Lochore Meadows

(Lochore Meadows Country Park)

Encompassing Loch Ore and its surrounding area of reclaimed coal mining wasteland, the 486 ha (1200 acre) Lochore Meadows Country Park lies at the heart of Fife Regional Park West, with Lochore, Crosshill and Glencraig on its eastern edge.

It is the main centre for outdoor and environmental education in Fife and comprises a nature reserve, park centre, outdoor pursuits centre, adventurous play area, picnic and barbecue areas and nature trails. Activities in the park include windsurfing, horse riding, orienteering and fishing in addition to a 9-hole golf course and putting green. The ruins of Lochore Castle and remains of the Mary Pit coal workings are also in the park which is open to the public throughout the year.

The park is managed by Fife Coast & Countryside Trust.

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