The Fife Coast & Countryside Trust are a local charity, based at the Habourmaster’s House in Dysart, dedicated to giving everyone the opportunity to experience Fife’s great outdoors.
addressFife Coast and Countryside Trust
contact detailsTel: 01592 656080
We manage, maintain and preserve wide areas of the countryside of Fife, promoting responsible access to our wonderful and diverse outdoor sites.
We are headquartered in the beautiful and historic Harbourmaster's House in Dysart, which boasts a Coastal Centre, telling the story of this historic region and wider coastal regions, as well as a Bistro with stunning views over the Harbour and the Firth of Forth.
Some of the sites we maintain are:
The Fife Coastal Path
Scotland’s oldest and longest coastal path stretching for 117 miles through rich and varied landscapes from the Firth of Forth to the Firth of Tay. Visit the Harbourmaster’s House and our Coastal Centre which gives you more details on the coast and its importance in Fife. For more information, visit the dedicated Coastal Path website www.fifecoastalpath.co.uk.
Lochore Meadows Country Park
A fabulous, fun day out for the family to enjoy with a wealth of activities including walking and biking trails, playgrounds, fishing, boating and water-sports. With over 1,200 acres, the park also has a shop, café and picnic areas and many of the trails are accessible for wheelchair users. Visit the website for more information at www.lochoremeadows.org.
There are over 30 other sites in our care, including the Lomond Hills Regional Park, meadows, lochs, woodlands, several Local Nature Reserves and many of Fife's fabulous Beaches. To find out more on all the sites we manage, visit www.fifecoastandcountrysidetrust.co.uk.
Located in the coastal village of Dysart, just east of Kirkclady, the Harbourmaster's House is open seven days a week and has a Coastal Centre exhibition, parking, cafe facilities and toilets.