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Ayr Seafront Playpark Ayr
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
The kids love this park so much Good choice of swings chutes Swings if all shapes and sizes Airial slides were such fun the kids really enjoyed this park Lovely views of the coast The tide was coming in when we we...
Great park for all members of the family, lovely views, many areas to sit - one area has a large windbreaker / shelter perfect for Scottish Weather.
Rozelle Park Ayr
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
Worth a visit lots of beautiful walks Duck pond and tea room Art gallery and a museum There is a part of the park that has a memorial section of tree carvings of soldiers who were in World War One .The park is a s...
We visit Rozelle very frequently, by its nature it changes with the seasons it is at its prettiest in May with azaleas and rhododendrons in full flower at other times snowdrops and the aroma of wild garlic fill th...
Burns Monument and Gardens Ayr
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
I was here what a fantastic day out just the walk was great a special visit to rabbie burns birth place the museum was great the park the old cemetery the bridge next to the visitors centre the mini cart ride expe...
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Troon Beach Troon
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Troon
Unbeatable Scottish beach with all the amenities you could require.Beachside parking.Clean public toilets, seaside kiosk selling icecreams ,Childrens' play park .Flat promenade excellent for learning to ride a bike.
I love taking the children to the beach at troon is lovely with a great swing park and nice beach to walk on on a nice day if you live in Scotland or are just visiting it's definitely worth visiting troon
Lang Scots Mile Ayr
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
always park at the front and have a walk along here, the view is always different depending on the weather and the bonus its so flat, so you can walk forever
Park at Ayr India, southernmost point of the promenade, find the signpost marking the start of the mile, and walk north towards the Citadel, remembering to turn right, away from the front, when instructed by the s...
Ayr Equestrian Centre Ayr
#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
Great events and hacks through the woods/ to local parks/ to the beach.
Fullarton Fairy Trail Troon
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Troon
It is so refreshing to see some lighthearted fun injected into a woodland walk which encourages children to use their imagination and get involved in nature.
Wee one loved exploring the area and had a nice play afterwards at the kids play park.
The Low Green Ayr
#6 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
There is a large free play park next to the green and abundant cafes for snacks and ices.
On our way to the ocean we found this amazing huge green park area.
Troon Yacht Haven Troon
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Troon
Girvan Beach Girvan
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Girvan
Easy to park and easy to access this fine beach with great views over the watet
Modern park with loads for kids to do.
Belleisle Park Ayr
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
Love this park so much refurbishment going on conservatory, walled garden, woodlands, great place for kids and adults alike.
They also had a deer park and we saw other wildlife about the place.
Ayrshire Coastal Path Ayr
#8 of 8 Nature & Parks in Ayr
Smugglers Trail Troon
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Troon
7stanes - Glentrool Newton Stewart, UK 25.6 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Newton Stewart
And if you aren’t feeling particularly energetic, park the car and walk the very short distance to the stone and, after reading about the battle and Bruce’s victory, simply take in the fabulous views of the loch a...
Start at Clatteringshaws visitor centre and cycle around this into the Galloway Forest Park, past Loch Dee and onto Loch Trool.