MT BERN ARD PARK ACCORDING TO TWO SIGNS – ACTUALLY MOUNT BERNARD PARK
It might be a good idea to change the signage on the gates.
Even though I live close by I did no know that this park existed until I first photographed it in August 2011. However, I photographed it again six years later and was convinced that I have never visited before and that was a bit worrying from a memory point of view.
Back in 2017 I made the following comment:
“Dublin is full of well maintained parks and most of them could be described as “attractive” but this park is not one of them. There are also indications that it suffers from anti-social activities. This park is likely to become much better known and frequented as the the main entrance is located at Liam Whelan Bridge the location of the new Luas Tram Stop serving the Cabra area of Dublin.”
Today I entered the park via the long ramp at the Luas Tram Stop and while there were no people at the tram stop the park was full with children and dogs so I was right about it becoming better known and frequented [I avoided photographing the bust sections].
This time there were no obvious examples of anti-social activity but in my opinion the park is less attractive than most that I have visited in recent years.