Kilmory Woodland Park

A notable garden and recreational area located within the policies of Kilmory Castle in Argyll and Bute, Kilmory Woodland Park is situated a half-mile (1 km) south southeast of Lochgilphead. The Castle is now the headquarters for Argyll & Bute Council, while the park offers a network of woodland walks linking a loch-side picnic area, bird hide, striking viewpoints and archaeological sites. There are several rare specimen trees and exotic shrubs including fine rhododendrons, together with herbaceous borders and collections of hardy ferns and alpines.

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