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Belhaven Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Belhaven Park, Muirhead, Glasgow G69, UK


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About Belhaven Park

The park covers an area of 4.5 Hectares. It has an attractive layout of ornamental trees, shrubs and flower beds. Hanging baskets and flowering bulbs add more colour to the park during the spring and summertime. One of the iconic allocation for a walk and also yu can spend some good time in this area.

Attractions Near Belhaven Park

Lochend park
Lochend park2.74km from Belhaven Park

Lochend Park is a public park in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is situated in the Lochend / Restalrig area, next to Lochend Castle and near Meadowbank Stadium. The loch with its wide range of waterfowl is the main attraction, but there are also historical buildings, a children's play area, and sports areas. The park was awarded a Green Flag in 2012 in recognition of it being a quality greenspace. Within the park there is a 16th-century doocot which is Category B listed.

Drumpellier Country Park
Drumpellier Country Park3.43km from Belhaven Park
Gadloch4.02km from Belhaven Park

The Gadloch is a fresh water loch in North Lanarkshire, situated near the town of Lenzie, Scotland. The Gadloch was originally much larger, but was reduced by the addition of a drainage tunnel. Local folklore has it that the tunnel was excavated by Napoleonic Prisoners of War, though it is generally accepted that the tunnel predates that period

Lenzie Moss
Lenzie Moss4.41km from Belhaven Park

Lenzie Moss is a local nature reserve in Lenzie, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It is a boggy, marshy area that has not been built on. The reserve comprises lowland raised bogs, which were extensively exploited for peat, and now feature the characteristics of peat cutting, and several acres of deciduous woodland mainly made up of silver birch. The area is a sanctuary for wildlife, including rabbits, deer and foxes.

Seven Lochs Wetland Park
Seven Lochs Wetland Park4.92km from Belhaven Park

The Seven Lochs Wetland Park is an exemplar of Green Network planning and delivery demonstrating how the integration of new green infrastructure into planned development will protect the areas natural resources while delivering a major new visitor attraction. The park will combine many existing features, including four local nature reserves; Bishop Loch, Cardowan Moss, Commonhead Moss and Hogganfield Park; Drumpellier Country Park which includes Woodend Loch SSSI and Lochend Loch.

Luggie Water
Luggie Water5.04km from Belhaven Park

The Luggie Water is one of two streams which flow out of Cumbernauld. The Scottish New Town’s name derives from the Gaelic for "the meeting of the waters" and it’s possible this refers to the Luggie Water and the Red Burn, both of which run through Cumbernauld but which never meet.

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North Lanarkshire
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North Lanarkshire is one of 32 council areas of Scotland. It borders the northeast of the City of Glasgow and contains many of Glasgow's suburbs and commuter towns and villages. It also borders East Dunbartonshire, Falkirk, Stirling, South Lanarkshire and West Lothian. The council covers parts of the traditional counties of Dunbartonshire, Lanarkshire and Stirlingshire.