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Dawsholm Park and Local Nature Reserve

Dawsholm Park is a 33 Hectares/ 81 Acres site. Large areas of the park have been left in a natural state. The park is a firm favourite with bird watchers and naturalists alike.

Where is it?

What can I do there?

  • A play area with swings and a small slide is located in the large open- space grassed area in the North West area of the park.
  • Woodland walks - The park is criss-crossed with a large number of paths which give access through the wooded area.
  • The park has an orienteering course. Contact Maps-STAG for maps and events.
  • The park has many seats where visitors can rest and observe the wildlife.
  • Long distance foot paths cycle ways - The Kelvin Walkway (City Centre to Fort William) / Cycle Way (City Centre to Bearden Milngavie) runs past part of the North West boundary of the park.

When is it open?

The park is open at all times.

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