Loch Clochan

Cloghan Wetland is a 55 hectare site comprising of an angling lake – Loch Clochan, several natural ponds and wetlands, open birch-willow woodland, grassland and naturally recolonising Scots Pine.

Loch Clochan is a four hectare angling lake that was developed and stocked with Rainbow Trout, with fly-fishing permitted on the lake on a ‘put and take’ basis by Cloghan Angling Club. Permits are available from Daley’s Londis Supermarket in Cloghan – details of open season and restrictions can be found on the Angling Club information board located in the car park.

The site is also a nice location for a tranquil walk, with a 3.5km pathway taking you around the lake, along the wetlands and through the open birch-willow woodland. Parking facilities, picnic areas and information boards are located on site.

Loch Clochan is situated 2km from Cloghan village on the left (north) of the R357.


Visit Loch Clochan       

Please remember to respect the nature and conservation interests of Lough Boora Discovery Park.


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