Welcome to Action Adventure Activities
Action Adventure Activities have over 30 years experience in the Scottish hospitality industry and staff have a wealth of experience in many outdoor pursuits.
From our extensive background in outdoor pursuits and our history of dedicated customer service we have developed our multi-activity business. Catering from individuals, up to large groups we can provide the ideal leisure experience.
Our extensive range of team building activities are ideally suited for corporate development. Our aim is simply to provide you, or your group, with the experience of a lifetime. We are close to both Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports and can arrange pick up if necessary.
VOUCHERS- if you have received a gift voucher we recommend you book as early as possible. Please email us with your voucher details.
We provide activities to adult & family groups.
NEW FOR 2013 - Amphibious Assault Course - £39 per person
Test your nerve & your endurance as you take on the challenge of our Amphibious Assault Course. Crawl, climb, slide & swim your way around our challenging assault course. Wetsuit provided. You will be split into teams of up to 8 working your way around the physical challenges and helping your team on the way. Not for the faint hearted. Min age 14 years must be accompanied by a participating adult. All participants require a moderate level of fitness.
OUR OFFICE HOURS ARE 10am - 4pm Thursdays through to Mondays. We are closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We operate 5 days per week Thursday through to Mondays and are closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays other than for large groups.
Due to the nature of our business we do not allow dogs onto the site.
Check out the final of the Screwfix Go-Kart Rally hosted
by Action Adventure Activities
Activities & Facilities
We provide activities at our base of Easterhill Farm & throughout the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Our home base of Easterhill Farm is located on the edge of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. Situated at the western end of the Carse of Stirling, the farm has views east to the Wallace Monument & Stirling castle, and west to Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and Ben Lomond.
The areas spectacular landscape of mountains and lochs have played host to many of Scotland’s most memorable characters. Amongst them, the poet Sir Walter Scott who made Loch Katrine world famous in ‘The Lady of the Lake’, Rob Roy MacGregor whose travels you can revisit on the Rob Roy Way, and the legendary William Wallace “Braveheart”, known as the guardian of Scotland.