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Walking

Eglinton Country Park covers an area of 400 acres with several miles of varied and beautiful walks catering for all ages and abilities. There are many routes you can combine meaning no two walks need be the same. Enjoy a mixture of habitats as you pass from parkland path, to riverside walkway, woodland and forest, or open hill to loch shore. Whether you're out to take a refreshing walk in the rain and splash through some muddy puddles or to gently stroll to a special view point, you will find Eglinton has much to offer for both health and spirit.

Dogs are welcome, as long as they are kept under control and owners take responsibility for clearing up after them. The Paws for Thought project aims to promote responsible dog ownership and walking.

We operate a free electric scooter hire scheme for visitors with mobility problems, as well as a range of special needs cycles. Numbers are limited and its always advisable to book in advance. To book, telephone 01292 551776.

Know the code before you go: www.outdooraccess-scotland.com   

Medal Routes

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You can find 3 short circular walking routes that start and finish at the Visitor Centre courtyard. These routes are designed to take approximately 15, 30 and 60 minutes, so you can slowly build walking into your daily life whilst enjoying your beautiful Park!

More information on Medal Routes, including downloadable maps, can be found on the ramblers.org website

 

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