Seamlessly weaving its way through West Limerick’s traditional agricultural landscape, Limerick Greenway is a cultural experience open to everyone – with a range of family-friendly activities to keep the fun going.
However you choose to explore Limerick Greenway, there will be an array of amenities available for you, your friends and family, to use and enjoy.
Whether you walk, cycle, or run, Limerick Greenway is the perfect choice for a day trip to Limerick or a short staycation. With delicious food, fun activities, and quality accommodation dotted across the major towns linked to Limerick Greenway, all you need is some quality time to enjoy the outdoor experience.
For family things to do in Limerick, we recommend picking one of the more populated towns of Rathkeale, Newcastle West, or Abbeyfeale, and exploring the countryside around it by bike or foot. The Greenway path is safely enclosed and newly resurfaced, designed with mobility in mind for everyone to enjoy.
Each of the towns have shops, cafés, restaurants, pubs and places to stay; as well as public parks fitted with children’s playgrounds, including the Barnagh Greenway Hub, which offers bike hire, crazy golf, pottery and The Platform 22 Café.
For a short stint to Limerick, we suggest immersing yourself in the buzz of Limerick City, before getting to grips with the rural charm and Irish beauty of County Limerick.
Explore it's historical legacy as a solo traveller or in a group, perfect for all visitors. Filled with small towns, quirky retail options and fascinating museums, Limerick Greenway introduces its guests to a wide variety of Irish history dating back to 1188.
No bike? No problem.
Limerick Greenway offers several bike hire providers, with a range of user-friendly equipment to suit all your cycling needs, including traditional, hybrid, and electric bicycles, with the option of fitted trailers to accommodate your little ones.