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Parks & nature in Fife

Park
“This is a must, visit the crowning place of Scottish Kings, its great for families as there is a Maze for Kids, Play ground, Café etc.”
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Park
“Lovely park for a great family day out. 5 miles from Leuchars. Rio Grand Railway for all to enjoy, Crazy Golf, Putting and Puffin' Billy - the road train.”
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Beach
“Iconic views of St Andrews. Great for families, jogging and taking the dog for a walk.”
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Botanical Garden
“For those who are interested in plants. Watch for special events. Butterfly House opens in Spring.”
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Park
“Miles of beautiful golden sands. £2 parking fee payable at barrier. Toilets and coffee stall available. ”
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Farm
“Tucked away in the heart of the Fife Countryside, The Scottish Deer Centre is a real gem of Scottish rural and environmental life and a great place to spend a while with the kids. At the 55 acre Scottish Deer Centre there are 9 different species of deer on view, each with their own individual field or paddock to visit them in! Learn the differences between them and what makes each species' character unique! There's also a Bird of Prey centre, a network of Tree Top Walkways, all weather picnic facilities, falconry displays at the Raptor World Bird of Prey centre and an indoor adventure play area too! The outdoor play area has also reopened and now features not only an adventure playground”
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Park
“A short walk from the summerhouse, this is an atmospheric, tranquil spot in the evening. You can put a donation in the honesty box and enjoy the beautiful walled garden. During the day, in summer, you can pay to look round the castle or you can have lunch in the cafe.”
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Park
“Kinnoull woodland park has grest walks especially up to the Victoria Folly which has stunning views over Perthshire. The Kinnoull woodlands is in walking distance from The Coach houses.”
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Farm
“Lovely farm shop with fresh strawberries. Lots of activities for the kids too.”
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Tour Provider
“Good trip from Anstruther to Isle of May. Visit Harbour Kiosk in Anstruther for times of boat trips. Takes between 3 to 4 hours. Good for those that like bird watching.”
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Park
“Highly recommend this beautiful beach and walk. Get there early or go late as limited parking.”
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Science Museum
“Great Place to visit and see the Gannet Colony on the Bass Rock form the hidden cameras”
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Beach
“Beautiful beach for walking along and rock pooling and caves to provide adventure for kids.”
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Castle
“Dirleton castle, in the picturesque village of Dirleton, 3 miles west of North Berwick. This medieval fortress dates back to the 13th century. It is surrounded by beautiful gardens.”
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Beach
“Hold on tight to an inflatable banana for a spin round Elie bay or learn to canoe or windsurf. Bikes can be hired too.”
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Mountain
“North Berwick Law (187m) is a relatively easy climb with the correct footwear and is well worth the effort for the amazing views.”
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