Skip to content
Glasgow City Council

Castlemilk Park

Castlemilk Park, the woodland that runs through Castlemilk , the woodlands were originally  part of a designed landscape of the Castlemilk House, however the woodland is very much the heart of the Castlemilk community.

The woodlands have amazing array of trees from the giant sequoia (redwood) tree to other more common Scottish species. Other wildlife that can be seen throughout the years are herons, mallards, Eurasian dippers, foxes and roe deer  It's a fantastic place for its 3 main walks which are Daffodil, waterfall and icehouse walks which around 1km in length and range from easy to moderate walks. The park even has its own small wildflower meadow.

If you want to know more about the woodlands its walks and the activities that happen please contact Cassiltoun Housing Association Community woodland officer or call 0141 634 2674

Where is it?


  • Car park
  • Historical features
  • Pavilion
  • Seating
  • Walks
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Woodland

When is it open?

The park is open at all times.

Share this page:

A to Z:

Council Services