Dr. Hyde Park (Páirc de hÍde in Irish) is a GAA stadium in Roscommon, Ireland. Built in 1969, and officially opened in 1971, it is the home of the Roscommon Gaelic football team, with Athleague being the traditional home for the Roscommon hurling team. Named after Gaelic scholar and first President of Ireland, Douglas Hyde, the ground has had a capacity of about 30,000, though that was reduced to 18,500 after a nationwide inspection of facilities by the GAA in 2011. Remedial works have since been carried out at the ground, and the capacity been set to 25,000. 
The ground was until recently, also home to Roscommon Gaels GAA club who have moved to newly developed grounds at Lisnamult. As the Roscommon GAA County board have now sole responsibility for the grounds, plans are in place to refurbish the playing surface in 2016 with further spectator accommodation improvements being advanced in the near future. The Grounds currently consists of four stands, one covered with seating and the other three open terraces. It is located beside the county hospital on the Athlone Road in Roscommon Town. It replaced the former home to Roscommon, St. Coman's Park, in 1969.