Sports Development Officer (021) 492 4741
Mahon Municipal Golf Course
Mahon Golf Course is an 18 hole golf course set between Clover Hill and the estuary of the Douglas River which attracts constant praise from golfers.
See http://www.mahongolfcourse.ie for further details.
Cork City Council has 3 leisure centres, Leisureworld Bishopstown Leisureworld Churchfield and Douglas, operated by Leisureworld on our behalf. All 3 facilities have pools, with Bishopstown and Churchfield having pitches, gyms, and saunas. See http://www.leisureworldcork.com/ for further details.
The Council also has a leisure centre, the Glen Resource Centre incorporating all weather pitches, meeting rooms, ski slope, zip wire courses etc, managed by Glen Resource Centre Ltd on our behalf – see www.glencentre.ie
The Council has 2 indoor sports halls managed by the City of Cork VEC .
The Parks Department maintains a number of walkways and parks in the City. A number of new parks have opened in recent years, including Fitzgeralds Park which is the largest Park in the City and Skate Park at the Mardyke, with a major investment as well in playgrounds and Multi User Games Areas .
Park Opening Hours:
Month Open From Closed At
November to February 8.30a.m. 5.00p.m.
March 8.30a.m. 6.00p.m.
April 8.30a.m. 8.00p.m.
May 8.30a.m. 9.00p.m.
June & July 8.30a.m. 10.00p.m.
August 8.30a.m. 9.00p.m.
September 8.30a.m. 8.00p.m.
October 8.30a.m. 6.00p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays 10.00a.m.
Bank Holidays 10.00a.m.
E mail email@example.com
Phone 021 492 4729 or 492 4333.
Parks Nursery (021) 429 4462
Parks Depot, Togher (021) 454 6230
Parks Depot, Glen (021) 450 4657
Parks Depot, Fairhill (021) 430 4431
Fitzgeralds Park, The Mardyke (021) 434 5228
Parks Capital Project (021) 492 4441
Cork City Council manages four Municipal Cemeteries
The four cemeteries provide a quality and caring burial service to bereaved families. The individual cemeteries are maintained to a high standard and therefore are considered by local residents within their catchment area as local parks and tranquil spaces for walking and sitting. They provide refuge for nature and their maintenance is tailored to increase bio-diversity.
Telephone General Office (021) 492 4333 / 4731
Address: Parks, Recreation & Sport Division, Environment & Recreation Directorate, Cork City Council, City Hall, Anglesea Street, Cork.