Adrenalin Quarry is a family-owned visitor attraction and adventure park in Menheniot, Cornwall, United Kingdom. It opened in Easter 2009, on the site of an old flooded quarry and offers three rides: The Zip, The Giant Swing and Coastering/The Blob. As an area of special scientific interest, the attraction concentrates on low-carbon gravity rides which have minimal or zero impact on the local environment. It has been featured in a number of British newspapers, including The Sunday Times  and The Guardian  as a top attraction to visit in Cornwall.
Adrenalin Quarry was formerly known as Clicker Tor Quarry. (It's still called that locally.) Worked for Blue Elvin rock from 1932 to 1969, it was an important business providing much-needed employment and a boost to South-East Cornwall’s local economy. After the closure the quarry grew derelict and was flooded to a depth of 22m, until in 1986, Clicker Trikes, now Kartworld, opened its doors to the public. In January, 2009, under the guidance of current owner, Will Sneyd, the first posts went in at the western end of the lake to build the launch platform for Adrenalin Quarry's first ride - The Zip. Adrenalin Quarry opened in Easter 2009 and has added new rides and facilities each year since then.