- Audio Trail
the audio trail is a self guided tour of Muirkirk assisted by an audio commentary
- Ayrshire Orienteering Club AYROC
AYROC held their first orienteering event in Muirkirk in August 2016 with over 120 entrants taking part. It is understood the club plans to make the hills around the village one of their regular visits.
- Cycling around Muirkirk
- Heritage Layby
the Heritage Layby, at the western edge of the village, gives some background to the village history
- Camping and Caravaning
Muirkirk has it’s own modern caravan site
- Covenanting History
visit the Coventanters cairn in the Hertiage Layby or take a walk out to the memorial at Airds Moss
- Golfing in Muirkirk
enjoy a round at Muirkirk’s challenging 9 hole course
- Lapraik Festival
John Lapraik was a poet, a son of Muirkirk and a friend and contemporary of Robert Burns.
The Lapraik Festival takes place each year in Muirkirk.
- Miners Memorial
the Miners Memorial can be found in the centre of the village at the junction of Main Street and Glasgow Road
- Motor Sport at Kames
The motor sports complex at Kames is owned and operated by the East Ayrshire Car Club.
- Muirkirk and Glenbuck War Memorials
the War Memorial remembers the local men and women who gave their lives for their country
- Muirkirk Museum
- Sports in Muirkirk
a range of both indoor and outdoor sports facilites exist at various locations in Muirkirk.
- Totem Poles
Muirkirk’s three Totem Poles can be found in the Heritage Layby, at the eastern end of the village and at Glenbuck Loch. Each pole helps to tell the story of the Parish of Muirkirk past and present.
- Walking in and around Muirkirk
the area around Muirkirk offers a range of walks, from the relatively gentle to a “stroll” to the 2000 foot summit of Cairn Table