Walk~ Picnic~ Camping~ Fish~ Swim~ Feed Swans.
Lough Ennell, situated beside the N52 road, off the Mullingar/Kilbeggan road, Lough Ennell is part of the Special Protection Area.
The main river that flows into Lough Ennell is River Brosna, a dominant feature of Lough Ennell is has a huge area of shallow water.
Lough Ennell fishery is part of the Shannon Regional Fisheries Board’s Midland Fisheries Group of managed waters. Brown trout and pike are the main catches at Lough Ennell. For more information about fishing at Lough Ennell click here
You can hire a boat from Lilliput Boat Hire and spend the day enjoying the wildlife that surrounds the lake and take in the beautiful scene of Lough Ennell
There is also a caravan and camping Park located along the shores of Lough Ennell with excellent facilities and guaranteed high standards. The park covers 18 acres of beautiful mature woodland walks where you take a moment and enjoy the view of Lough Ennell.
Lough Ennell is known for the large amount of swans that can be found on shores of the lake. There are many picnic and green area along the shore of Lough Ennell.
Lough Enell Walk
Experience this 3.06 km, out and back trail near Carrick, County Westmeath. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 58 min to complete. This trail is great for camping, hiking, and walking. For more information click here