Lough Lene is located near the village of Collinstown.
The lake and the lush vegetation that surrounds it, provides a perfect habitat for all kinds of birds and wildlife, including mute swans, herons and moorhens. This is a "must see" for all nature lovers and for anyone who craves peace and quiet.
Lough Lene is home to many species of fish including trout, minnow, pike and perch. Day fishing permits are available during the summer and boats can be hired locally.
Information For Visitors
Opening Times, Fees & Admission Policies
Lough Lene is open all year round and admission is free.
- Car park
- Small public beach
- Picnic area
- Marine point
- Diving board
- The nearby village of Collinstown has a selection of shops, cafes and bars
Find out what other visitors had to say about Lough Lene.
Whether it's for a sit and think on life, listening to the waves lapping on the shore or a swim on a sunny day this beautiful lake nestled in the lush green countryside just a mile outside the lovely village of Collinstown is definitely worth a visit!
The water is crystal clear with a sandy shore for swimming. Large diving board, toilets and dressing rooms cater for all ages. Fishing is permitted in season and boats can be rented locally.
Much bigger lake than I had expected and there are good facilities there - big tarmacadam car park, toilets, changing rooms and benches around the lake. Lovely scenery too. Worth a trip.
We love visiting Lough Lene for a swim on a warm day or for watching the world go by and a walk when it's not so warm. There is a lovely safe swimming area here.
How To Get Here
Lough Lene is 77 minutes from Dublin, 24 minutes from Mullingar and 10 minutes from Castlepollard.