I know the park well having grown up across the road from one of its boundaries. It's apparently the second biggest of the Glasgow parks and serves the populations of both Glasgow and East Renfrewshire. The park contains a golf course, large grassy areas (great for sledging in the winter), a river where you can feed the ducks from an iron bridge (a listed structure) and many walks from the tarmacked paths through the park to muddy tracks through the trees and beside the river. It's hard to believe at times that the park is surrounded by an urban area as there are so many points where the city is out of sight and sound. Don't expect lots of facilities as the bandstand, pets' corner, formal gardens, mansion house tearoom and nature centre are all long gone but do expect peace and quiet and wildlife - squirrels, foxes and ducks for a start.
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