Oaker Wood Leisure

Oaker Wood Leisure

Overview

Activity site near Leominster and Kington with paintball, quad bikes, tree trekking, super swing, climbing, clay pigeon shooting, raft building, low ropes and target shooting range.

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What makes it special

  • Activities for all ages
  • Set in 175 acres of mature woodland
  • Scenic lakes

Monday-Sunday 9am-4pm

Price

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Hostels nearby

Oaker Wood Leisure

Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9PT

Map references

OS Grid Ref: SO 45887 63721

Lat/Lng: 52.268969, -2.7944035

Contact information

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