Local Activities in Courtown, Co. Wexford

Golf

Golf

Enjoy a round of golf on one of the finest golf courses in the southeast.

Sailing

Sailing

Enjoy the freedom of the ocean and have an amazing experience. The sailing Club is located in Courtown Harbour

Angling

Angling

The southeast cost has miles of varied shoreline and is dotted with established and equipped angling centres where you can charter boats for fishing or sight-seeing trips. 

Walking  on Beach

Beach Walking

Enjoy a beautiful walk along the numerous local beaches. 

 

adventure in wexford

Gravity @ Forest Park

If you are feeling adventurous, Gravity has a wide range of extreme adventure such as 

  • Zip Wire
  • Climbing Wall
  • Power Fan
  • and many more 
WiFi Available

Other Activities to do when visiting Courtown, Co. Wexford, Ireland

Pirates Cove: This is a fun filled family activity centre which has Fun Caves, Adventure Golf, Bumper Boats, 10 Pin Bowling and much more.

Cycling: There are a wide range of cycling roots here in Wexford.

Kia Ora Mini Farm: Fun for all the family, Kia Ora Mini Farm has a wide range of activities such as Pet Farm, Mini Diggers, Fire Engine Drives, Go Karts and much more.

 

Walking & Historical Tours

Linear Walks: Go for beautiful walks in Courtown Woods 

Wexford Town: Visit the Shops, Pubs and Restaurants in Wexford Town or just stroll through the town and look at the hidden castles, parks and old alleys.

Johnstown Agricultural Museum: Located within the ornamental grounds of Johnstown Castle Estate, The Irish Agricultural Museum has a number of farming exhibitions that tell the story of farming and the technical advances we have seen.

JFK Kennedy Arboretum: The Kennedy homestead, located in New Ross, Co.Wexford was the birthplace of Patrick Kennedy, the great grandfather of John F Kennedy. This tour tells the story of those who stayed in the house and Patrick Kennedy who emigrated to America in 1848. This house is still owned by the Kennedys.

The Irish National Heritage Park: This park depicts the Irish settlements from 900BC to the arrival of the Normans in the 12th century.