The Court Tomb of Corracloona (locally also called “Prince Connell’s Grave”, Irish Feart Chonaill Flaith) is located in the townland of Corracloona (Irish Currach Chluana) near Garrison, at the northern end of Lough MacNean Upper in the County Leitrim, Ireland.
Corracloona is dated to the beginning of the Bronze Age (2500–2000 BCE). It is included in the overview of Ireland’s megalithic complexes, but it has not been measured and there are no reports of an excavation. Court Tombs belong to the megalithic chamber tombs (English chambered tombs) of the British Isles. With around 400 specimens, they are found almost exclusively in Ulster in the north of Ireland or in Northern Ireland.