|Corr na Móna|
|Elevation||85 m (279 ft)|
|Corr na Móna is the only official name. The anglicized spelling Cornamona has no official status.|
The village lies on the north of Lough Corrib in the middle of the Joyce Country Mountain and Lake Districts. It is a popular site among trout and salmon anglers and is one of the most scenic areas of Ireland.
The local secondary school is Coláiste Naomh Feichín, Corr na Móna. The village also has a shop and pub.
- Mick Molloy — earned 27 caps playing rugby for Ireland from 1967–73; served as the IRB's first medical officer from 2005–2010.