If you’re looking for something fun to do in Roscommon with your kids, head to one of these playgrounds in Roscommon for some fresh air and outdoor play. These Are Fun Playgrounds in Roscommon To Visit:
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Most of these playgrounds are free to visit and you can combine them with other activities nearby for a day out.
These Are Fun Playgrounds in Roscommon To Visit
Boyle Pleasure Gardens
There’s a lovely safe enclosed playground within Boyle Pleasure Gardens which has swings, slides and climbing equipment.
Ballaghderreen Playground is located on Convent Road beside the national school and has a good selection of equipment.
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Lough Key Forest and Activity Park
Lough Key Forest & Activity Park near Boyle has a lovely playground which smallies will love called the Adventure Play Kingdom full of stimulating and entertaining activities and equipment for children. Enjoy walks around the Park and check for family events before you visit.
NB The Adventure Play Kingdom costs €5 for a day pass per child, adults accompanying go free.
Roscommon Town Park Playground
Mum Clár says she likes it because “It’s closed off, very secure and private and there’s a lake with ducks and then the castle (Roscommon Castle). It’s just such a beautiful park, well worth a visit”.
The Strokestown Playground is located on the Boreen Road in Strokestown. It is enclosed with a fence and has a nice selection of equipment including swings, climbing equipment, seesaw and roundabout.
Over to you now! Do you have any favourite playgrounds in Roscommon? Tell us in the comments below.