Looking for something to do with the kids in Wexford? Why not take them to one of the many playgrounds in Wexford? Here are some Wexford playgrounds the kids will have a ball in:
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Wexford Playgrounds The Kids Will Have A Ball In
Redmond Park, Wexford Town
At Redmond Park in Wexford Town you can find a children’s playground with swings, climbing, and multiplay equipment. There are also toilets, picnic areas and plenty of green space to run around in.
Redmond Park can be accessed from Hill Street car park (locally known as Dr. Furlongs car park) or the main gate on Spawell Road.
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Pearse Park, New Ross
At Pearse Park in New Ross you’ll find a playground for toddlers, children’s play area, picnic area, public sculpture, green spaces and a wildflower area.
Enniscorthy Promenade Playground
Enniscorthy Promenade Playground has lots of fun equipment for kids of all ages and abilities. There is a central play unit with the Play-Odyssey Senior Tower with “Gun Powder Store” at top level, 2 tunnel double poly slides and many other fun features which offer children plenty of play value.
Specialist sensory and special needs equipment are also included, including eco-tube chimes, an inclusive & fully accessible multi-user wheelchair roundabout and a wheelchair-accessible swing, zip wire and a number of other play pieces.
Gorey Town Park
Gorey Town Park has a well-equipped children’s play area, with swings, slides, springers and multi-play equipment. It’s enclosed and there’s also a picnic area.
There is a Junior Adventure Playground at Courtown Adventure & Leisure Centre in Gorey that has a slide, climbing frame, swings and sand pit with a picnic bench for afterwards.
The playground at Kilmore Quay overlooks Saltee Islands, there’s free parking available beside the playground. After some play in the playground, you can also enjoy taking a walk down the pier and watching the seals feeding.
Over to you now. Are any of these Wexford playgrounds your favourites? Tell us in the comments below.