Victoria Park is Aberfeldy's biggest and most popular public park.
Access to the park is from Taybridge Terrace which is a few minutes walk from the Town Centre.
Welcome boards at the main entrance shows the layout of the park . Paths link the two main gates through the recently improved play area which caters for ages between 4 and 14 years. There is a vintage steam road roller which provides a particular point of interest, and a skate park. Plenty of seating and picnic benches are provided.
The Park also has extensive grass areas giving plenty of space for ball games and events. Trees, hedging and formal planting provide both structure and wildlife interest and separate the public facilities from those of the adjacent sporting clubs.
A leaflet showing details of surrounding paths including the nearby Birks of Aberfeldy can be downloaded from our paths page.
There is on street car parking available on Taybridge Terrace.
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 Breadalbane Cricket Club have a base in the park which includes practice nets and an artificial wicket. Aberfeldy, Tennis Club and Aberfeldy Bowling Club both have their own facilities adjacent to the public park. The Aberfeldy Golf Club lies between the park and the River Tay.