Viewfield Drive, Nairn IV12 4BF

Welcome to Nairn Sports Club.
Our aim is to provide opportunities for the community of Nairnshire to participate in sport and well being activities.
We provide a packed programme of classes and activities for all ages and abilities during the day and in the evening.  
We have a vibrant gym with free weights, resistance machines  and cardio equipment.
The club  has  four floodlit tennis courts and two squash courts along with  a large sports hall set up to accommodate badminton, table tennis, pickle ball, and indoor football.  

We are open to members and non members .
Carpark and bike rack is on site . 

Tel: 01667 454523

The 6,800-yard links course is a treat for the senses, offering a variety of challenges set amongst spectacular views over the Moray Firth towards Sutherland and to the Cawdor Hills inland. Visitors are welcome to reserve tee times, participate in a range of open competitions, and purchase golf passes for the area.

The pro shop carries a good range of clothing and equipment. Club repairs and regripping carried out by qualified professionals.

Albert Street, Nairn, IV12 4HP 

It’s a sport for everyone….

The Nairn Bowling Club is a modern and well-equipped facility, located a short distance from the town center, in Albert Street. We are a Bowls Scotland Silver BowlsMark accredited club and are proud of this significant achievement. This provides a level of quality assurance of our facilities and management.

To play, all you require is a pair of flat soled shoes, as the club will provide all the other equipment to allow you to take up the fantastic sport of bowls. It’s a sport that can be played at all levels and each provides elements of competitiveness and social interaction. If you’ve never tried Bowls, it’s time to come and give it a try! Join us at 2pm every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Our coaches will help to introduce to this fantastic sport.

You will be warmly welcomed at Nairn Bowling Club.


Showfield Park IV12 5 Nairn

Nairn St. Ninian Football Club are a Scottish football club based in Nairn, Highland. Members of the Scottish Junior Football Association, they currently play in the North Super League. Formed in 1968, the club are based at Showfield Park Nairn and their Home colours are maroon and sky blue


Tel: 07955 063902

Nairn Coastal Rowing Club was established in 2017 by a group from the local community that were keen to add Nairn to the fast growing sport of Coastal Rowing. Bringing the community together to firstly build our skiff and then provide a platform for both social and competitive rowing.

Our first boat, Dulsie, was launched in September 2018 after completion of the 7-month build.
We merged with our kindred Ardersier Boat Club in November 2018.
Our vision is to bring people together for fun, fitness and socialising with other coastal communities, offering enjoyable and safe coastal rowing experience.
We provide appropriate training and all the necessary safety equipment to get onto the water to enjoy the beautiful coastal and inshore water ways in and around Scotland.


Viewfield, next to Nairn Museum, IV12 4BF

Welcome to Nairn St Ninian Bowling Club. We are a family friendly club that welcomes all to come and play bowls. Established in May 1961 we have served the community of Nairn for many years. The club is located in the heart of Nairn next to the museum just a short walk from the town centre. If you have never tried bowls, and want to feel welcome, then please come and try.  All you require is a flat pair of shoes as the club will have everything else you require. We look forward to welcoming all visitors to our friendly family club.

142 Harbour St, Nairn IV12 4PH


Nairn Sailing Club was started in 1968 by five founding members: Harold Forrester, Reggie Pole, Hugh Wilson, Bill Oliver and Alastair Maxwell. Over the years it has gained a reputation, at home and on distant shores, for being friendly, welcoming and enthusiastic. This is true both on the water through the racing and cruising, as well as on the social side. The clubs singing and musical prowess is known far and wide!

Latitude     57° 35.61’ N
Longitude  03° 51.64’ W


The traditional links course dates from 1887 and the original design by Archie Simpson was later developed by Old Tom Morris, five times Open champion James Braid and Ben Sayers. Once the land of the Earl of Cawdor, every hole on the Championship course offers extraordinary views of the Moray Firth and the Black Isle beyond, as well as tricky greens and cunningly angled short holes that will challenge the mettle of any golfer.

Visitors are welcome on both the Championship Course and the 9-hole Cameron Course, a gentler course that is perfect for a fun family round of golf and for practice sessions.

The Nairn Golf Club is a member of the Highland Golf Links Partnership, along with Royal Dornoch and Castle Stuart.

The Pro Shop is well-stocked with high quality brands such as Under Armour, Oscar Jacobson, Glenmuir, and many others.

Tel: 01667 453208

This Highlife Highland facility offers a wide range of fitness classes, a state-of-the-art Fitness Suite and a 25 metre pool

Tel: 01349 781500


Established in 1914, with history in the town going back to the 1880s, Nairn County is a focal point of the town and play an active role in helping the community. Come and visit us at Station Park, home of the best pie in a roll in Scottish football.

We Believe!


95 High Street, Nairn

Old school competing boxing club ,fully affiliated to Boxing Scotland , fully inclusive , number one boxing club in the town,


Tel: 07534 441922