Macrosty Park is situated on the west side of the Perthshire town of Crieff and features woodland, a path network and a Victorian bandstand.
Macrosty woodland park is home to an impressive collection of mature trees, including Douglas fir and noble fire. Other significant species including Lawson cypress, Norway spruce, Coriscan pine and cedar.
The park is an ideal location for a family day out, as it includes an excellent path network which leads to a Victorian bandstand. The fast flowing Turret Burn also runs through the park. During the summer months a series of concerts are held at the bandstand.
Getting there by railway:- The nearest rail stations are Perth and Gleneagles. Bus or car hire from there to Crieff. Full details from Crieff Tourist Information Centre.
Getting there by aeroplane:- From Glasgow airport follow the M9 to Bridge of Allan, then take the A84 northwest to Callander and Lochearnhead. Then take the A85 east to Crieff. MacRosty Park is located close to the town centre, off Milnab Street.
From Edinburgh airport follow the M90 to Perth, then take the A85 west to Crieff.
Getting there by ferry:- From the port of Rosyth, head north to Perth, then take the A85 west to Crieff. MacRosty Park is located close to the town centre, off Milnab Street.
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