Welcome to Star Outdoors Adventure Centre, Kenmare
Paintball options at Star Outdoors Kenmare
From Tuesday July 29th for next 4 weeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays we are offering a session of paintball Target practise and the obstacle course for ages 5 up to 14 from 4.15pm to 5.15pm. This is fully supervised and comes at rate of €15.00pp. Booking essential.
On Wednesdays and Fridays beginning on Wednesday 30th July for next 4 weeks we are offering a combat paintball session from 4.15pm to 5.15pm at a rate of €20.00pp. ( minimum no. required of 6 people ) for ages 14+. Booking essential.
Looking for adventure on the Wild Atlantic Way or in Kenmare?
Then savour a cruise, kayaking, sailing, hillwalking or extreme sports at the thrilling Star Outdoors Adventure Centre.
Join us for a blissful excursion on Kenmare Bay. We welcome everyone on board our one-hour multi-lingual sailings.
You will be transported to a bygone era, imagining forgotten times.
Along the way marvel at the local sights, magnificent landscapes, splendid castles, multi-coloured flora & fauna, and visit the enchanting, mischievous seals. Hear the high-pitched scream of seabirds against the deafening silence of the sea, then later be transported into rare tranquility, with the gentle caress of the breeze on your face. Enjoy the magic that is Kenmare Bay where Cork meets Kerry.
Take advantage of our special offer packages for families and couples. After your sailing, take an invigorating paddle on Kenmare Bay’s clear water and try your hand at either crazy golf or archery.
To refresh and renew your energy levels either during or after your activities drop into Con’s Marina Bar & Seafood Restaurant on the first floor of our centre. Whether its an ice cold beer or our famous fish & chips you choose, our dedicated chefs will excite your taste buds with a selection of dishes prepared with the best of locally sourced ingredients. Enjoy the fabulous views from our balcony, Dinish Island and the Kenmare Bay framed by the majestic MacGillicuddy Reeks Mountains with Carrauntohill as a centrepiece.