Glen’s Adventure Park
Welcome to Glen’s Adventure Park! It’s time to explore…
Climb up to the tippity top of the fort, crawl through the tunnels and slide down the giant tube slide! Get ready to fly… Whizz over to the flying fox but remember to hold on, that thing’s fast… On your marks, get set, go! It’s time to race the berg karts… you’ll need to peddle faster if you want to beat the other driver! Whoa, look at you go… I hear there’s buried treasure in the sand pit, will you be able to find it?
Let’s go! There’s even more to discover…
You’ll struggle to get the kids out of Glen’s Den – unless their sliding down the giant tube slide… With ladders to climb up, great hiding places and even a spider’s web – it’s non-stop fun inside Glen’s Den. I hear luring them out with an ice cream helps…
Glide through the air like Superman or Wonder Woman! We don’t have just one zipline, we have two side by side. Let the race begin!
If you’re a zip fan, try out Aloft which is complete with not one, not two but FOUR zip lines!
On your marks, get set…GO! Test out your driving skills on our Berg Karts. Keep your eyes on the road and no drinking whilst drinking…
Reach for the stars with our climbing wall! Don’t worry, you’ll be harnessed in so you’re in safe hands! Our climbing wall is for explorers of seven years and over!
Add on £5.00 (£2.50 pre-purchased with wristband) to venture up to the skies.
You can purchase wristbands at the adventure park entrance on the day. You do not need to book in advance!
|Little One (Under 2)||Free|
|Child (2 – 12 years)||£9.50|
|Adult (13+ years)||£6.50|
|Family (4 people including 1 adult)||£28.00|
If you’re looking for a 2020 Season Pass, contact us or ask us when you’re next at Action Glen!
What are the opening times of the adventure park?
Summer (April – September): 10:00am – 7:00pm / Winter (October – March): 9:00am – 4:00pm (depends on amount of daylight)
Does the adventure park have disabled facilities?
Wheelchairs are welcomed into the park, however not every feature is disabled friendly. The paths are made of bark and are uneven. There are disabled toilets just two minutes walk down the ramp next to Action Glen’s reception.
Is there parking at the adventure park?
There is free parking outside Basecamp. There will be an additional car park added in March 2020.
Why do adults/concessions pay to go into the park when they may not play?
It’s a family experience. Most of our features are designed for adults to enjoy with their children.
Are there toilets inside the park?
The toilets are located at the ground floor of Basecamp at Action Glen. They are just a two minute walk down the ramp next to Action Glen’s reception.
Can we bring our own picnic lunches?
Unfortunately, we do not allow picnics on site. However, receive 10% off at Basecamp. Just show a member of staff your wristband!
Can we bring our dog into the adventure park?
Unfortunately, dog are not allowed into the Adventure Park. However, Basecamp is dog friendly so feel free to sit back and enjoy a cuppa with your furry friend.
What happens if the weather is bad after we have bought a wristband?
Scottish weather is very unpredictable so when it rains, feel free to shelter in Basecamp. If you do not mind a spot of rain, play on!
Can I take my buggy/pram into the adventure park?
Yes, of course you can! However, the paths within the park are uneven due to the terrain so watch your wheels! Unfortunately, we do not have any parking for prams within the park.