Seven Lochs Visitor Centre
Seven Lochs Visitor Centre will not only provide information and access to Scotland's largest urban heritage and nature park but it will be the starting point for you to get involved in lots of interactive activities. With events to suit all ages and interests join us on a guided walk, find out more about nature photography or try your hand at historic crafts.
TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD(FLOWER) SIDE
Follow the trail and take on the 9 challenges found on our Wildflower and Woodland Walk. This a must for all the family and you can bring your pooch too.
The Benefits of Nature
Improve Your Mood
Reconnect with nature and instantly boost your mood with new sights and smells.
Take the chance to switch your phone off and be mindful of your surroundings.
The outdoors gives you a chance to try new activities. Walk, run, cycle or climb trees!
Absorb Vitamin D
Exposure to sunlight can help your body create Vitamin D, helping to boost your immune system.
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN.
There are Seven Lochs to conquer in this urban oasis. With over 50km of pathways to explore, it’s time to get your boots muddy. There’s ancient lochs, woodland walks and vibrant wildlife waiting to be discovered.EXPLORE MORE
THINGS TO DO AT SEVEN LOCHS WETLAND PARK
10,000 YEARS OF HISTORY
Seven Lochs is Scotland's oldest urban national park.
Seven Lochs is an adventurer's paradise with signposted trails to walk and cycle.
BURSTING WITH WILDLIFE
Hogganfield Park is buzzing with brightly-coloured birdlife.
Walk in the wild, there's always something new to discover together.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are open from 8am-10pm from Monday to Sunday.
Of course, we ask you to keep dogs on a lead for safety reasons as the trails are amongst our 9-hole golf course.
We have deer, watervoles, grey squirells, geese and a variety of birds to look out for.
Yes, we ask kindly that you hold on to all rubbish and dispose of litter when you return to the The Hub at the recycling bins.