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Roswbowl & Upsie Daisie’s
Roscommon Town Centre

A leisurely 10 minute walk from Roscommon town centre takes you to the West's newest family entertainment facility. Consisting of "Upsie Daisie’s" - a giant three-tier indoor soft play area, "Rosbowl" ten-pin bowling, pool tables, air hockey and games galore. Why not sample a sweet or savoury treat and a cup of freshly ground coffee or a tempting snack from the "Snack Bowl" Restaurant, while watching the kids climb up through the scarecrow's mouth or whizzing down the three lane rainbow wavy-slide.


Coral Leisure Centre & Swimming Pool

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel: +353 0(90) 6628219


Roscommon Golf Club
Mote Park¸ Roscommon

Roscommon Golf Club is located on rolling pastures adjoining the old Mote Park estate and offers an 18 hole championship course of outstanding merit. The new 6,290 metre course, situated within half a mile of the town, has matured into one of the better parklands courses in Ireland. A par 72 with water hazards on several holes and multi-tiered sand based greens that give excellent surfaces all year round. Roscommon is a popular GUI Venue and has hosted the Irish Seniors Championship (2004) and many Boys & Youths events. The club welcomes green fees and society golf and catering is provided.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel: (0)90 662 6382


Mote Park
Mote Park¸ Roscommon

Mote Park is now widely known for its forests, an important   amenity for Roscommon town and surrounding areas.  These forests total 650 acres and provide habitats for many species of wildlife, both common and rare.  The forests add greatly to the unique character of the area and are providing opportunities for many forms of outdoor pursuits including hiking, walking and animal bird-watching.  There are numerous rest- places throughout the woods.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Web: http://www.coillteoutdoors.ie


Roscommon Races from April through to October
Racecourse Road, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon.

Roscommon is a favourite course with trainers for introducing talented, inexperienced young horses to racing and if you keep a close watch at the course you will see some stars of the future competing there (see below). The racing consists of good quality, full fields featuring lively betting markets and the view of the racecourse from the stands and enclosures is excellent, making it very spectator friendly. The €40,000 Grade 3 Kilbegnet Novice Chase, run at the October meeting is the feature race of the year at the course.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel: 0906 626231
Mob: 087 2203288
Email: roscommonracecourse@eircom.net
Web: http://www.goracing.ie


Mount Cashel Stables
Kilrooskey, Co. Roscommon

Located 5 miles from Roscommon Town along the N63 Mount Cashel Stables is A.I.R.E approved providing lessons, livery, stud and breaking.

Our friendly staff, teaches lessons to suit all levels from 4yr old children to adults and are run 6 days a week, Tuesday to Sunday and generally from 9am onwards. Beginners to advanced riders are welcome and we also cater for large groups, schools and companies. Available are small quiet ponies or large horses. We can also provide trekking / hacking along beautiful quite countr

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel: +353 0(86) 327 0984
Web: www.mountcashelstables.com


Derryglad Folk Museum
Curraghboy¸ Athlone¸ Co. Roscommon

Why not pay a visit, where you can view over 4,000 items of the peace and tranquillity of South Roscommon’s unspoiled and unexplored countryside. The museum deals with farm and folk life in Ireland, including horse drawn farm machinery, household utensils, old style 1930’s thatched bar and grocery, laundry and diary memorabilia, radio’s, gramophones and a wide range of indoor and outdoor rural artefacts. New display on old days old ways at school. Slates, slate pencils, dip pens ink and blotting paper.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel/Fax: +353 (0)90 648 8192
Email: folkmuseum@unison.ie


Glendeer Farm
Drum, Athlone, Co. Roscommon

Glendeer Pet Farm is a 6 acre open farm with over 50 species of animals and birds, ranging from Llama, emus, ostrich, deer, Vietnamese pot belly pigs, Jacob sheep, goats, donkeys, Scottish highland heifer, jersey cows, ponies, rabbits, guineapigs, puppies etc. We also have pea fowl, Chinese pheasants, and other rare birds and fowl, a coffee shop where we serve light refreshments, a playground with swings, slides, glider swings, and sea-saws, indoor and out door picnic areas, nature walk, and a restored 18 century cottage. Each child receives a little bag of food to feed the animals as they make their way around the farm. Groups catered for by appointment with a guided tour, so very suitable for school tours, scouts, families etc.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel: +353 (0)90 643 7147
Web: www.glendeer.com

 
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