South Dublin County Council

Páirc Ghleann an Ghrífín


The Park, comprising over 200 acres, is formed from a series of public open spaces, each of which has an identifiable character. The first and oldest section is the popular little town park in the middle of Lucan Village. The second section known as Vesey Park can be entered at Adamstown / Newcastle Road; it winds its way around the Vesey housing estate and ends at the Lucan Bypass. The third section is an open space on the southern side of the bypass ending at Lynche's Lane. The enclosed section of Griffeen Valley Park starts on the other side of Lynche's Lane and extends along the rear of the Arthur Griffith housing estate to Griffeen Avenue. Further south is the Parks Department nursery and works depot for the North Clondalkin / Lucan / Palmerstown area.

List of facilities: 
Large Junior play area
Opening Times: 

November, December & January -- 5.00pm
February & March -- 6.00pm
April & October -- 7.00pm
May & September -- 8.00pm
June, July & August -- 9.00pm

Please note that, for operational reasons, the car parks are closed in sequence. Some car parks therefore close in advance of the official closing time. Where the closing time varies from the official closing time, the earlier time is prominently displayed at the entrance to the car park.


Related Documents

History of Griffeen Valley Park
Document type: Publications - pdf