• Dean Castle Country Park

    Dean Castle Country Park is a fantastic free day out for all the family. The country park, covering over 200 acres, is nestled in the heart of Kilmarnock and offers something for kids and adults alike to enjoy. The Country Park boasts beautiful woodland walks, adventure playground, urban farm, visitor read more

  • Finlaystone Country Estate

    Welcome to Finlaystone Country Estate, an established visitor attraction managed by the family of the Chief of the Clan MacMillan.The estate, with its spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde, is open all year and is situated on the A8 ten minutes west of Glasgow Airport. Finlaystone offers a great read more

  • Pollok Country Park

    The Park is Glasgow’s largest park and the only Country Park within Glasgow. Its extensive woodlands and gardens provide a quiet sanctuary for both visitors and wildlife. The Park is rich in rural history formerly being part of the Old Pollok Estate and ancestral home to the Maxwell Family. The read more

  • Strathclyde Country Park

    With Strathclyde Loch as a focal point, Strathclyde Country Park is one of Scotland’s leading centres for outdoor recreation. Featuring mature woodlands, rough wetlands, wildlife refuges and neat open parkland, the park attracts thousands of visitors – and plays host to a series of major events – throughout the year. read more

  • Spier’s Old School Grounds

    Spier’s Old School Grounds is A Public Park regularly patrolled by the North Ayrshire Ranger Service and a site for conservation, education, relaxation, orienteering, geocaching, dog walking, etc. Car Parking is at the entrance or in the grounds during events or if the ranger has opened the vehicle gates. Pedestrian read more

  • Eglinton Country Park

    Welcome to Eglinton Country Park, Spring, summer, autumn and winter the beauty of Eglinton Country Park is on your doorstep. Eglinton Country Park gives you the space and freedom to enjoy a wide range of pursuits. There are tranquil country pursuits, walking, horse riding, fishing on the lochside or simply read more

  • Calderglen Country Park

    Calderglen park extends along a scenic wooded glen forged out by the Rotten Calder River, a tributary of the River Clyde. The Glen extends over 5 km and has many attractive waterfalls and important geological features. The Northern section of the park is a Geological Site of Special Scientific Interest. read more

  • James Hamilton Heritage Park

    James Hamilton Heritage Park is a 32-acre site and incorporates a 16-acre loch and associated Water Sports Centre. Taster sessions are available so that you can get a feel for various water sports and both junior and adult courses are provided to help you progress. There are two adventure playgrounds read more

  • Camperdown Country Park

    Camperdown country park offers a wealth of experiences, leisurely walks through beautiful woodlands, an exciting play park bursting with activities for kids of all ages, picnic areas to enjoy alfresco eating and its own wildlife centre. The wildlife centre has an abundance of fun to be had with visiting the read more

  • Barshaw Country Park

    Barshaw Park has a wide variety of facilities to suit every age group: Walled garden: consists of herbaceous and shrub borders and provides plenty of seating for visitors to enjoy. Nature Corner: open all year and houses a variety of small animals and birds. Play areas providing a wide selection read more

  • Culzean Castle and Country Park

    Packed to the turrets with antique furniture and furnishings, artworks, porcelain and other fascinating period objects, Culzean Castle is a superb example of high-class living, 18th-century style. Highlights include the Round Drawing Room with its panoramic view of the Clyde; the Armoury, which holds one of the world’s largest collections read more