Enjoy life as it should be with beautiful surroundings of an upspoilt countryside and idyllic lakes. While Drumcoura is stress free, it also offers activities to suit all family members. Drumcoura City has an Equestrian Centre specialising in Western Horse Riding. It has the largest covered arena in the County, two outdoor arenas, horse riding trails, an archery range, an outdoor tennis court and a jetty with fishing and row boats on Drumcoura Lake.
Drumcoura also has a fully licensed bar and family restaurant just as you would see out West in America. The DC Saloon has swinging doors and loads of pictures of Cowboys and Indians. There are timber frame houses, many of which overlook Drumcoura Lake and Lough Awaddy.
Béal an Átha Móirmeans "mouth of the big ford", and the town is so named because it was the main crossing point of the Yellow River, which flows past the town. This waterway become known as the Ballinamore-Ballyconnell canal, built to link the Rivers Erne and Shannon in the 1840s. It reopened as the Shannon-Erne Waterway in 1994..