Roscommon is a historical midlands town with a rich cultural heritage and a broad spectrum of activities to discover. Below are just a few examples within the immediate locality. For a more comprehensive listing check out VisitRoscommon.
Roscommon Golf Club
An 18 hole championship course set among the rolling hills and mature trees on the south side of the town. A par 72 with a distance of 6067 metres the course also boasts a clubhouse with full bar and catering facilities.
Ireland is a popular fishing destination and the many rivers and lakes of the midlands offer a host of excellent fishing opportunities. And Ross House provides storage for your wet gear!
This 13th century Norman castle overlooks the town park and provides a striking backdrop to the 14 acres of recreational space just a short walk from the centre of town.
Roscommon Leisure Centre
Fancy a swim, steam, sauna or workout? Roscommon Leisure Centre is a minute's walk from the town square and provides a fun and healthy environment to relax in.
Roscommon Lamb Festival
A celebration of lamb with a host of food, farming and craft events over the course of the May bank holiday weekend. A unique, family-friendly festival.
Lough Key Forest Park
A collection of fun activities, including a tree-top canopy walk, in a spectacular location on the shores of Lough Key in the north of the county. Always worth a visit.
Roscommon Town Heritage
If you would like to find out more about the history and heritage of Roscommon Town this website could be the perfect starting place.