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A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Fairview parkrun, Tolka Valley parkrun, Poppintree parkrun and Poolbeg parkrun are some of the parkruns in this area.

Phoenix Park is a highly rated running spot with a hard surface in Dublin.

Phoenix Park

Flat asphalt/concrete running spot
Image by Peter Mooney on Flickr

Best places for workouts in Dublin

If you need an open track in Dublin; Irishtown Stadium and ALSAA Sports Centre are marked as open to the public.

Winter running in Dublin

Winters in Dublin can get dark. In December it is only bright out between about 1010 AM and 175 PM.

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If you want to run after sunset or early in the morning Saint Stephens Green should have electic lighting.

Saint Stephens Green

Asphalt/Concrete running spot with some hills
Image by Ron Cogswell on Flickr

Your favourite running surface in Dublin

The course of Ardgillan parkrun has a soft surface and are not very far from Dublin for those who like to avoid the asphalt and concrete.

College Park

400m grass track
Image by José Ibañez on Flickr

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Great running spots in Dublin

Phoenix Park | Saint Stephens Green

Group runs in Dublin

St Anne’s parkrun | Poppintree parkrun | Father Collins parkrun | Fairview parkrun | Poolbeg parkrun | Darndale parkrun | Tolka Valley parkrun | Brickfields parkrun

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Running tracks in Dublin

Irishtown Stadium | Donore Harriers | College Park

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Weather in Dublin

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Open to the public
Mark as open if it is closed due to COVID-19 but open usually.
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