Ardgillan Demesne Traffic Data 2018-2023 FCC

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Data on Traffic Volume entering to Ardgillan Demesne - 2018 to 2022Ardgillan park is unique among Dublin’s regional parks for the magnificent views it enjoys of the coastline. A panorama, taking in Rockabill Lighthouse, Colt Church, Shenick and Lambay Islands may be seen, including Sliabh Foy, the highest of the Cooley Mountains, and of course the Mourne Mountains can be seen sweeping down to the sea.The park area is the property of Fingal County Council and was opened to the public as a regional park in June 1985. Preliminary works were carried out prior to the opening in order to transform what had been an arable farm, into a public park. Five miles of footpaths were provided throughout the demesne, some by opening old avenues, while others were newly constructed. They now provide a system of varied and interesting woodland, walks and vantage points from which to enjoy breath-taking views of the sea, the coastline and surrounding countryside. A signposted cycle route through the park since June 2009 means that cyclists can share the miles of walking paths with pedestriansAttractions within the DemesnePlay GroundRose GardensFair TrailPollinator Areas ( Approx. 40 Acres on whole Demesne)CafeCycle Track Walking Routes  

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Theme Health
Date released 2021-11-09
Date updated 2024-01-18
Update frequency Monthly
Language English
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Geographic coverage Fingal