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Parks and Countryside areas

Most settlements have a park, play area or other green space near them. There are also large parks and countryside sites throughout Perth and Kinross which attract visitors as well as local people.

Large parks and countryside sites

Our larger parks offer a range of attractions for all ages and are great places to host events and leisure activities.  There are eight major parks which, due to their facilities and location, attract visitors from far and near. 

Countryside sites offer a different sort of experience and are particularly good places to walk, enjoy views and look out for wildlife. 

You can view a map of the large parks or browse the links below for parks and countryside sites to visit:

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.

The North Inch, Perth

The North Inch is the larger of the two inches in Perth and overlooks the River Tay.

The South Inch, Perth

The South Inch provides Perth with some wonderful recreation spaces close to the city centre.

Kirkgate park in Kinross

Kirkgate Park is location on the shore of Loch Leven next to the historic 17th Century landscape of Kinross House, and within the Loch Leven National Nature Reserve (LLNNR) .

Larghan Park in Coupar Angus

Larghan Park is a large, 8.2 hectare park situated to the east of Coupar Angus and adjacent to the A84.

Victoria Park in Aberfeldy

Victoria Park is Aberfeldy's biggest and most popular public park.

Davie Park in Rattray, Blairgowrie

This park offers a good range of facilities for local people and visitors to the area.

Map of major parks

View a map of major parks within Perth and Kinross

Informal camping

Camping is a great way to explore the great outdoors

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