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Sligo Playgrounds

Looking for something to do with the kids in Sligo? Why not stop by some of our favourite playgrounds in Sligo Town?

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Seaview Park

The recreational facility at Seaview Park has an array of facilities including a full size grass playing pitch, multi-sports area, children’s playground area, wetland area, walking tracks and landscaping.

Hillside Adventure Park (Forthill)

Hillside Adventure Park (Forthill) is located close to the centre of Sligo with access from Holborn Hill and Connaughton Road.

Mitchell Curley Park

Mitchell Curley Park is located on the urban fringe of Sligo City on the Ballydoogan road west of the city centre. Drive approximately 300 metres past St Marys GAA club with the entrance on the North side of the Ballydoogan road.

The park covers an area of approximately 12 acres and includes 3 playing pitches, a toddler and children’s playground, teenage multisports arena and over 1.8 km of walking trail suitable for all.

Doorly Park Playground

Across from Cleveragh Road Retail Park is the Doorly Park Playground which includes a diverse range of play equipment including an interactive technology zone and extensive climbing equipment and nets.

Around the county you can also find playgrounds in:

Enniscrone, Ballinacarrow, Coolaney, Ballymote, Tubbercurry, Screen, Aclare and North Sligo Playground.

Do you have a favourite playground in Sligo that you like to visit with the kids? Tell us in the comments below.

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This website was created by Jill Holtz and Michelle Davitt, both of whom are mothers of young children. Jill and Michelle decided to create this resource themselves, and launched mykidstime.ie in 2007.

Comments

  1. Deborah Cusack says:

    hi do you have any photos of doorly playground we have spent some time in sligo as my kids love it there and also because their dad was part of the construction of doorly playground. Would love if you had som e as my son is doing a project on sligo county and would love to include some photos of this playground.

    Kind Regards

    Deborah Cusack

    1. Jill Holtz jill@mykidstime.ie says:

      Hi Deborah we may do somewhere in our past pics so we will take a look for you

  2. Beth says:

    We visited Sligo for the 2nd time since moving to County Leitrim today and since we’d promised our 6-year-old daughter that we’d taker her to a park, I unwisely chose Seaview Park thinking it sounded nice. I definitely should have picked a different park. We were very underwhelmed. Although we could see the beauty in the grassy area, etc, there was not much to play on and the surrounding area was rather dull looking. I wouldn’t recommend this park for someone who is looking for a nice playground.