Health and Wellbeing Activities
MACPool have Multi-Use Rooms available to run a variety of Health & Well Being Activities. For more details visit their website
Soft Play Area
MACPool Activity Hub has Fun indoor play session for children 5 years and under.
MACPool Activity Hub is a social enterprise enabling the community to swim and take part in exercise, leisure and social activities in support of health and well-being. They deliver this through quality in their facilities, service and partnerships.
The Kintyre Way – Hiking Trail
Launched in 2006 and extending from Tarbert at the peninsula’s north end to Southend in the south, the waymarked Kintyre Way crisscrosses the peninsula. Here you will find route details and maps to download and contacts for accommodation and transport. Walk the beautiful and unexplored wild Atlantic coast of the Kintyre Peninsula along the Kintyre Way. Along 100 miles over 4–7 days, discover hidden coves, deserted beaches, forests, castles, fishing villages and an abundance of wildlife. The seven graded and waymarked sections offer various walking terrain, from serious hiking to gentle rambles.
The Badminton Club meets in the hall over the winter months. For more information visit their website.
Riverside Swimming Pool
A 25 metre, six lane swimming pool is available, and a teaching pool, ideal for children and families. Make use of a fitness suite, featuring state of the art exercise equipment and a health suite, where you can relax and unwind. Afterwards chill out in the café, which offers a wide range of hot and cold snacks, drinks and cakes.
Argyll and the Isles Coast and Countryside Trust
ACT works in partnership with communities, public agencies, third sector and private organisations to design and implement projects that make a difference to people and landscapes. A diverse and exciting range of topics is covered, including conservation, climate change, tourism, education and health and wellbeing, that all contribute to achieving its vision of a coastal and countryside environment that is valued and enjoyed by everyone.ACT’s objectives include providing opportunities to experience, learn in and be and inspired by nature and to increase opportunities for employment, skills development and volunteering in our environment.
The club offer senior, youth and mini memberships. See website for more details.
The path runs behind Blairmore Farm. It crosses farmland, open hillside and forest and has magnificent views of Loch Long. You can cycle or walk from Kilmun and Strone to Glenbranter, to join the Cowal Way or venture to Ardentinny and Lochgoil without needing to use the shore road.
The Ardencaple clubhouse is a popular choice for a range of social activities and celebrations, daytime or night. Contact the club for more details.