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Go Karting Indoor Gp

  • 60 Mins
  • Min. Nums 8
  • Min. Age 18
  • Disabled Access
  • Indoor go karting so weather is not an issue
  • 40 minutes from Sligo on the N4
  • Stag friendly activity
  • One of the most popular stag party activities
  • All equipment provided
  • Great inclusion for a cheap stag party
  • Longest track in the west of Ireland

Go Karting is one of the most adrenaline filled Stag friendly activities you can include in your Sligo stag party package. It promises to have the lads entertained and buzzing over the course of the party weekend. This go karting track has the longest indoor course in the west of Ireland with some of the fastest karts so you can rest assured that all the lads on the stag party will have a great time.

This Stag Party activity option is a new indoor go-karting track located about 40 minutes from the centre of Sligo. It is on the main Dublin to Sligo road so its location makes it ideal for stag groups heading to Sligo from the east. Your group can even stop en route and go-kart before the stag party really kicks off in Sligo that night. The guys at this go karting track deal with Stag Dos every weekend and really know how to put on a good show making sure the lads and of course the stag are happy.

The Grand Prix consists of a number of heats where all the members of the stag group are racing. The 6 best racers from the stag group then go up against each other in the final. There are medals for the winners and the overall champion gets a trophy and a bottle of champagne to compliment his stag weekend bragging rights. PLEASE NOTE - This activity takes place in Carrick on Shannon.

NOTE: Due to COVID-19, the karting operators will provide an unused balaclava and gloves for all participants to wear. Please ensure you bring 4 per person with you on the day to pay for these items.

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