Cumbernauld Outdoor Activity Centre

Activities on offer include 4X4 Off Road Courses, Archery, Paintballing, Team Games and Axe Throwing.

The centre is the first site in Scotland to have a permanent Paintballing Sup’air site available to everyone.

The Birds of prey centre, World of Wings is the largest in Scotland, housing many rare species of birds including an American bald eagle. These birds can be seen in the regular displays hosted daily (weather permitting).

Travel

Directions from Airdrie (approx. 6 miles)
Follow A73 Stirling - take B8039 Slip to Cumbernauld - after 30mph sign turn right into Luggiebank - take immediate right, signposted for Glenhove & Tannoch - The Centre is approximately half a mile on the right.

Directions from Glasgow (approx. 15 miles)
Follow A80 North and take the A8011 for Cumbernauld - keep right then take the A73 slip road for Airdrie - follow signs for Blairlinn & Luggiebank and then turn left into Luggiebank, take immediate right, signposted for Glenhove & Tannoch - The Centre is approximately half a mile on the right.

Directions from Stirling (approx. 20 miles)
Follow A80 to Glasgow, at Auchankilns Junction take A73 sliproad for Airdrie, then turn left at signpost for Cumbernauld Park & Ride (Train Station) and follow signs for Blairlinn & Luggiebank then turn left into Luggiebank. Take immediate right, signposted for Glenhove & Tannoch. The Centre is approximately half a mile on the right.

By Bus from Glasgow
Buchanan St. Bus Station (0870 5505050) to Cumbernauld Town Centre. Service leaves approximately every 20 mins. From Cumbernauld Town Centre to Blairlinn take Route 47, 47a or 147. Service runs approximately every hour (Henderson 01698 713007). The Centre is a further 10 minute walk from Blairlinn bus stop.


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Tel: 01236 722999

Location: Blairlinn Cottages Easter Blairlinn Road G67 4AA

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