92 species of flora and fauna.
The park traverses the M50 via a pedestrian footbridge and offers stunning views of the Dublin Mountains. You can connect from Tymon to Dodder Valley Park and the Weir at Balrothery via the M50 underpass.