Founded in 2010 by local man Jamie Flynn, Don Coyote Outdoor Centre is a family run business providing outdoor activities in the scenic surrounds of the Scottish Borders.
Don Coyote Outdoor Centre was founded in 2010 by Jamie Flynn a young entrepreneur who returned to the area after studying business management in Aberdeen. He saw an opportunity to capitalise on the beautiful scenery and provide outdoor activities in the area to complement the existing local attractions. The centre is a family run business and, after starting out small, has continued to grow – adding more activities to keep you entertained all day.
Originally the centre offered off-road go-karting with the use of Honda Pacer karts. In 2012 Don Coyote was reinvented with the introduction of our first shooting activity. In 2013 owing to the success of our clay pigeon shooting we dropped karting from our list of activities to introduce both archery and air rifle shooting to our repertoire. With our latest activity - .22 rifle shooting coming in late 2015. Stay up to date with new introductions, competitions and offers on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest pages.
Here at Don Coyote you will be greeted with a warm welcome and we aim to make your visit as fun and exciting as possible (or relaxed if that's what you would prefer). We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and are pleased to welcome visitors back time and again – whether you are coming for the views, or to make sure you beat him this time!
Check out our reviews on TripAdvisor to hear what our customers have to say about us!
We also could not fail to mention our mascot - Kenzie (the black Labrador!), whether it be greeting our guests, picking up clays, or generally just getting in the way she is a lovable rogue!
WHERE WE ARE
Don Coyote Outdoor Centre is located near the small village of Lamancha and is easily accessible from Edinburgh which is less than 30 minutes drive away. We are also only 20 minutes from the popular Borders town of Peebles with its shops, bars and restaurants as well its historical attractions, high intensity mountain bike tracks and no less than two spas to rest up after all the adrenaline pumping. So whether you are travelling to the Borders for a day, a week, or even just passing through - there are plenty of reasons to stop in to Don Coyote Outdoor Centre as part of your trip. Check out our 'Things to do locally' for a selection of other attractions in the area.