Overnight Camping Trip For Two (£64) or Four (£119) With Canoeing at Go Country (Up to 79% Off)
- Leisure centre situated within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
- Activities include kayaking, cliff jumping, and horse riding
- Part of a charity helping to train and educate underprivileged
- Overnight camping with canoe lesson
- Canoe hire for two or four
- Lesson can last up to two hours
- All camping equipment provided
- Camping on Scottish island of Eilean Gorm
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone. 48 hour cancellation policy. No food provided. Camping equipment includes two sleeping bags each with liner, two roll mats each, and a tent and stove to share between two. 20% discount on mountain bike hire and waterpark. Original values verified 18 May 2012 at 3.03pm.
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Events raising an eyebrow at this year’s aqua heptathlon include kite surfing, high-speed fly fishing, and the motorised jet-skeet shoot. Dip outside the ordinary with today's Groupon from Go Country. Choose from the following options:• £64 for an overnight camping trip with canoeing for two (Up to 78% off)
• £119 for an overnight camping trip with canoeing for four (Up to 79% off)
Situated within the expansive Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Go Country provides outdoor activities alongside the idyllic backdrop of Loch Ard. The adventurous pastimes range from sailing, hill walking, and horse riding to climbing and clay pigeon shooting, allowing combatants to tackle rural Scotland in all her majesty. Offering a unique waterpark with trampoline and aqua assault course, the centre also operates as part of a charity, helping to boost disadvantaged participants with education and training.
Competitors can grab their camping equipment before embarking on a canoe lesson lasting up to two hours. The instructor will assist challengers with paddling technique and basic strokes, before groups of two or four can propel away to enjoy their canoe independence. After exploring Rob Roy’s cave and the castle of Loch Ard, guests can set up camp on the island of Eilean Goran, before returning to base the following day.
Although yet to be widely reviewed, Go Country has attracted very favourable write-ups from two Google Mappers, who praise the hands-on activities and personable staff.
Very Scottish outdoor fun. We have 2 teenage boys who had a great time and loved the small waterpark - enough for them for a good hour then kayaks on the Loch.
– goody77, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012