Spend a Family Day at Emerald Park
You don’t have to travel overseas to have a fun-filled trip with the family. Why not spend a fabulous family day at Emerald Park and have a great night’s sleep at Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport afterward.
Emerald Park is a family adventure theme park with a zoo and over 100 attractions. The park is located in Killebrew town, near Ashbourne, County Meath, and is easily accessible from Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport.
The theme park at Emerald Park has a range of attractions to suit all ages and some unique options including Ireland’s only wooden roller coaster, and Emerald Park’s newest water ride. It is worth noting there are age and height restrictions for these rides.
If you need a break from the thrills of the theme park, you can take a wander around the Emerald Park Zoo. Home to a wide range of animals there’s enough to keep you entertained for hours.
Food and Refreshments
There are lots of options if tummy’s start rumbling while you are at Emerald Park. Ever had tea in a treehouse? You can here, the treehouse built into a huge sycamore tree serves tea, coffee, and snacks. For something more substantial there is also The Lodge Restaurant or visit one of our restaurants upon your return.
Hotel Near Emerald Park
Emerald Park is an easy 20-minute drive from the Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport so it is easy and convenient to get to. The theme park offers onsite car parking.
How to Get to Emerald Park
Emerald Park is easily accessible by car and offers on-site parking.
From the entrance to our hotel, turn right towards Clonshaugh Road, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Clonshaugh Road. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto R139 and follow straight for 600m. At the roundabout, take the E01 ramp to Southbound/M50. Continue onto E01/M50 for 4.8km. At Junction 5, exit onto N2/M2 towards Derry/Ashbourne. In 12km at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto N2/Slane. Continue on the N2 for 3.8km. Turn left onto R155/Dunshaughlin/Ratoath.
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