Ury Riverside Park is a community park for people and wildlife to enjoy together. A great place to walk, jog or watch wildlife
The Park is on part of the River Ury floodplain so some areas will flood during periods of heavy rain. In the winter paths can be icy.
The Park used to be part of a farm. It is now being developed by the local community as a great place to walk, jog, or ride a bike and to watch wildlife.
Areas are being managed with wildflower meadows, wetlands, newly planted native woodlands, and informal recreational areas.
The paths are level and great for walking, cycling, buggies and wheelchair users.
The River Ury is home to otters, fish and many insects. Please keep dogs and children out of the water for their own safety and to avoid disturbing the wildlife.
During the summer months please keep to the paths to avoid disturbing nesting birds and insects.
Please take your litter home with you and clean-up after your dog.
Ury Riverside Park has been shortlisted in the Environmental Initiative category of the RSPB Nature of Scotland Awards 2022. A great accolade for the park, volunteers and users of this great facility