Starting point: John O’Sullivan Park, Woodland Walk, Lees Road, Ennis
Opened in 2005 and located just 1 km from Ennis town centre, the Sports and Amenity Park at Lees Road is set in 134 acres of feature-rich, biodiverse woodland and parkland. The Park was renamed in memory of Sgt. John O’Sullivan, former President of Clare Community Games.
Within the 134 acres, there are a variety of marked looped walks and woodland trails. Information boards in the car park give details of the flora and fauna in the Park.
The Park is a busy hub for the people of Ennis and Clare whether they are serious athletes, participating in team games, enjoying a leisurely stroll or watching their children in the playground.
Facilities include four conventional playing pitches, large all-weather pitch, skateboard park, active trail, athletics track, cross country running tracks, woodland walking trails and a community orchard. These are served by eight dressing rooms and ample car/coach parking. All pitches, athletics track must be pre-booked. The other facilities are free and do not require booking.
Please remember that the trails are suitable as daytime walks only and be conscious of the Park’s closing times.
If you are walking your dog, please help make the experience an enjoyable and healthy one for all Park users. Remember that even the friendliest of dogs can cause fear and anxiety in others and that it is essential that the Park remains clean and safe. To ensure this, please follow the rules:
Lees Road, Ennis, County Clare