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Smugglers Drive Park

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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published July 26th 2011
Amongst the pirate named streets of Seaford Rise sits the hidden cove of Smugglers Drive Park. You don't have to be Long John Silver to enjoy the wide green lawn when you spend the day outdoors.

The grassed area at Smugglers Drive Park is perfect for playing ball games. You could start up a friendly game of soccer with some friends, or have a kick of the footy. It is a great area to take the kids to help them practice, they'll have fun and get better at their game of choice. There are two grassed areas, separated by a line of trees, so even if someone else is at the park you can find your own space. You could also use the space for your dog to run around, or fly a kite with the kids on a nice day.

You'll find Smugglers Drive Park a pleasant place to have a picnic. Set up your blanket on the grass. In spring the trees that lay bare in winter are full and beautiful, take a stroll past the tree lined parks and enjoying your time in the sun. There are no undercover areas at Smugglers Drive Park, so you'll want to make sure the sky is clear when you head here, you might feel like you've been made to walk the plank if there is an unexpected downpour.

The park is also close to the Seaford Rise Walking Park. Try taking a walk along the creek, and heading to Smugglers Park when you want to stop for some lunch.

If you're looking for other parks or reserves in the area, then head to the Onkaparinga City Council Website.
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Why? Picnic and play in this special spot
When: Anytime
Where: Smugglers Drive, Seaford Rise
Cost: Free
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