Denis Morrissey Park
Denis Morrissey Park has something for everyone – play equipment, walking trail, large open space, a creek to explore and a fabulous dog park for the family hound to have a play too.
Located in Hectorville, this area is part of the Torrens Catchment and Fourth Creek Trail. Clean and well maintained, there is plenty of space to take a picnic lunch and a few ball games and spend the afternoon, or just drop by for a quick turn on the playground. There are public toilets located at the entrance and a car park.
Denis Morrissey Park playground equipment
The playground has a variety of equipment including swings, rockers and a climbing frame with multiple features including games and a slide. There is a picnic table and bench seats, lots of shade and paved paths suitable for a scooter or bike ride.
Exploring Fourth Creek
Fourth Creek runs through Denis Morrissey Park creating a fun and interesting place to investigate – perfect for splashing around after a little rain or for exploring during the drier months.
Once you cross over the first bridge, follow the path, over another bridge and head down along the walking trail.
Four Paws Park
Four Paws Park, opened in 2012, has been well designed with a variety of dog exercise equipment suitable for a fun training session, such as tunnels, hoops, weaving poles, hurdles and a ramp. There is also lighting, bench seats, a dog drinking fountain and of course bins and doggy bags.
Dogs are required to be kept on a leash at all times when not inside the fenced dog park at Denis Morrissey Park.
The park is located on the corner of Montacute and St Bernards Roads in Hectorville (behind the petrol station). Entry to the car park is off St Bernards Road.
For more information, including a map, visit the Campbelltown City website.
What: Denis Morrissey Park & Four Paws Park
When: All Year Round
Where: cnr Montacute & St Bernards Roads, Hectorville
Who: All Ages
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