Muiravonside Country Park (Linlithgow) Reviews
Description:Location: The Loan, Linlithgow, Scotland EH49 6LN
Newest Review: ... recall the pigs and piglets. Slightly later, I remember flying kites in the high meadows there (with somewhat mixed success). Nowadays, we mainly go to walk the dog, rarely having to follow the same route twice. There are footpaths through open parkland, woodland, gardens and steep slopes down to the [River] Avon Gorge: plenty of variety for all. This year (2011) you can take part in badger ... more
Customer Muiravonside Country Park (Linlithgow) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/03/11, updated on 28/03/11 (Very useful, 178 readings)
Muiravonside Country Park is a former family estate of some 170 acres in the Falkirk Council area and close to the historic West Lothian town of Linlithgow (East Central Scotland). It has a number of special attractions that seem to have been drawing a large number of visitors recently. ~~Ducks, aquaducts and viaducts~~ The park is particularly popular with young families for its farm, which is open to the public all year round and has an interesting range of exotic livestock on display, including a duckpond. It also features splendid riverside walks and open vistas of the countryside beyond, with the nearby Avon aqueduct, Union Canal and a major ... Read the complete review
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