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A great facility that is occasionally spoilt by the hordes of people who travel on public holidays and leave so much litter - its a common sight to find mounds of rubbish piled next to the most convenient bin (filled to overflowing) and several half-empty...More
I’ve always considered that a large, wide grassy area adjoining the promenade adds hugely to the attractiveness of a seafront, and this one in Ayr is a beauty. Great to stroll or relax on, and a great place for visiting circuses etc.
This is a...More
this is an excellent place for families with children, not necessarily young children. The area is extensive and safe. Across the road is the beach and the sea is safe for children to swim/paddle. Sand is regularly cleaned and great fun building sandcastles. There is...More
The Low Green is a large grass area behind the beach which is used for displays and general enjoyment of locals and visitors.
It was originally grazing land hundreds of years ago and was granted to the town in the 15th Century.
The Victorians developed...More
Fun and games for the kids and anyone interested in our armed forces
Fun dog show - intersting stalls with lots of local produce
Pipe band competition and lots of other things going on as well as the fairground - All in all a lovely...More
My wife and I visited 'The Low Green' on a recent trip to Ayr.
It is situated down at the seafront, just across the road from the Lang Scots Mile promenade walk, and the area covers roughly half a mile in length.
Plenty of open...More
On our way to the ocean we found this amazing huge green park area. There are benches for enjoying the view and lots of space for families with children and for our canine friends to play in. Just a relaxing place to enjoy the views...More