Tay Forest Park facts for kids
Tay Forest Park is forest park in the council area of Perth and Kinross in Scotland. It consists of a network of forests managed by Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) that are spread across the Highland parts of Perthshire, and covers 194 km2 in total. The park consists of a series of separate woods that are managed for multiple benefits, with an emphasis on recreation facilities for visitors.
The park's main visitor centre is at Queen's View near Loch Tummel, where there is a café, gift shop and interpretive displays. Other smaller centres are located at the following locations:
- Allean, also close to Loch Tummel
- Faskally, between Pitlochry and Killiecrankie
- Carie on the south side of Loch Rannoch
- Grandtully, between Aberfeldy and Ballinluig
- Weem, north of Aberfeldy
- Drummond Hill on the north side of Loch Tay
- Craigvinean, near Dunkeld and Birnam
At each location there is a car park and waymarked trails for visitors. Some of the site have more facilities, such as toilets.
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