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Lochore Meadows Country Park

Set in the heart of Fife, Lochore Meadows is Fife's most popular free visitor attraction and stretches over 1,200 acres. The park features woodland and lochside walks, cycling trails, a children's playpark and seasonal outdoor activities such as sailing, paddleboarding and bike hire. 



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Tel: 01592 583343
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Lochore Meadows Country Park covers an area of 1,200 acres, at the centre of which lies the stunning Loch Ore. 

If you're feeling active choose from a range of watersports including sailing and kayaking, or walk or cycle around the loch. Kids will love playing at the playpark, or spending time on the beach. It really is the perfect place to spend the day. Families will also love the new In the Footsteps of Kings augmented reality experience at Lochore Casle.

For cyclists there's a variety of paths, single track trails, a skills loop and Whitewood bike park. A range of adaptive bikes can be hired, including recumbent and upright trikes, adaptive wheelchair bikes and tandems. 

Overnight stays

Visiting for the day just not long enough? You can stay in your motorhome at the park. The cost is £10 per night without electric hook-up and £12.50 per night with the use of an electric hook-up point., call ahead to check availability. 



There are two main entrances into Lochore Meadows Country Park.
The first entrance is found on the main road leading through the village of Crosshill, situated between Lochgelly and Benarty. Signage will direct you along the main driveway leading into the park.
The other main entrance is situated just off the Great North Road in Kelty. It’s around a mile’s walk into the park from here.

Travelling by car

If you’re using Sat Nav to get you here, our postcode is KY5 8BA.
Free parking and disabled parking is available in large car parks situated next to the park visitor centre and the Outdoor Education centre.
A smaller free car park at the North Road entrance is also available from which you can walk into the park along a newly refurbished path which will lead you around the loch.

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