Tramore Valley Park

Managed by The Glen Resource & Sports Centre on behalf of Cork City Council.

Also Promoting and Managing Activities & Events at Ballincollig Regional Park.

www.glencentre.ie

Opening Time

Mon-Sun

8:30am

Closing Time

Today

9:00pm

- Popular Activities -

BMX Track

Rugby Pitch

Outdoor Gym

2.5km Walk

The Dome

Organize an Event

How to Access
Tramore Valley Park

Vehicle access

There is only one access point for vehicles

1. Off the South Link Road opposite the Black Ash Park and Ride. It is the same access point for the civic amenity site.

Pedestrian Access

There are two locations to access the park on foot and by bicycle.

3. Via the Eastern Park Walkway, adjacent to Willow Park, close to Gaelscoil na Duglaise.

Note:

2. Access via Half Moon Lane is currently not available.

 Update in relation to Half Moon Lane Access:

Part 8 planning has been approved and the National Transport Authority have announced funding for the work to be carried out.  The works, when completed, will ensure the safety of pedestrians and cyclists availing of the park and will also take into consideration the safe movement of local vehicular traffic.

Click here to view a copy of the planning drawings.

GRANGE ROAD TO TRAMORE VALLEY PARK.

Part 8 planning has been approved for the Grange Road to Tramore Valley Park Pedestrian/Cycle Link. The National Transport Authority have announced €1.5m in funding to go towards progressing detailed design, procure contractor and commence construction.

A low resolution copy of the planning drawings can be viewed by clicking here.  Requests for a high resolution copy can be emailed to glenresourcecentre@gmail.com

The Park's History

The Kinsale Road Landfill site first opened in the early 1960’s. Over the next 35 years, over 3 million tonnes of waste from Cork homes and businesses were landfilled on site. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a waste licence for the site in 1997 which regulates and monitors all activities on site. The Landfill site closed in July 2009.
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Civic Amenity Site

The Civic Amenity Site is operated directly by Cork City Council.

For further information, click on the link below.

Become a
Park Ranger

We are now recruiting for Part-time Park Rangers to join the Glen Resource Centre Team. Park Rangers will be responsible for the Opening/Closing of the Park, with general supervision and cleaning duties.