Ruchill Park located at Glasgow G20 7SR, UK

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Thomas Lochridge

5 Google Rating

The new fencing around the park is looking very good , great work boys , working hard in that blist

5/ 5

The new fencing around the park is looking very good , great work boys , working hard in that blistering sun to, great job keep it up. Hope the locals appreciate the work gone into it . This is our community keep it tidy please everyone . And pick up your dog mess !

Thabiti Drakes

5 Google Rating

Lovely scenic place for the entire family to go. No driving allowed inside the park by the general

5/ 5

Lovely scenic place for the entire family to go. No driving allowed inside the park by the general public. Plenty of exercise stations if you wish to exercise outdoors seriously or for fun.

Thomas M

4 Google Rating

I walk my dog in Ruchill Park very often. I also run my 3.3 miles in this park 2 times per week. I

4/ 5

I walk my dog in Ruchill Park very often. I also run my 3.3 miles in this park 2 times per week. It has good views and landscape. During the weekend, lots of people walking their dogs in this park, this is a friendly neighborhood park with local people and kids. I would recommend it to people who would like to walk their dogs with some height climbings.

Alan Lewis

5 Google Rating

Pleasant stroll, amazing cityscape view from the mast on the hill. Plenty of paths for an extended w

5/ 5

Pleasant stroll, amazing cityscape view from the mast on the hill. Plenty of paths for an extended walk, three play area for kids wooded areas for shade, and open grassy areas for catching the sun, picnics, etc.

andrew brettsmith

4 Google Rating

Typical inner city park in north west Glasgow in area with high density housing so great for local p

4/ 5

Typical inner city park in north west Glasgow in area with high density housing so great for local people to use and enjoy.

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