This is an open grassy park (3ha) with swings for children and two interesting sculptures depicting features about Irish migration. It lies between a caravan park and bowling green. Dogs to be kept on a lead.

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  • Nice little Town Park near Larne Town Centre just down the Curran Road. The park has a Famous Historic Monument dedicated to the Friends Goodwill ship that left Larne for America, as well as a small playground, bowling green and woodland & picnic areas.

    Nicholas Davis at 10:29 pm
  • County Antrim

    Distance 0.3 miles

    OS Map 9

    Terrain Flat

    Nearest Town Larne

    Route Shape Circular

    Grid Reference D410025

    Route Type Parkland & Grassland

    Route Description

    Entrance is via the Curran Road. There is no set walk within the park but paths are clearly visible.

    Point of Interest

    Bronze and stonework sculptures

    Getting to the start

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    Toilets are at the Leisure Centre on Tower Road nearby and on Agnew Street in the town centre. The Curran Court Hotel and a Mace shop are near the entrance.