Discover Tentsmuir Forest, a glorious pine forest which follows the white sand dunes onto the beach and provides a perfect spot for a family picnic.
Explore the woodland trails of Devilla Forest, home to prehistoric coffins, stone circles and Roman urns. Look out for red squirrels on the designated trail, which begins in the forest car park.
Pitmedden Forest offers family-friendly walks through the forest, with spectacular views of the Lomonds. There are also a number of cycling tracks through the trees.
Get on your bike at Middleden Woods in Kirkcaldy, with great trails for novices and more experienced bikers.
Ladybank Woods is largely a conifer woodland, which is home to wildlife such as bats and red squirrels. It has a series of trails which can be used for walking and cycling.
Blairadam Woods is a mix of spruces and beech trees with trails including the Glen and Keltyhill Glen. The east side of the forest was part of a designed landscape around Blairadam House, which was built by Scottish architect Sir William Adam.
Cardenden Woods is a small community woodland, which offers walking and cycling.
See the forests and woodlands in Fife and plan a day out to enjoy the landscape.