Sporting/Family Activities

Sporting/Family Activities


F1) Loughcrew Adventure Centre

The adventure centre accommodates all sorts of groups and you get a chance to try wall climbing, zip-lining, crystal mazes and lots of different challenges. No matter your age or the occasion, we have something for you at Loughcrew Adventure Centre.


F2) Tayto Park

Tayto Park is an amusement park with animals, activities and the largest wooden rollercoaster in the world. Perfect for young and old.


F3) Causey Farm is a real life farm and a fun based venue for families and groups. It is an interactive cultural experience in a friendly atmosphere for Irish and international visitors. There are also fantastic seasonal events for families and individuals.



F4) Rock Climbing

Wild North specialises in bringing groups rock climbing in the midlands of Ireland. Not only are Wild North’s climbing instructors fully qualified and insured to bring people rock climbing, but we have an abundant amount of historical and geological knowledge of the area. This results in a fun, adventurous and educational day for all.


F4) Equestrian

Ross House has multiple equestrian facilities; with a large outdoor arena and a 60mx40m indoor arena. There is schooling, hacking, instructions, stabling horses and show jumping throughout the year.




F5) Lough Sheelin


Lough Sheelin is the largest lake in Cavan and has an area of  4000 acres. The Lough is mostly in Cavan but parts are in Meath and Westmeath and it is part of the River Inny system. This large lake can produce and maintain a large stock of large wild, pink fleshed trout. The average weight in recent years is about 3lbs with regular catches over 7lbs.


F6) Lough Ramor

The Blackwater is fed by Lough Ramor in County Cavan and is the largest tributary of the River Boyne. On the waters controlled by Kells Angling Club you can find the best of brown trout. These are excellent stretches from Mabes Bridge to the Nine-Eyed Bridge.

F7) Pitch & Putt

Located in the town of Oldcastle this 18-hole course is open to the public. Enjoy with family and friends, or even by yourself.


F8) Golf

Crover House Hotel and Golf Course on the shores of Lough Sheelin offers a tranquil setting. The course has matured since it was constructed in 2000. It will test your golfing skills with its par 3’s, which require an iron shot with great accuracy.


Cycling Routes

View our website for some challenging and leisurely courses that take in the highlights of the area.


Go Karting