Something for the kids?
We've got it covered. Our Adventure Zone play park and Splash Play area provides kids with endless hours of fun, guaranteed. Keep an eye on our Events page for seasonal events, such as canoeing and kayaking provided by Falkirk Community Trust's Outdoors team!
Head down to the Lagoon in Helix Park and you'll find the amazing Adventure Zone play park. With play equipment for ages 2 and up, kids will have a great time in our beautiful new timber play park.
The splash play area by the Adventure Zone is great fun for all kids of all ages to run through. We do suggest that younger children wear swim nappies and you bring plently of towels and a change of dry clothing!
Dollar Park, Falkirk
Dollar Park is a beautiful area of mature parkland close to Falkirk town centre. The Park offers many horticulture attractions and numerous facilities to help you enjoy your leisure time.
- Bouncy Castle
- 4 Tennis Courts
- 18 Hole Putting Green
These amenities are seasonal and operate during the Falkirk's schools summer holiday, June to August. The Kiosk is also open during these times for hot and cold snacks and drinks.
Kings Park, Stirling
Stirling's biggest and best used park has a good range of equipment.
Very busy when the weather is good.
Tennis Courts, 'Wheelie Park' for skateboards, skates and BMX bikes, Toddler Swings, Climbing Frames, Slides, Helter Skelter, Bridges, Tyre Swing, Trampoline. Bark covered, safe playing surfaces. Toddlers play area with sand and water toys Play area is fenced off with grids at entrances to keep dogs out.
There's plenty of space to run around and places to explore around the golf course.... but look out for low flying golf balls. Follow the footpath up the hill past the skate park.
There are good views from the park, over the fine Victorian houses of the King's Park Area and to the castle on the skyline.
Cuthill Park, Est Lothian
Spanning 1.6Ha, Cuthill Park is on two levels with a natural amphitheatre, and is home to various artwork, play equipment, wooded areas, a free-to-use telescope and a geocache.
It plays host to several events throughout the year such as MuralFest, open air performances and battle re-enactments.
There are two entrances. The North Gate is wheelchair accessible. The paths within the play area are hard surfaced. Other areas of the park are grassed and there are steep slopes.
Currently there is 24 hour access as the gates are always open (although please be aware that there is no lighting within the park itself).
Vehicular access is available by prior arrangement.
Brae Park, Queensferry Road Off Whitehouse Road, Barnton, Edinburgh
Swing Park: Swings (baby and child), roundabout, climbing frame, slides, climbing frame
Brae Park is a lovely park which has easy parking. It is set off from the road and can also be reached on foot if you follow paths leading across the river down from the Cramond Brig pub (making it a good place to lunch then play!). It has good equipment and is in a lovely setting offset from the road in a slice of countryside. There are walks from the park if you want to make more of a day of it.