Station Road, Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire
Aden offers beautiful surroundings and a wide range of opportunities for relaxation and recreation. Facilities include a museum, café, gift shop, children’s play area, fairy woods, allotments, archaeological sites, picnic areas, walks and trials, formal and informal gardens, outdoor gym, dog agility, horse arena, caravan site and range of events.
Sannox Gardens, Dennistoun, Glasgow
Wonderful flower displays, Victorian historical fountain, two ponds, a golf course, a community garden and a community cycling hub, its a wonderful place. Holds an annual community festival but used year round for walkers, its children's play area and golfers.
Howden South Road, Livingston, West Lothian
Almondvale Park is a riverside park in the centre of Livingston. It includes a playpark, a world-renowned skatepark, wildflower meadows, riverside viewing platforms, a measured walk and information about all the wildlife that can be found there. Many groups use the park for different activities throughout the year.
Glasgow Road, Paisley, Renfrewshire
Barshaw Park is an oasis with a yachting pond, miniature railway, children's play area, cycle practice area, BMX track, donkeys, walled garden, cafe and ample parking. Also easy to get to without a car, it is on the main bus routes between Glasgow and Paisley.
Eldon Street, Greenock, Inverclyde
The Battery Park is at the heart of our local community, its wide open grass area space provides activities like walking running and cycling, it also has sports pitches, play parks, skateboard facilities and an outside gym, not to mention walking dogs and the scenery is breathtaking...
Doonfoot Road, Ayr, South Ayrshire
It has two play parks, two golf courses right beside it, a deer park, a clubhouse cafe and ranger hut, very accessible and is near the beach.
Patterson Street, Kirkcaldy, Fife
It has loads to offer everyone. You can play soccer, rugby, tennis or bowls. You can play on amazing play equipment or you can amble round the lake and enjoy the greenery and wildlife. Clean public toilets and free parking too!
Glenburn Gardens.Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire
Our park is a main thoroughfare to the town centre and enjoyed by local dog walkers, school children and wildlife alike.
Coupar Angus Road, Dundee
Camperdown Country Park has a golf course, football pitches, a wildlife centre, two large children’s play areas, tennis courts, an array of footpaths and large grassed areas with vast range of mature trees. The park hosts the annual flower and food festival which attract tens of thousands of visitors.
Carlisle Road, Fernigair, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire
This historic park used to be part of the Hamilton Palace Estate. The park has beautiful walks and vistas, and is accessible for all abilities. There is a visitor center and cafe on site too. Entry is free and there is a great play park too.
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