Fourteen Wexford-based activity providers have come together during the last year and despite COVID-19 have made Wexford Adventure Trail a reality.
The aim of the group is to work together to promote adventure activities for all ages in County Wexford to ensure that visitors and locals know all about what Wexford has to offer. The new trail complements the already successful Walking, Heritage, Garden and Craft trails. These trails have been developed by the Wexford Local Development LEADER Programme with the cooperation of Wexford County Council.
Wexford Adventure Trail brings excitement and energy to this great county. From North to South, East to West there are a multitude of activities suitable for all ages and activity levels.
Imagine Kayaking in the open sea or on the river Slaney, quad-biking through the countryside, or what about challenging yourself to Climb the High Ropes or Learn to Surf on one of Wexford’s many beaches.
And of course, the open farms and equestrian centres that are set in the magnificent countryside of this county. Go horse-riding along the beach or take a tour of the County on foot or by bike.
Unique in Ireland, Seal Rescue Ireland provides opportunity to see the seals up close and get involved in their recovery.
Enjoy exploring your creative side with Lego, yes suitable for everyone!! Bowling and the indoor adventure playground for all ages, not to mention crazy golf. Can you follow the clues to find your way out of a locked room?
Aileen Whelan Leisure Max: “Let you self-explore this summer, Plan your Adventure. Wexford Trails has lots of hidden gems on your doorstep, so go check them out today, staycation at Wexford it will be so worth it. Are you ready for a bit of action? Go on you know you are!!!”
This is the year to get out and about. To enjoy all that County Wexford has to offer.
If you are an activity provider that would like to get involved, please contact us via our website. Find out more about Wexford Adventure Trail at www.Wexfordtrails.ie
Wexford Adventure Trail Members
Blackwater Open Farm bikenhike