The Knockatallon Looped Walks are a series of four looped walks in the Sliabh Beagh hills of north Monaghan, including the Tra, Rock, Bragan and Esh walks.
Rally School Ireland has grown to become Ireland’s premier motorsport facility. The purpose built track is designed not only to test the driver, but the car too.
Drumlin Trails is a Bike Hire business where visitors can drop by, rent a bike for a day, a week and return it after their experience. Drumlin Trails are now offering a variety of interesting trails on which to travel.
A wonderful Play-Park for children and a Giant Sculpture trail are some of the newest additions to the park.
Lough Muckno Leisure Park in Castleblayney was originally part of the estate of the Blayney family from whom the town of Castleblayney takes its name.
Dartrey Forest, was formerly the estate of the Dawson family. It is currently managed by Coillte as a commercial forest. The Forest is bordered by a Famine wall which stretches half way along the road from Cootehill to Rockcorry.
There are several walking routes in the Sliabh Beagh area, 36 looped walks throughout the Sliabh Beagh region, all of which are way-marked and vary in length from 4km – 15km.
This small, lakeside park has the following facilities: nature walks, children’s playground, picnic areas etc. Swimming, boating and fishing are also possible here.
The Town Park is located just off the Castleblayney Road out of Ballybay, right on the shore of Lough Major.
Located just outside the town of Ballybay, on the Clones Road. There area number of scenic walks through the 65 acres of wetlands.
Rossmore Forest Park boasts a new adventure playpark which is suitable for children up to 12 years of age. There is a variety of play equipment in the park including swings, zip lines, climbing frames and see-saws.
The Kingfisher route is mapped and signposted through counties Cavan, Donegal, Fermanagh, Leitrim and Monaghan. Clones is an entry point on the trail.
Sliabh Beagh is a mountainous area straddling the border between County Monaghan in the Republic of Ireland and County Fermanagh and County Tyrone in Northern Ireland.
The Greenway contains a mix of rural and urban landscapes and is designed to accommodate pedestrians and cyclists. It is graded as an ‘easy’ route, suitable for the moderately fit, and is accessible to wheelchair users.
This quality 18 hole golf course is of championship standard. The course is one of the driest courses in Ireland and is playable all year round and visitors are assured the warmest of welcomes.
Emy Lough offers a variety of recreational amenities for visitors to enjoy, including swimming, newly developed beach/play area for children, fishing facilities, picnic area and 4km looped lakeside nature walk.