The jump in Laois and Offaly has been much lower in comparison.
Agricultural land prices in Westmeath have increased by over 40%.
Research by the Farmers Journal should the average price per acre in 2021 was over €11,565 up from €8,162 the previous year.
Laois had the smallest increase in the region with less than 2% of a change and the average remaining at €13,984 compared to €13,713 in 2020.
While in Offaly, there's been a 15% increase - with an acre costing €11,405 last year up from €9,894 the previous year.
Paul Mooney, Property Editor and author of the report, outlines the reasons for such a rise in the Lake County:
Nationally, land prices increased by 33% in the last two years.
Its the highest price figure recorded since the financial crash of 2008.
Paul says a number of factors are driving the increase:
President of the Irish Farmers Association, and Toomevara's Tim Cullinan, says farmers are investigating sustainable uses of their land: