Seven Lochs Wetland Park
Bringing together 20 sq km of lochs, parks, nature reserves and woodlands between Glasgow and Coatbridge, Seven Lochs Wetland Park offers an exciting range of things to see and do!
About Seven Lochs Wetland Park
With seven lochs, five local nature reserves, a country park and one of Glasgow’s oldest buildings at Provan Hall, and miles of waking and cycling routes to explore, the park is the perfect place to unwind from the stresses of city life.
Over the next 5 years Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership, Glasgow City Council, North Lanarkshire Council, Forestry Commission Scotland and others will work together to develop the park as a place for people, nature and heritage. With lots of activities to encourage recreation and education, and a range of ways to get involved in the park, we hope there’s something for everyone.
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