Ballinamore is situated on the Shannon-Erne waterway and is a welcoming town to passing cruisers and water users. It is a thriving rural centre to the local parishes and is internationally renowned for its abundance of coarse angling waters. There are a total of 40 lakes within a 10km radius.
Ballinamore offers access to many activities in the local area including walking, horse-riding, golfing, and boating and is ideally located as a touring base. It boasts lively evening entertainment with some great pubs and good restaurants.
The town has a rich architectural heritage. Historical buildings such as the Old Court House, built in the 1830s, the Church of Ireland built c 1780 and the town bridge with its 19th century arches, give a glimpse of the history of the town.
Things to do and see in the Ballinamore area:
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