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Took a 4 year old gruffalo fan to this park. It’s a nice walk around the loch and you can see the amazing carved gruffalo creatures dotted around. She loved it!
There is also a children’s play park where they can play for an hour.
We have moved into Bearsden over a year now and our house is 10 minutes walk away. Beautiful and safe park with easy access for walks in the middle of Bearsden residential area. Good for singles, couples, families young and old and dogs owners for...More
With every season Kilmardinny Loch looks more beautiful. A dog walker's paradise. An open area to let our 4 legged friend romp around and pathed walks for furry friends and humans to enjoy amazing loch views. There are beautifully carved wooden art work to gaze...More
Kilmardinny loch is situated in local parkland adjacent to Mosshead, Kilmardinny and Burnbrae housing estates. It is a lovely area with paths used as shortcuts. The Loch itself has plenty of wildlife, currently a family of swans and their cygnets are in residence. It is...More
Took our granddaughters to see the Gruffalo and they loved it .It was not too long a walk for young children and the duck pound was a nice place to sit. The swans were also on the loch with young so take care not to...More
Been here so many times over the years. It does get busy with dogs and such so always key to keep an eye on your children. The gruffalo trail is lovely and many of the children love this. Great to feed the ducks too but...More
I live fairly near here and walk the dog regularly and used to bring kids here a lot. Maybe people have had their expectations raised too much but there is a trail with wooden carvings and two or three have a Gruffalo theme. The Gruffalo...More
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old question but thought I would answer this. sadly no bus goes directly to it. you can get the 60 from Glasgow or 10 both first buses and get off near the burnbrae pub and walk up. it's up hill and about 5 or so minutes... More
old question but thought I would answer this. sadly no bus goes directly to it. you can get the 60 from Glasgow or 10 both first buses and get off near the burnbrae pub and walk up. it's up hill and about 5 or so minutes walk so can be tough on little legs.