Killeshandra is a very scenic town, famed for its myriad of lakes and peaceful walking trails. It forms part of the UNESCO World Heritage Geopark region.
Below you will find a brief list of things to do in our locality. We recommend you visit Killeshandra Tourism for more detailed information on how to spend your time when visiting our lovely town.
Killeshandra sits amongst a large network of lakes and rivers, providing some of the best coarse angling in the county. Species available include pike, perch, bream, roach, rudd, and hybrids.
A 6km walk over flat terrain, taking in forest tracks, lake shore and public road. Car parking available at entry and exit points.
Killykeen Forest Park is located just minutes from Killeshandra. It lies on the shores of the renowned Lough Oughter. The forest is easily accessible with four signposted walks and a family cycle trail.
Cavan Adventure Centre is an outdoor activity centre located 10km from Killeshandra, providing kayaks, canoes, boats, fishing equipment and bikes for hire to anyone looking to explore a network of our local waterways and landscapes.
The Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail is a 7.6km route, graded as difficult and best suited to experienced hillwalkers. The route takes 6 hours, ascending 550 metres over boardwalk, gravel track & exposed mountain paths to the summit of Cuilcagh mountain.