Space, fresh air, clear skies, natural surrounds, outdoor facilites and activites. Lough Key is where you can experience a unique cluster of activities and attractions. These are suitable for all ages and interests, where you can do as much or as little as you like in a historical forest setting surrounded by woodland and water at the centre of ‘Irelands Hidden Heartlands’.
Explore the 19th century servant tunnels on the ‘Lough Key Experience’ and learn about life in Rockingham House. Finish your journey on Ireland’s only ‘Tree Canopy Walk’ that rises gently above the woodland floor.
Children will enjoy the fully enclosed Adventure Play Kingdom, and all ages can experience the historical trails by foot or bike. Enjoy the water in a rowing boat and up the trees with Zipit.
Stay in the Caravan and Camping Park or moor a boat on the 50 Berth Marina.
Appreciate the beautiful vista of Castle Island and Lough Key from the Terrace area whilst enjoying some homemade produce from the Food Truck where you can relish Puro Fairtrade coffee with homemade hot and cold savoury snacks, finished with mouth watering sweet treats.
Open Year Round
Open Daily, March to October.
Open Wednesday to Sunday for the rest of the year.
See website for further details: www.loughkey.ie
LANGUAGES: Guided tours are available through English. Free audio guides available in German, French, Italian, Spanish and Irish.
DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Cafe serving hot and cold dishes, hot drinks, kids’ menu, gluten-free options and wine. Picnic areas throughout the park.
SHOPPING: Gift shop selling local craft, gift items, books and Lough Key logo merchandise.
PARKING: Pay-on-exit parking (€4.00 per vehicle per visit). Parking is free when you spend €20.00 or more on admissions or in the restaurant. 12 month parking pass available for €35.00.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS: Fully wheelchair accessible with accessible toilets and parking spaces.
GROUPS: Group rates available (minimum 10 people). Pre-booking required.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES:
Lough Key is located on the N4 Dublin to Sligo Road between Boyle and Carrick-on-Shannon.
Rockingham, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, Ireland
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