Stag Mud Mayhem in Bournemouth
Mud Mayhem in Bournemouth
We've combined some serious boys toys for your Bournemouth stag party. Why choose 1 activity for the stag do when there's 4 on offer...satisfaction guaranteed with something for all.
- Quad Bikes safari
- Blindfold Driving 4x4
- Clay Pigeons competition
- Human Table Football game
- Activities are run on the same site
- Free overalls (and occasionally wellies) in poor weather
- Relaxed and friendly atmosphere with all our staff
6 Minimum Guests
Four activities on the same site near Bournemouth.
Enjoy the QUAD BIKE SAFARI session with 4 to 6 bikes. This is quad biking in its purest form. After a brief introduction and practice, take the quads out into the wild on this trail, where you can really see what the bikes are capable of. Whilst there are quick parts of the course, there are also some very tricky bits and you will have to learn quickly in these beautiful surroundings.
Follow this with BLINDFOLD DRIVING Test your fearlessness in a 4x4, driving through rough terrain ... blindfolded. Blindfold driving-what a laugh. Ever tried to close your eyes and drive at the same time? Our advice - don't try this at home
CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING with minimum 18 clays per person. Simulating wild birds, these four inch clays will come from all angles, if you were not wide awake you soon will be. This activity is demanding calm concentration, a keen eye and quick reactions. You're looking to perfect your aim, time your shots and basically claim more 'kills' than your mates.
Top the day off with HUMAN TABLE FOOTBALL a hilarious inflatable game... strap yourself in literally and play the best game of footie of your life. So you're stuck on the pole and can only move side-ways. It's not easy, it's unpredictable and it's most certainly funny.
During the winter months (Nov - Feb) activities may be substituted due to weather conditions.
Some activities may not be suitable for the disabled.
Groups over 12 they will be in two sessions.
There is sometimes a height and weight restriction of around 6"6' and 18st, please ask our team if you've got any queries on this.
Opening times: seven days a week 9am-6pm.
Activities will start at either 9.40pm or 1.40pm.
Winter hours run from October - Feb 12.45pm is last arrival time for 1.15pm start.
30-40 minutes west of Bournemouth city centre.
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And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
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98% Recommend Us
From start to finish it was an easy process, the girls at freedom was always there on hand with information if needed. Communication was amazing. I would highly recommend freedom.
By Scott Bedworth
Really had a fun time. The stag loved it
Thanks again for everything
By Hiten Patel
Just got back from Event weekend .
Had a great time and I think everyone enjoyed the whole event and I just wanted to say a big thank you to all your team to making everything run so smoothly .Appreciate you do all this daily but thank you for making this special for the ' stag'.If you get a chance please pass on my heartfelt thanks to Andrew at Hi5 for all his efforts with the driving event.
If I ever get the chance to be part of another event will surely be coming to you first to help me again.
By Ian James
“Very very very good”
Good experience and well organised! Definitely recommend it to a friend or someone getting married.
By Kurtis Penney
Stag do reading
We organised a Stag do in reading for 9 people. Before we went all of the there was a good level of communication between Freedom and the events supplier. In reading we choose to complete the off rood driving experience which consisted of Max Kats, Segway and dirk buggies. The experience lasted 3 hours and the max kats were really run. I was a little bit disappointed with the segway as we did not take them very far and only raced around some cones. the Track for the mud buggies could have also been improved as it was only one big circle.
We then moved on to the GPS pub craw. there were lots of questions on the phone as you reached different places and there were not a shortage of pubs to stop at as we came across them but on the pub crawl there was only 3 pubs. which is a little short for a Stag do.
Lastly the club entry is very early 9.45 so we did not bother with that and instead haggled a reasonable price for the club much later.
It was a good stag do, thank you for organising all of the different pieces
By Alex Green