County Fermanagh is Ireland's equivalent answer to the English Lake District, but maybe just a bit more magical. Finn Lough Activity Centre is situated on Lough Finn a freshwater lough which sits on the borders of both the Counties of Donegal and Fermanagh. Finn Lough offers a wide variety of different activities from Mountain Biking on their specially provided Mountain Biking Tracks, to Kayaking on this beautiful Lough. This place really is Northern Ireland's answer to Center Parks with everything you actually need all on one site. Their Holiday Lodges really are of the highest standard and every stop is pulled out to make sure your stay is both a comfortable and enjoyable one. The team here at Finn Lough really do know what they are doing and they have some great ideas for the future of the site and I look forward to watching their progress over the next few years.
Fermanagh Lakeland Lodges is situated on a peninsula covered with ancient woodland and surrounded by Lough Erne. Its uninhabited islands and ethereal setting allow the imagination to flourish. However long your stay is, there is more than enough to keep you entertained, whether you choose to stay on site, enjoy an Irish Fishing Holiday, or venture further afield.
For the nature lover, the wooded estate provides a wonderful starting point. As you wander along enjoying the birdsong, the variety of plants, wildflowers and trees, be sure to watch out for the red squirrels, badgers, deer and other creatures who've chosen to make this woodland their home. No good walk is complete without a suitable reward, so why not enjoy a picnic at "'The Point" with its beautiful views up the lake towards the islands of Inishturk and Inishmeely. (Take a look at the site Map)
For those who want a bit more action and adventure, we have enough to satisfy even the most daring. Whether it's water sports on the lake, surfing on the beaches and reefs, mountain biking, coasteering, caving or canoeing there is something close at hand to accommodate both the extreme thrill seeker, and the mildly bold.
No trip to Fermanagh would be complete without delving into the history and culture of the area. This is a place of contrasts, from the grandeur of Florence Court House, to the rugged peat bogs in the Tullycherry mountains.
White Island contains majestic ruins and relics, dating back to pagan times, but the most famous of Ireland's pagan relics is a mere 5 minute boat journey away in Caldragh Cemetery on Boa Island. Here you can see the famous Janus stone, regarded as one of the most mysterious and interesting figures in Ireland.
Lough Derg is 7 miles away and holds one of Ireland's oldest Spiritual Pilgrimage sites on Station Island, known as St Patrick's Purgatory.
There are also two marinas, on your doorstep, where safe, secure berthing facilities exist for those wishing to bring their own private boats. In addition, we offer the use of rowing boats, kayaks and specialised fishing boats, with outboard engines, to all our guests. This provides a wonderful alternative to explore the beautiful landscape around you.
33 Letter Road, Near Boa Island,
Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, BT93 2BB