Cappamore (An Cheapach Mhór in Irish) is a small town on the R505 regional road near the Slieve Felim Mountains in northeast County Limerick in the midwest of Ireland. It has a rich agricultural hinterland in which the dairy industry is prominent.
The town hosts an annual Agricultural Show that attracts a large number of visitors in August each year. Tourist accommodation is available at Dairy Guesthouse and Activity Centre on the Dromkeen side of Cappamore.
Cappamore is also home to Rosemary Ryan, Olympic distance runner and competitor in the Sydney 2000 Olympics, and to John Hayes, Irish and Munster rugby player, who also plays his club rugby with local club Bruff.
Cappamore was also at one time home to author and playright Tom O' Brien. Tom has published several books including "Confessions of an altar boy" and "Confessions of a corner boy". He has also staged many plays around Ireland and England.