Leisure Activities in Bonniconlon in Co. Mayo

Here you will find information on leisure pursuits in the Bonniconlon area.

Hill Walking

The Ox Mountains afford the visitor an opportunity for superb Hill Walking and the Western way near Lough Talt on the Tubbercurry Road is a very interesting walk.

Fishing

There are some excellent fishing lakes located close to the village of Bonniconlon. Lough Carrow, Lough Kerribly and Lough Cartoon provide the angler with an ideal opportunity for lake angling while Lough Brohly is noted for it's stock of trout and pike.

Five miles east of Bonniconlon on the Tubbercurry road is the picturesque Lought Talt, a haven for any fisherman. Here you will find an abundant stock of brown trout.

For any Angling visitor to Bonniconlon, Lough Brohly is a must see as it provides rich fishing amongst a wonderful setting.

Angling amenities close to Bonniconlon:

  • Deep sea fishing on Killala Bay from Enniscrone Pier and Killala Pier

  • Salmon and Sea trout on (Jack Charlton's) River Moy

  • Ridge Pool - Salmon

  • Salmon and brown trout on Lough Conn

Golfing

There are many suberb Golf Courses within easy access of Bonniconlon. Ballina Golf Club overlooks the wonderful scenery around the Ox Mountains and is situated in the Moy Valley. This 18-hole course has being developed over the years and offers the golfer a host of challenges, while also offering great value for money through it’s Green Fees subscriptions rate.

Just a short drive away is the highly rated Links Course at Enniscrone. The Par 73 Championship course is big favourite with the Golfing fraternity, both in Ireland and abroad and always features in Golfing reviews and publications.

There are a number of other courses located in the region which include Tubbercurry GC and the County Sligo Golf Club at Rosses Point, which is home to the famous West of Ireland Open Amateur Championships.

Golf Courses situated close to Bonniconlon:

  • Enniscrone

  • Ballina

  • Rosses Point

  • Tubbercurry