There are a wide variety of walks within the park and links to the local path networks.
MacRosty Park in Crieff
With fine view across Strathearn and towards Ben Chonzie, situated within an exceptionally picturesque landscape, MacRosty Park has been an attraction for over 100 years.
Named after its benefactor, James MacRosty, the park boasts children's play areas, a Victorian bandstand, picnic areas, a café, easy going walks and an impressive collection of conifer trees.
The park is situated on the west side of Crieff, with a large car park at the foot of Milnab Street off of the A822.
Toilets. There is an automated toilet on site which is available all year from 9am - 7pm (24hour access with a RADAR key, for more information, visit the RADAR website). 20p entrance fee.
The condition of the green shelter in Mungall Park is being assessed during the winter months. To ensure the safety of all park users, the shelter will be fenced off to members of the public during this time.
We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause and we will keep this website updated with any progress, in the meantime if you would like further information about this please contact MacRosty Park Greenspace Ranger SFWhyte@pkc.gov.uk
If you would like further details about MacRosty Park please contact Community Greenspace on 01738 475000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
MacRosty park - walking
MacRosty park - play park
Lots of fun for all the family.
MacRosty park - orienteering
Coming soon! The parks course will be a great taster for the sport.
The history of MacRosty Park including the visit of the Earl and Countess of Strathearn in May 2014.