Townhill Loch Country Park - Dunfermline Walks
This country park is located in Dunfermline and is very popular with water-skiers.
However there are also walking trails alongside Town Loch and a cycle trail on the eastern edge of the park. The loch is surrounded by some really pretty countryside and there are also facilities such as a children's play area and a croquet lawn.
Just a couple of miles north east of the park there's some more peaceful lochside trails along Loch Fitty.
PostcodeKY12 0HT - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
Townhill Country Park Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
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Walks near Dunfermline
- Gartmorn Dam Country Park - This 370 acre Country Park and Nature Reserve is located less than two miles from Alloa and Clackmannan in Clackmannanshire
- Lochore Meadows Country Park - Enjoy lovely waterside walking and cycling in this country park in Fife
- Loch Leven - This splendid circular walk follows a footpath around the whole of Loch Leven in Kinross
- Loch Fitty - This pretty loch near Dunfermline and Cowdenbeath has some nice waterside trails to try
- Loch Glow - This walk visits the beautiful Loch Glow Reservoir in the Cleish Hills north of Dunfermline.
- Dollar Glen - This walk visits the National Trust's Dollar Glen located in the Ochils of Clackmannanshire.
- Kinghorn Loch - This pretty little loch is located just inland of the coastal settlements of Kinghorn and Burntisland in Fife.
- Fife Coastal Path - This walk runs along the attractive Fife coast from Kincardine Bridge to Newburgh
- Glendevon - This walk takes you through the beautiful Glendevon in the Ochill Hills in Stirling.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
To continue your walking around Dunfermline head west of the town centre to Pittencrieff Park. The park includes a rugged glen which is an area of topographical and historical significance to the town as the original site of Malcolm's Tower, the probable remains of which can be identified today on a strongly defendable outcrop of rock. To the eastern side of the park is Dunfermline Palace with Dunfermline Abbey and to the west it overlooks the village of Crossford. The park houses an aviary which is home to 9 resident peacocks. It is also the site of the town park run. You can find it at postcode KY12 8QH.
Also near the town are two more fine country parks to visit. Gartmorn Dam Country Park, Dollar Glen, Glendevon, Lochore Meadows Country Park and Loch Leven all have some fine waterside walking trails to try.
A few miles to the north there's the Cleish Hills to explore around the pretty Loch Glow.
To the east you can visit Kinghorn Loch and enjoy a walk along the Fife Coastal Path.