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    parking for Tonight

    Anyone know where is the best area for parking near Richmond Park?

    In one of the housing areas near the ground e.g. off Emmet Road or Bulfin Road ?

    We usually bus it/luas it from the city centre but with the weather in Dublin today being so changeable dont want to risk that.

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    Any of the roads off or near Bulfin Rd will do,I think the residents there are well used to it by now and know you'll be gone in a couple of hours.

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    If you're down early(ish) try and park down the laneway off Emmet Road (beside the turnstiles).

    If not then street parking on the streets around Bulfin can be quite tight. If you want quick access to the N4, I'd suggest parking by the park on Grattan Crescent (between Tyrconnell Road and Inchicore Road). You can see it on google map. Its 5 minutes from the ground and although pay and display until 7 it'll be free after that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the 12 th man View Post
    Any of the roads off or near Bulfin Rd will do,I think the residents there are well used to it by now and know you'll be gone in a couple of hours.
    Although used to it, there's still very few spots that don't cover someone's driveway and thats a no-no
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Although used to it, there's still very few spots that don't cover someone's driveway and thats a no-no
    It's the only place I've ever parked when I've gone to Richmond and I've always got a spot,not covering someone's driveway a given.

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    How about parking in the driveway (not covering it!) knock on the door invite myself in for a cup of tea?

    I jest....cheers for the advice lads.

    Should be a good game.

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