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Activities

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Golf
Sun shining through grass in Skelmersdale
Beacon Park
Tee off for a round of golf on Beacon Park’s 18 hole par 72 course. With a wide range of clubs available to loan and casual pricing for non members you don’t have to be a golf pro.

A 9 hole footgolf course is also underway, check out their website for more information.

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Ormskirk Golf Club
Offering a 6,533-yard, par-70 course over 125 acres. Situated away from the traffic noise and hurly-burly of everyday life, a mere seven miles from the coast, close to neighboring Royal Birkdale.

The immaculate surroundings have been the venue for numerous Regional Open Qualifying events and County Matches.

Treating all visitors as “Members for the day”. there is a full range of catering also available at the traditional clubhouse.

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Hurlston Hall
Golf, Spa, Dine
Designed by the famous Donald Steel, this young course has matured way beyond its years. Whether you are an amateur or experienced golfer, you will find you are faced with ‘risk and reward’ shots on many of it’s 18 holes.
Pre-round warm-ups have been catered for with a 15 bay flood-lit driving range and putting green.

Before leaving don’t forget to enjoy some food in the clubhouse restaurant, The Scullery.

Yellow kayak in the water
Outdoor Pursuits
Rock & River
Whilst just outside the borders of West Lancashire Rock & River is situated not far from Rufford, less than 10 miles from Ormskirk in Mawdesley.
Offering climbing, abseiling, canoeing, kayaking, archery, high ropes, raft building, rifle shooting, and other activities
A canal boat moored at Burscough Wharf
Canal Boating
Enjoy a leisurely boat ride along the beautiful Leeds to Liverpool Canal at various times of the day. West Lancashire is lucky to benefit from a number of providers offering this traditional activity.

Some providers with local departures include: Blue Swan Boat Hire, Lancashire Canal Cruises and Burscough Boat Trading.