Go Black Bull Runnin’ and 'Flyover' the Belfast Hills at Colin Glen Forest Park. From Alpine coasteering to laser tag, golfing to the Gruffalo Trail, Colin Glen has adventure for everyone.
Colin Glen is Ireland’s leading adventure park - a land of storytelling and a state of the art sports park with world class attractions.
Step into the spectacular 200-acre Forest Park at the River entrance - just 5 minutes from Belfast City Centre. Here, you’ll find Ireland’s only official Gruffalo Trail, SKYTrek high-ropes, archery and laser tag - so bring your comfy shoes and nerves of steel!
Up for a challenge? Don your sports gear; be it football, GAA, rugby, and enjoy state of the art sports facilities at the Leisure entrance – home to Ireland’s first TopTracer Driving Range, 9-hole golf course, Belfast’s first state of the art indoor 3G Sports Dome, top class gym, outdoor pitches and more.
And this summer, get your adrenaline pumping with their new world-class outdoor attractions, the Black Bull Run (Ireland’s first Alpine Coaster) and Forest Flyover zipline, with Ireland’s longest zipline the River Rapid, opening very soon. Situated at the Mountain Entrance with views over Belfast City and beyond, the new attractions are a must this summer.
Just a short drive from Belfast city centre, Colin Glen is perfectly placed for fun-filled, action-packed adventure to bring everyone together.
Mountain Entrance (Alpine Coaster & Ziplines)
28 Colin Glen Road
Belfast BT17 0LR
River Entrance (Gruffalo Trail, SKYTrek, Archery & Laser tag)
163 Stewartstown Road
Belfast BT17 0HW
Leisure Entrance (Driving range, 9 hole golf course, sports dome & pitches)
115 Blacks Road
Belfast BT10 0NF
For more information and to find out more about the attractions, visit www.colinglen.org
Top Reasons To Visit
- Convenient location just a short drive from Belfast
- Caters for all ages and abilities from 5 years and up
- Open 7 days a week, with fantastic value for money
- Dedicated and highly trained ropes instructors guiding you
- Perfect for schools, youth and community, corporate users