Anyone for tennis? Or golf? Or football? Working up a sweat, or watching with a pie and a pint, we’ve got you covered.
Lossiemouth Tennis Club is based in Marine Park, between Stotfield Road and James Street. Boasting a brand new pavilion and two well maintained hard courts, the club runs regular coaching sessions and tournaments.
Book a court online at https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/LossiemouthTennisClub
As well as tennis, Marine Park also offers Walking Football and Footgolf. Find out more at http://marineparklossie.org.uk/
On a late summer evening, there’s nothing like sitting outside the golf club, drink in hand, sharing stories of birdies and eagles, reliving each swing as the sun sinks over the Firth.
Moray Golf Club in Lossiemouth is home to arguably one of the finest links courses in Scotland. The iconic old course, designed by Old Tom Morris, is a favourite of golfers far and wide. Intertwined with the old course, the new course is a shorter, tighter test of your precision. Each course is equally challenging and rewarding, try and fit in a round on both during your visit.
http://www.moraygolf.co.uk/ to find out more and book tee times.
PGA Pro, John Murray, heads up the pro team. Book lessons, or get your swing analysed in the state of the art performance centre. The Pros’ shop has everything you need to get you ready for your round.
Covesea Links is a separate 9-hole course is beyond the lighthouse and there’s also a driving range, crazy golf and pitch & putt at Covesea Golf Dedication Centre.
Lossiemouth Bowling Club, behind the Stotfield Hotel, has been operating for 135 years, and welcomes visitors and new members. Call 01343 813766 for details.
Grant Park is the home of Lossiemouth FC, also known as ‘The Coasters’. Lossie play in the Highland League. Matches are played on Saturday at 3pm. Punters can enjoy a pie and a bovril at the ground, or grab a pint at Lossiemouth FC Social Club before or after the match.
If you or your family are here to play a match yourself, then you’ll be at the playing fields (junction of Elgin Road (A941) and Couldardbank Road. There’s a pavilion at the ground, and public toilets at the High School while the swimming pool is open.
The recently rebuilt Lossiemouth High School houses a 20m swimming pool, open to the public. Full details here: http://www.moray.gov.uk/moray_swimming/page_40297.html
Also at the High School is a small but well equipped gym, open to the public at limited times. For details, call 01343 815299.
CrossFit Moray behind the Baptist Church www.crossfitmoray.com provides group and 1-1 personal training sessions.
LBA Member, Sarah Louise Cull runs Bodyfit by SLG Fitness - http://bodyfitbyslg.com/
Other PTs are available locally.
For details of watersports, cycling and other outdoor activities, see the Active Day Out page.