• Originally a tennis club, Hillview has grown since it was founded in 1939 to become a thriving multisport club which now also offers badminton, table tennis and an excellent nine-hole pitch and putt golf course.
    Facilities also include a bar and social area, and the club hosts the numerous social events throughout the year, which are…
  • One of more than 400 Slí na Sláinte (‘Path to Health’) walking routes around Ireland, Clonmel Sli na Slainte is a 5km looped walk around the largest inland town in Ireland which begins and ends at the Town Hall in Parnell Street.
    Take in the streetscapes and landscapes, including views of the Comeragh Mountains, as well as the River Suir and…
  • Founded in 1869, Clonmel Rowing Club is one of the oldest sporting clubs in the town.
    The club is located on Moor’s Island on the River Suir and is affectionately known as ‘The Island’. It has a purpose built boathouse on the ground floor, while upstairs you will find two squash courts, a function hall and dressing rooms. In winter, rowing…
  • A popular horse racing venue from more than 150 years, Clonmel Racecourse is a place of excitement, entertainment and unparalleled natural beauty.
    Every season has its own charms, from the warm summer meets of sun and style to winter’s Clonmel Oil Chase, a showpiece of champions and the promise of a hot port at the end of the day. The…
  • This beautiful forest lies close to the Glenary River, a tributary of the River Suir, and has about 2km of forest walks. The main feature is the ruins of the castle that gives the forest its name. It is just 500m from the car park down a woodland trail that leads to the river.
    The forest contains an abundance of birds and animals, including…

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