Clarisford Park Photography Competition

cpark mix.jpgClarisford Park is pleased to announce a Monthly Photography Competition to coincide with the preparation of the Healthy Killaloe Ballina Report, which sets out a Vision for Killaloe Ballina as the first healthy town in Ireland.

Each month in 2017 we ask you to share your photos of Clarisford Park with us and be in with a chance to win a monthly sports voucher.

How to Enter
1. Email: Please email photo & name to

2. Facebook: Please share your photo on Clarisford Park Page






Deadline for receiving entries is 4:00 p.m. on the last day of the month
The competition is open to amateur photographers only.
There is no limit to the number of entries you submit
The photographs must be taken in Clarisford Park.
There is no entry fee.
The copyright of all entries remains with the copyright holder. However, by submitting your photograph to Clarisford Park you agree to grant Clarisford Park, free of charge, the right to publish and the right to licence others to publish the photograph in all media and publications as required. While we will attempt to credit photographers we cannot guarantee that every use of the photographs will include the photographers’ names.
All entries into the competition must be suitable for publication and therefore appropriate for a general audience.
The decision of Clarisford Park to accept or reject any entry is final and no correspondence shall be entered into.

Schedule of Activities

Clarisford Park is the Community Sports Hub for County Clare. In addition to the resident clubs Ballina Killaloe RFC, Lough Derg FC , the Killaloe Scout Group and Derg AC, have a look at some of the groups and clubs using Clarisford Park offering you and your family sport & recreational activities.

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Official Launch of Clarisford Park

Clarisford Park was Officially Launched by Minister Noonan on Friday 23 September 2016.
Thousands turned up to see the Game of Two Halves with Pat Shortt suitably attired in wellies to ref the match, hurling and rugby legends, olympians, scouts, local teachers and community stars togged out, the amazing volunteers marshalled the cars, the people, the teapots & the buns, and we even had the Tipperary Rap

Dogs Must be Kept on a Lead at all Times

DogsKeptLeadTaking your dog for a walk in Clarisford Park should be an enjoyable and healthy experience for you, your dog and other visitors.

Not everyone appreciates dogs, and even the friendliest of dogs can cause fear and anxiety in adults as well as children.

If you bring a dog to Clarisford Park you must:
– Keep the dog on a suitable lead
– Ensure that the dog does not enter on or damage playing surfaces
– Clean up after the dog as dog dirt can cause disease, particularly in children
For everyone’s enjoyment it is essential that recreational and amenity areas are clean and safe, and your assistance in achieving this is vital.


Failure to keep your dog under control (on a lead) is an offence under the Control of Dogs Act 1986, and failure to clean up after your dog is an offence under the Litter Pollution Act 1997. Both acts provide for a fine or prosecution in respect of offences


Clarisford Park Online Booking System