Pollok Country Park located at 2060 Pollokshaws Rd, Glasgow G43 1AT, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0141 287 5064

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Pollok Country Park glasgow
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Pollok Country Park glasgow
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NARQUOTIX

5 Google Rating

Beautiful and peaceful park. Many benches to relax on and well maintenained pathways and fields. Ple

5/ 5

Beautiful and peaceful park. Many benches to relax on and well maintenained pathways and fields. Plenty of bins around so try your best to use them and maintain how clean this park is. Cows and small animals to see, ADORABLE DOGS EVERYWHERE ON SUNNY DAYS! :D

Pauline Irvine

5 Google Rating

Great walks and lots to see. Good for dog walking and also day out with kids. Option of picnicking b

5/ 5

Great walks and lots to see. Good for dog walking and also day out with kids. Option of picnicking bring your own or buying ready made picnics/drink in restaurant. Had lunch in coffee shop. Beautiful setting and good food. Staff were pleasant and helpful.

Sarah Aamir

5 Google Rating

It's a huge country park. So beautiful and peaceful. Very well place for playing all kinds of outdoo

5/ 5

It's a huge country park. So beautiful and peaceful. Very well place for playing all kinds of outdoor sports. Well crafted walking tracks with scenic greenery and grazing highland cows.

Karen Barclay

5 Google Rating

My personal favourite park in Glasgow. Memories a plenty. Any questions ask away! Great for walks in

5/ 5

My personal favourite park in Glasgow. Memories a plenty. Any questions ask away! Great for walks in the mud & leaves, feeding the ducks, seeing the horses & cattle while having a picnic. Lots benches to sit on facing gorgeous views. Pollok House is worth a visit & the surrounding gardens & buildings a must. Nature walks, little people land as my granddaughter calls it is a must see for the kids. Cafe/Bar situated at house with toilet facilities. Plenty of walks and things to see everywhere x

Adil Al-Maqbali

4 Google Rating

The park seems to be a wonderful place to spend the time with family or friends in a summer noon. So

4/ 5

The park seems to be a wonderful place to spend the time with family or friends in a summer noon. Some people were even barbecuing. The highland cows were amazing to see.

Pedro Everett

5 Google Rating

A beautiful venue with lots to see both inside and outside. The gardens are amazing and wonderful fo

5/ 5

A beautiful venue with lots to see both inside and outside. The gardens are amazing and wonderful for a nice walk. The inside is home to the biggest collection or Spanish art outside of Spain, and as always the National Trust of Scotland staff are always amazing hosts and with incredible knowledge about the place. Don't forget to stop by the bar to have a nice cup of hot chocolate 😁

Ian Dawson

5 Google Rating

Great but for some reason REALLY busy

5/ 5

Great but for some reason REALLY busy

moroko8

5 Google Rating

A large woodland park underlined by a lovely riverside walk. It contains the Burrell collection (eve

5/ 5

A large woodland park underlined by a lovely riverside walk. It contains the Burrell collection (ever under renovation), a decent play park, highland cows, some ponds, waterfalls, open grassland, 2 golf courses, a dirt bike track and Pollok House & cafe too. I have lived around Pollok for four years, visited weekly and still discover something new every time! Stunning park, absolutely one of the best in Europe.

Iain Purdie

5 Google Rating

This is virtually on my doorstep and it's a wonderful place to stretch your legs. A huge green space

5/ 5

This is virtually on my doorstep and it's a wonderful place to stretch your legs. A huge green space with quite a few little activity areas, houses, museum and so on. In general it's well kept and tidy without the staff having to fight a constant battle with selfish litter-droppers. Some beautiful picnic spots by the river as well.

Lauren Millar

4 Google Rating

Seems to go on for miles! Which is lovely if you want a good stroll. Lovely little house and cafe in

4/ 5

Seems to go on for miles! Which is lovely if you want a good stroll. Lovely little house and cafe in the centre of the park. A car park adjacent to the cafe, and optional indoor or outdoor seating. Toilet facilities on site, also. Plenty of places to park the car and also quite a nice drive into the centre of the park. Great for an outdoor meet up!

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