Enjoy some hi-octane fun in Lanarkshire

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Start: Playsport, East Kilbride 10:00am
Finish: ScotKart 6:00pm
Method of transport: Car
Estimated duration of trip: 8 hours
Travel distance 4 miles:
Playsport, East Kilbride to scotKart - 10 mins (4 miles)
Please note that pre-booking is advised at Playsport and ScotKart. The following minimum ages apply: • Airspace minimum age 5 years old. Terms and conditions apply. • Age 12 for adult karts, min height 1.5M at ScotKart (cadet carts are available ages 8-11). Combat City minimum age is 7 years old.
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  • Start your day at Playsport, East Kilbride. A purpose built 90 acre park, Playsport offers a vast array of indoor and outdoor sport, entertainment and leisure pursuits. Adrenalin junkies should head for the 20,000 square foot indoor skatepark (Zone 74). One of the biggest in the UK it was designed by famous BMX rider Dave Sowerby. You can also scale the heights at JK's Climbing Wall, a 20 metre high facility offering 40 climbing routes for all standards, ages and abilities. Or how about giving gravity the elbow and getting airborne. Comprising of over 100 interconnected trampolines, Airspace is a huge spring-loaded urban playground for ages 5 and up. Solo or social – how you jump is up to you. You can improvise your own moves in the main arena or freestyle jump from one trampoline to the next. Visitors can also join in with team sports as you’ve never experienced them before: dodgeball, basketball and football – all on super-sprung pitches! Bounce, twist, spin, flip – be fierce and fearless. Air Space is parkour with a soft floor. Little ones will love Lollipop Land, a large open soft play area that all children can enjoy. It not only has the highest slide in the UK at 6.2m, it also has one of the few Volcano slides in Scotland. There are trampolines, spider web, sports courts, ball pools, go karts and much more. Golfers won’t be short of options too with Playsport Golf offering a par 32 9 hole course, a 56 bay driving range and a large American Golf. Of course even the best athletes need to refuel and our on-site restaurants and bars offer a range of snacks, drinks and meals for all the family.
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  • Your next stop on your high octane day out is ScotKart where you either have the option or racing your friends and family or battling with them in a laser tag shoot out. The Race at a Track Drive karting experience allows you to race against the clock or other visitors. Compare your detailed computer results and times with your friends, to see who is fastest. Ideal for first time visitors wanting to sample the track and karts, and experienced drivers looking to improve their times, a Track Drive Experience is the easiest way to go racing, and no minimum driver numbers are required. The track is available for Track Drive whenever it’s not booked by an exclusive group, sessions are around 10 minutes long, and there will be between 1 and 12 karts on the track. Should you prefer to do Lasertag, Scotkart's Combat City allows you to use the same infra red weapons the U.S. Military train with, to shoot a beam at your enemy’s sensors. It's a pain free version of paintball, played on artificial turf for a mud free experience, with floodlights at night. Peckish drivers and ‘military personnel’ should stop in at the onsite cafe where the fresh pizzas will satisfy hungry appetites.
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This is an ideal day out for a wet day given that most of the fun takes place indoors.
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My kids absolutely LOVE the trampolines at Airspace at the Playsport complex. Caroline, Airdrie The track at ScotKart is one of the best in Scotland and I should know as I've tried most of them! Peter, Glasgow
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  • "I went on this trip it was great!" - Bob

This is an ideal day out for a wet day given that most of the fun takes place indoors.
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