Aros Park is an area of woodland managed by the Forestry Commission on the outskirts of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull.
The park is all that remains of the once extensive Aros estate, which was bought by the Forestry Commission in 1959. The woodland can be enjoyed throughout the year, with the contrasting colours particularly attractive during the autumn months.
Visitors can enjoy a picturesque walk which stretches from the Tobermory Bay coastline, through the park’s Main Drive and up to the Allain look-out tower. This route follows the banks of the Aros Burn and up to a stunning waterwall with amazing views across the Tobermory, the Sound of Mull and the Ardnamurchan peninsula. The colourful buildings of Tobermory act as a vibrant backdrop to the park.
How to Get there
You can walk direct from Tobermory: the scenic Coastal Trail starts from the bus terminus near the distillery. Follow the green waymarkers for 1 ¼ miles (2 km) to reach Aros Park.
By car from Tobermory, take the A848 towards Salen. The entrance to Aros Park is about ¾ mile (1.2 km) out of town on the left hand side. The main car park is at grid reference NM 518 539.
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