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What is TAGactive?

If you’re struggling to think of activities to do either with your family, friends or colleagues, then TAGactive – which is becoming available at and increasing number of Everyone Active centres – could be for you. TAGactive is an arena based game designed to test strategy, speed, agility, awareness and bravery, while promoting fitness, fun and competition! It’s perfect to enjoy at the weekend, after school, work, or during the school holidays.

What is TAGactive?

TAGactive is an arena based game designed to test strategy, speed, agility, awareness and bravery, while promoting fitness, fun and competition!

tag active

The aim of the game is to collect points using a wristband. You swipe your wristband against illuminated TAGs in order to collect points. The harder these TAGs are to reach, the more points you get. Your total is then totted up at the central computer and a winner declared.


All this takes place within an arena, which is made up of a complex structure of inter-connected, but separate activity areas. Each separate area contains unique challenges that require you to use both physical and mental agility in order to collect the maximum possible number of points allocated 15-minute game time. Most will play three 15-minute games during one session.

TAGactive Soft Play

As well as the standard TAGactive games, some centres are offering TAGactive soft play. This combines everything that’s great about soft play and TAGactive to give the ultimate experience for kids aged 12 and under.

tag active soft play

It works in a very similar way to TAGactive detailed above, but is contained within the soft play facility, rather than the TAG Arena. Players get a wristband and, rather than points, players are tasked with finding and collecting different shapes.

There are stars, diamonds, circles, hearts and rainbow shapes located on beacons dotted around the arena and players just have to tap their wristband on each one to collect them. At the end of the game, the players download their wristband on to the TAG Play hub and the individuals and teams who have collected the most shapes overall, as well as the largest number of each of the different types of shape, meaning there’s more chance for more kids to be a winner!

What can I wear?

To enjoy our TAGactive course you need to wear comfortable clothes and trainers. No jewellery or sharp objects such as belt buckles or clothing studs are permitted.

  • Shoes – Wear sensible sport shoes. (Open toes shoes, croc type shoes, espadrilles or open back shoes must not be worn)
  • Clothing – Wear suitable full body clothing, i.e long sleeve top and full length bottoms. Secure all drawstrings prior to participation.
  • Do not wear items of clothing with sharp items on them. Do not wear torn clothing. Remember to wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty or even slightly damaged.
  • Jewellery – Remove all jewellery. Please do not bring these to the session.
  • Hair – Secure tie back loose hair prior to participation.
  • Loose Items – You must not have anything in your pockets or attached to you that may fall. This includes all electronic devices.
  • Medication – Bring all medication you may need throughout your activity.
  • Food / Drink – Do not take food or drink into the TAGactive arena.

Where can I enjoy TAGactive?

We currently have four centres that offer TAGactive. They are as follows:

White Oak TAGactive

TAGActive

Join the fun in the TAGactive Arena at the brand-new White Oak Leisure Centre!

White Oak Tag Active

What is TagActive?

TAGactive is an arena based game designed to test strategy, speed, agility, awareness and bravery, while promoting fitness, fun and competition! 

The Arena itself contains a complicated structure of inter-connected activity areas. Each area contains challenges that require a mixture of physical and mental agility. The arena is split into separated zones, permitting enhanced player distribution and capacity management. 

You’ll need to follow the arena rules around height and weight to be able to play, as well as being in good physical condition. Before playing, you’ll also need to take part in a safety briefing. You should also follow our simple dress code to make sure you have as much fun as possible and don’t ruin your good clothes!

TagActive Obstacles

Here at White Oaks Leisure Centre, our TAGactive arena has a fantastic array of obstacles for you to take on. Can you conquer them all and score the maximum points possible? Our obstacles include:

  • Quarter Pipe
  • Cyber Tower
  • Giant Ball Hop
  • Giant Rope Bridge
  • Mirror Maze
  • Spider Wall 

And so much more!

White Oak Tag Active

Opening Times

Monday – Thursday: 11:00-19:30
Friday: 11:00-20:30
Saturday & Sunday: 09:00-18:00

Contact Us:

Hilda May Ave,
Swanley,
BR8 7BT
Tel: 01322662188

Stratford TAGactive

TAGActive

Join the fun at Stratford Leisure Centre’s brand new Tagactive Arena!

What is TAGactive? | Parties | Obstacles | Visit Us


What is TagActive?

TAGactive is an arena based game designed to test strategy, speed, agility, awareness and bravery, while promoting fitness, fun and competition! 

The Arena itself contains a complicated structure of inter-connected activity areas. Each area contains challenges that require a mixture of physical and mental agility. The arena is split into separated zones, permitting enhanced player distribution and capacity management. 

You’ll need to follow the arena rules around height and weight to be able to play, as well as being in good physical condition. Before playing, you’ll also need to take part in a safety briefing. You should also follow our simple dress code to make sure you have as much fun as possible and don’t ruin your good clothes!

Stratford TAGactive

TAGactive Parties

Are you ready to take on the TAGactive challenge for your next party or special occasion? TAG has the best features from outdoor obstacle courses but removed the mud! With wearable sensors, LED targets and multilevel zones to test your speed and agility, TAG is an exciting and fun way to spend your special day. Challenge yourself or compete against others using strategy and skill to get the highest score. Your party will take place within an open session and consist of three 12 minute games within a one hour slot.

Tagactive Obstacles

Take on the obstacle challenges below in our TAGactive Arena:

Quarter Pipe

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Race up the wall to hit the targets and slide back down, but can you hit the red?

Cyber Tower

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You TAG in and complete right against left to go all the way up and back down again scoring points and a time

Giant Ball Hop

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The giant ball room tests your focus, agility, balance – you’ll need to navigate between and on top of the balls to get the high scores.

Giant Rope Bridge

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Test your balance and bounce your way across The Ball Hop, hitting targets as you go.
  • Mirror Maze
  • Sea of Ropes – The rope climb towers demands killer grip strength… add in some technique and you might, just, be able to complete the challenge!
  • Spider Wall – The spider wall demands focus, agility, balance and strength – you’ll need to co-ordinate them all and give it everything you’ve got if you want to succeed!

Opening Times

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 16:00-20:00
Saturdays and Sundays: 10:00-18:00

Contact Us:

Stratford Leisure Centre
Bridgeway,
Stratford-Upon-Avon,
CV37 6YX
Tel: 01789 268826

Lammas TAGactive Arena

Lammas Leisure Centre

TAGActive

Have you got what it takes? 

TAGactive is an arena-based game designed to test strategy, speed, agility, awareness and bravery, while promoting fitness, fun and competition for kids and adults over 1.2m in height!

The Arena itself contains a complex structure of inter-connected activity areas. Each area contains challenges that require a mixture of physical and mental agility. The arena is split into separated zones, permitting enhanced player distribution and capacity management. 

Hidden throughout the arena and within the activities are a large number of illuminated TAGs. The TAGs are controlled via a central computer system and glow in different colours corresponding to a pre-determined points system. Points are collected by players using a sensor worn as a wristband. When a wristband is located onto a TAGs light source, a point’s value is allocated to the specific player’s wristband. As the player identifies and reaches more TAGs the players score escalates. 

The point value allocated to each TAG will be determined by the degree of difficulty incurred in trying to reach it. Strategy will play a large part in each competitors thinking, as to whether to collect many easier to reach, but lower valued TAGs, or whether to take on harder challenges in order to be rewarded with more points. 

During one booked session it is envisaged that players will take part in three fifteen minute games with a short period for rest and hydration between each game. 

Please take a moment to watch the safety brief online prior to your visit.