The park covers almost 240 acres (97 hectares) or woodland, grassland, open parkland and water.
The backbone of the park is the Scots Mile, running from Haddo House through the Golden Gates and up to a stunning viewpoint marked by the Monumental Urn. Including the Scot’s Mile there are around 4 miles of surfaced paths, as well as grassy walks in the old Deer Park.
The park covers almost 240 acres (97 hectares) or woodland, grassland, open parkland and water
The park is an ideal place for families to come and play. Younger children can feed the ducks and geese at the pond, and older children can go wild in our brand new adventure playground. For people wanting a quieter visit, the new Craigie Wood walks and the Deer Park provide a peaceful getaway.
We are currently developing a series of events in and around the park, from the famous annual Easter Egg hunt to outdoor concerts and wildlife photography classes.
Dogs under close control are welcome in the park, and there is a purpose built dog play area comlete with a range of training and agility equipment next to the car park.
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