Park Activities

Almondell & Calderwood Country Park caters for a wide range of leisure and recreational activities.

Almondell Path

Features of the Park

There are a number of walking routes, many of them waymarked. Mapped routes can be obtained from the Visitor Centre. The Park is also suitable for horse riding and cycling with a tarmac road running through Almondell and access to National Cycle Route 75. A play area for toddlers and juniors is situated beside the Visitor Centre.

Know the code before you go  - Scottish Outdoor Access Code


Ranger Service

Almondell Conservatory

Based at the Visitor Centre, the Ranger Service will help you to both enjoy your visit and understand the needs of the countryside. Whether it be assisting school visits, giving illustrated talks, organising nature and conservation clubs, or leading guided walks and activities, contact the Ranger Service.

Please ring the Visitor Centre telephone number (01506 882254) should you require more detailed directions.


Other activities

The River Almond flows for 50km from the Cant Hills near Kirk of Shotts to where it enters the Firth of Forth at Crammond. Running through so many towns and villages, the Almond provides an ideal opportunity for angling in Central Scotland.
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Orienteering is a great for a fun family outing or a fantastic group activity which develops team work, fitness and map reading skills.
The Park offers beautiful woodland and riverside walks, picnic areas with seating and a barbeque facility. Whilst visiting the park why not have a barbeque with your group.