Ram’s Island is located approximately one mile offshore from Lennymore Bay and Sandy Bay on the
eastern shore of Lough Neagh. It is nearly one mile long by a quarter of a mile wide and is the
largest island on Lough Neagh.
Notable features of the island are a round tower and the ruins of the O’Neills’ 19th century summerhouse. Its remote wilderness and lost in time qualities make Ram’s Island a pleasant and attractive place to visit.
You can explore Ram's Island by taking the Island Warrior Vessel, a licensed passenger boat operated by the Ram's Island Heritage Project. Boats trips take place every Saturday, April until September but private tours can also be arranged throughout the year. Boat trips are subject to weather condtions.
For further details visit the Ram's Island Website