Activity Centre in Co. Cork
Activity Centre in Co. Cork

Activity Centre in Co. Cork

Are you looking for the ultimate activity-packed day out with the family? At Smugglers Cove there is an endless supply of fun and exciting activity to enjoy for all.

Where can I find a activity centre in Co. Cork?

Smugglers Cove in Rosscarbery in the south of Ireland.

At Smugglers Cove you are spoilt for choice with activities that it’s hard to know where to begin. If you are looking for something calm and relaxing then head down to the crazy golf section and play your friends and family at a challenging game of golf for all skill levels. If you are looking for a real challenge then head to the Maize Maze which is Irelands largest corn maze! and if you are looking for something a bit more adrenaline-packed then head over to the tubing park and race down their tracks in their big inflatable ringed tubes.

  • Opening times from 9 am till 7 pm
  • Package available for both golf and smugglers maze
  • Prices from £10 per person for children
  • Prices from £12 per person for adults
  • Children under 3 years old go free
  • Located 1 hour outside of Cork

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