Knockvicar, Co. Roscommon

Knockvicar (Irish: Cnoc an Bhiocáire) is a village in County Roscommon. It is located between Boyle and Carrick-on-Shannon near Lough Key Forest Park in the north of the county.
The Boyle River, which flows under Knockvicar bridge, connects with Lough Key via a weir and Claredon lock gates 300m upstream. You can park near the bridge and walk along the towpath.

Knockvicar lies on the Arigna Scenic Drive off the N4 N4 Dublin to Sligo

Gardens

Strokestown Park House & Garden - Strokestown County Roscommon Ireland
Strokestown Park House & Garden
Tarmonbarry, Co. Roscommon
The great south border in the restored six acre walled garden at Strokestown Park is a happy tribute to changed times. Colour keyed, with planting running through the shades of the spectrum from sizzling red hot pokers and blazing ligularia to co ...

Golf

There is no featured golf course in the area

Self Catering

The Courtyard at Clonalis - Castlerea County Roscommon Ireland
The Courtyard at Clonalis
Castlerea, Co. Roscommon
Standing on the land that has been the home of the O’Conors of Connacht for 1,500 years, this 45-room Victorian Italianate mansion may seem a little daunting on arrival, but it’s magic - and the hospitable owners, Pyers and Marguerite ...

What's On

Carrick on Shannon Farmers Market - Co Leitrim - Thursdays
Carrick on Shannon Farmers Market - Thursday 10am - 2pm

The Market Yard, Carrick on Shannon, Co Leitrim

This attractive old courtyard is bounded by interesting busine ...

Tourist Attractions

Arigna Mining Experience - Arigna County Roscommon Ireland
Arigna Mining Experience
Arigna, Co. Roscommon
The Arigna Mining Experience Centre provides visitors with a unique insight into what coal mining life was like in the Arigna Valley, since its beginning in the 1700's until closure in 1990. During the underground tour, visitors will experien ...

Wedding Venues

Wedding
Clonalis House
Castlerea, Co. Roscommon
Clonalis House is set amid peaceful parklands and stands on the land that has been the home of the O’Conors of Connacht for 1,500 years. The present house is a 45-roomed Victorian Italianate mansion and could seem a little daunting on arriv ...
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