Come and race at Scotland’s original and most popular indoor go karting centre in Cambuslang, just 10 minutes’ drive from Glasgow City Centre on the M74.
Established in 1991 ScotKart in Cambuslang was the first permanent indoor karting centre in Scotland, and has led the way ever since with constant innovation and investment to ensure you enjoy one of the best indoor karting experiences in Europe, along with a world leading laser tag arena Combat City.
Mon – Fri 12.00pm to 10pm
Sat – Sun 9.30am to 10pm
School Holidays open 10am Mon-Fri
If you are travelling by car we are close to the Cambuslang Exit to the M74 SE Motorway, which links to the M8 and M73 providing easy access to the whole of the Central Belt.
From Glasgow City Centre you (less than 10 minutes) take Exit 2A off the M74, from Lanarkshire and the Central Belt take Exit 3 off the M74.
If you are coming from the Southside of Glasgow it’s easiest to take the M77 onto the M74.
From Bearsden, Milngavie, Anniesland take the Clyde Tunnel onto the M8, and then the M74.
There are Brown Tourist road signs to follow in Cambuslang saying ‘Indoor Kart Racing’
You can park in our large private car park, and there is plenty of space for buses.
We are a short walk or taxi ride from Cambuslang Train Station (there is a rank outside the station and it costs around £4).
Trains from Glasgow Central take about 15 Minutes to Cambuslang.
From the Glasgow direction the route is Hyndland, Partick, SECC, Glasgow Central, Argyle St, Bridgeton, Dalmarnock, Rutherglen.
From the other direction there are stops at Uddingston, Bellshill, Motherwell, Shieldmuir, Wishaw, Carluke, Lanark, Carstairs. For further information please see www.scotrail.co.uk
We are a short walk from the Bus Terminus in Cambuslang, if you get the 267/263 from Glasgow City Centre. Otherwise the #7 Newton Bus from the City Centre comes virtually to our door if you don’t mind the longer scenic route through Kings Park, Rutherglen and Cambuslang. For these services visit www.firstgroup.com
If you are travelling by public transport from anywhere else in Scotland use this great web site – www.traveline.org.uk
In addition to road routes we are close to the Clyde Walkway, which follows the River Clyde from Glasgow’s West End to Cambuslang, and then out to Lanark. It’s not direct, but it’s a good cycle! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clyde_walkway