Please note that we have again been unable to source insurance cover for our Segway activities due to a personal injuries claim claim against us in 2015. Unfortunately we have no option but to close down Woodland Segway for 2021. We will try to secure insurance for next year but due to the claims culture, large compensation payouts and lack of real insurance and legal reform at the moment we are not hopeful for the future. Thanks to all our customers for all their support.
Let the fun times roll...
Get On A Roll...
Segways are two wheeled, battery powered Personal Transporters that are easy to use and so much fun. You lean slightly in the direction that you want to go and your Segway will take you there. It’s just like gliding along and it’s literally like nothing you’ve ever done before! Our Rockingham Roll is our most popular Segway experience. It’s a 30 minute Segway glide along the woodland trails at Lough Key Forest & Activity Park. Please note that age and weight restrictions apply to all our Segway activities. Participants must be 12 years or older. If you have younger kids we have a really cool safari mini jeep activity for them. Just click on the Woodland Safari link below to find out more!
The Perfect Surroundings
Lough Key Forest & Activity Park is located between Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim and Boyle, Co. Roscommon. It is part of the old King Family Estate of Rockingham and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. You’ll enjoy superb lake views, ancient oaks, giant cedars and a host of historical buildings as well as a state of the art visitor centre with Lakeside Cafe
So Much To Do
There is so much to do at Lough Key Forest & Activity Park that you’ll probably need to stay for more than a day. Don’t worry there’s a camping and caravan site in the park and there is lots of top quality accommodation nearby
An Experience Unlike Anything Else
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This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007 – 2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe Investing in Rural Areas