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Glenboig Village park


Officially opened in the summer of 2004, this park is a prime example of what can be achieved when a local community gets together to make improvements to their local greenspace. The site today is a credit to them, and promotes a strong sense of place and local ownership.

There is more than meets the eye at Glenboig Village Park. The abundance of wildlife on and around Garnqueen Loch is clearly visible. Its much used path network takes you to all corners of the site. A pleasant, circular route can be achieved by passing alongside Inchneuk Road. You will have a good chance here of spotting hare and lapwing in the surrounding farmland. It is also possible to link into other sites, such as nearby Gartcosh Nature Reserve. There are more than a few migrants use the village park for one reason or another. In spring, the woodlands and scrub host birds returning from Africa, such as the willow warblerand the whitethroat. Arriving throughout November from Scandanavia, goldeneye ducks use the loch for winter feeding.


17 Marnoch Drive
United Kingdom

Phone number
01236 780636

55.8941736, -4.0549305

Country parks and gardens
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