View this property on Google Maps

This park is an irregular shape with a large flat area at the southern end of the park, a small play area up the top of a steep bank, and a small, narrow space extending to the northeast. A path from Dunvegan Place runs down the western side of the park to Caernarvon Street.

The name ‘Caernarvon’ follows the theme of British castles. Caernarvon Castle, situated in north Wales, had its walls built by Edward I after the final conquest of Wales between 1282-1283.


Full-sized field

Park bench(es)

Picnic tables



Suitable for

Family groups

Multiple fields


Small sporting events


Booking enquiry

Do I need an event permit?

An event permit ensures both your event and the safety of attendees is prioritised. You need a permit to host an event in a public park or space in Hamilton, especially when having any of the below:

  • inflatables e.g. bouncy castle
  • amusement devices
  • food for sale, free or fundraising
  • amplified sound e.g PA system
  • music
  • marquee
  • stage
  • road closure.

Apply for an event permit

Can I book a park for my wedding?

Find out more information below to use one of our parks for your wedding ceremony or reception.

Book a park for your wedding

Booking dates

Will you have food for sale or for free during your event?

Will you require access to existing toilets?

Do you need vehicle access to the field?

Share this page


Has this page been helpful?
Thanks for your feedback.