From Monday 9 August 2021, West Lothian moved to Beyond Level 0.
It is important that before you travel you understand what restrictions may be in place for where you are travelling from and where you are travelling to.
Visitor Centres, Public Toilets, Hideaway Café, Polkemmet Café
All are open. Visitors must continue to wear face coverings when entering public buildings (unless you have an exemption), must keep a 1metre social distance, avoiding crowded places. Some services within the Country Parks continue to be provided at reduced levels and with mitigation in place. Please adhere to all mitigation and current Scottish Government guidance
Beecraigs Caravan & Camping Site
Reduced capacity and on site mitigation measures including taking customers details for Test & Protect remain in place. By booking onto the site, customers are agreeing to adhere to the site standards, terms & conditions due to Covid19 and terms & conditions for use of Little Lodges.
A limited number of BBQ sessions for an agreed number of persons will be available to hire at Almondell & Calderwood and Beecraigs Country Parks. Revised session times are 10:00-13:30 and 13:45-17:15 ; evening BBQs are currently not available. Polkemmet BBQs will remain closed for now. Please contact the respective Visitor Centre to enquire on availability.
Room hire is available at Almondell Visitor Centre, in accordance with current guidance.
West Lothian Leisure Golf and Driving Range
For information on the West Lothian Leisure golf and driving range facilities, please check their website
Visiting West Lothian's Country Parks
Please be considerate to staff working at our sites who are trying to help keep you and themselves safe. Help us by carefully planning your trip in advance, check that your activities are permissible in the area you are visiting, follow on site advice, park responsibly and if some locations are busy when you arrive please consider visiting an alternative location, use alternative surfaced paths rather than overused muddy paths, and please take your litter home with you.
For further advice, checkout the Rangers Guide to responsible access.