Zipit Forest Adventures Ltd.
Zipit Forest Adventures in Lough Key Forest Park, - High wire Adventures course up to 4 hours of adrenaline-filled fun in the treetops.
Phone: 00353 (0)51 858008
Leitrim Indoor Shooting
Indoor shooting range with archery and a range of airsoft guns from Sig Seaur Pistols to sniper rifles.
Phone: 071 96 23609
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Moorlands Equestrian Centre
A family run centre offering professional lessons, scenic lakeside treks, exhilarating ride-outs and pony camps. We cater for all ages and abilities
Phone: 00353 (0)71 9641500
Lough Key Forest Park
Forest park with activity centres and cafe.
Phone: 00353 (0)71 9673122
Electric Bike Trails
Bike Hire at Leitrim Village, Carrick on Shannon & Lough Key Forest and Activity Park.
Phone: 00353 (0)87 7386439
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Phone: 00353 (0) 86 166 49 59
The last remaining wall of Leitrim castle can be found close the marina in Leitrim. This was the destination of Donal O'Sullivan Beare's epic fourteen day march from Glengariff.
Battlebridge: The name suggests that Battlebridge was the scene of a great battle, and there were some skirmishes in this area when General Humbert led his French forces up river to Castlebar in 1798. There is some nice mooring here and a fine old stone bridge.
The river between Leitrim and Drumshanbo produces some very good quality roach, particularly at the famous Battlebridge stretch, which has excellent fishing using stick floats.
Carrickport lake is about three miles from the town and is a good water with bream of 3-4lb and good roach and hybrids. The lake has depth of up to 20 feet.
Lough Scur is a well known water which can be accessed via the Erne system. Plenty of bream, roach, hybrids, skimmers and perch. The water 6 - 10 feet deep.
Acres Lake has a busy amenity area but has good stocks of hybrids, roach, rudd and bream.
Lough Bran is sixty acres of easy access fishing. There are twenty fishing stands from which can be caught bream, hybrids, perch, pike, roach and tench.
Also in the area are Drumboylan lake and Drumkeellan lake