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Situated on 47 acres of well-maintained grounds, just 2 miles from the historic town of St Andrews, Craigtoun Country Park is open all year round. During the off-season, visitors can still enjoy free facilities such as the Adventure Playground, Trampolines, Fairy Glen, Trim Trails and a 30ft Zip Wire.
Our Seasonal Paid Attractions will open for the 2023 season on Saturday 1st April and will operate on weekends, bank holidays and daily during the school holidays until 22nd October. Attractions include the Rio Grande Miniature Railway and Puffin’ Billy tractor rides, Boating, Putting, Crazy Golf, Bouncy Castles, Pedal Cars and Go-karts.
The Craigtoun Cafe has both indoor and outdoor seating and is open daily from 1st April to 22nd October and Wednesday - Sunday outwith those dates. The cafe serves a selection of hot and cold food & drinks, home baking and ice cream. Afternoon Teas are available November - March.
Craigtoun is dog friendly and fully accessible with tarmacked pathways, disabled parking bays and disabled toilets. We also have all-inclusive play equipment.
We run a series of events throughout the year and you can find out more about these via our website and our Facebook page.
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