Croom Town Park was developed from what was known as the Well Meadow. The location along the banks of the river Maigue is ideal. The land with its mature trees was further enhanced with horticultural planting to incorporate a selection of trees and flower beds, giving areas of interest throughout the year. The park has had several additions over the years including the development of a Community Orchard, a prettily planted pergola, and a slipway for water enthusiasts to gain access to the river Maigue.
The parkland is traversed by walking paths giving the community and visitors an opportunity to walk or run on an even surface. For those who are very active, there are adult fitness machines available. The park has plenty of space and benches to sit and enjoy nature.
There is an extensive playground for our younger community.
Croom Town Park is a haven for wildlife, and the feeding heron and serene swans are a joy to behold. The lesser spotted otters and a flash of a kingfisher will keep the nature fans eagle eyed along the Maigue.
Irish native tree species planted in Croom Town Park.