It’s just a really nice countryside park. Landscaped around a good-looking 16th century castle, the park covers many miles of walks through woods, farms and the coast. Keep your camera read to catch pictures of the local fauna – ravens, herons and otters. Lead your kids over to the children’s playground. Enjoy a vigorous run. Camp down for an afternoon picnic. Spread a blanket and nap. Make friends with the local dogs and their walkers. There’s a gym with free workout implements – work up a sweat, and the cool down in the coastal breeze.
At Rinville Point and Saleen Point, you can enjoy nice views of Galway, Galway Bay and the Burren of County Clare. You can also check out the ruins of Rinville Hall, an 18th century building that burned down.
Rinville Park Travel Tips
- Bring a jacket. The coastal breeze can be chilly.
- Don’t litter.
How to Reach Rinville Park
- You’ll have to drive here.
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29.62% of people who visit Galway include Rinville Park in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
27.7% of people start their Rinville Park visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Rinville Park
89.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rinville Park