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Crombie Country Park

The Ranger Centre
Crombie Country Park
Monikie
Angus DD5 3QL [Map]
Tel: 01241 860360
Email: Crombiepark@angus.gov.uk

Crombie Loch Crombie setting

Crombie Country Park is 102 hectares in area, which includes Crombie Loch as well as broadleaf and conifer woodlands. With its scenic loch and woodlands it is a haven for visitors whatever the season.

Facilities

Crombie Picnic Areas Crombie Marquees Crombie Park information leaflet

View the Crombie Country Park information leaflet (1 MB PDF)Opens in a new window.

Picnic & BBQ facilities are available all year. Large parties should book in advance.

During the summer large marquees are available to hire.

Situated within a woodland setting is an adventure play park.

Parking, toilets, Ranger Centre, picnic facilities, bird hide & trails are all accessible to wheelchairs.

What's On

Crombie Country Park has regular public events for details see What's On or view Ranger Service Diary of Events (2.5 MB PDF)Opens in a new window.

Outdoor Activities

Crombie Facilities for all abilities Crombie outdoor activities

Environmental activities for all ages are a feature of the Ranger Service Diary of Events (2.5 MB PDF)Opens in a new window which includes guided walks, construction of nest boxes and feeders, management for nature conservation, crafts, slide shows and displays. For any Ranger-led activities it is necessary to book in advance. During the school holidays the Ranger Service run exciting activity days for children of all ages.

Orienteering courses suitable for groups and individuals of all ages whilst younger children can try Animalteering.

Self-guided Trails - a variety of self-guided trails can be collected at the visitor centre and cabin Young Naturalists Children's club for ages 5+ meets fortnightly on Saturday mornings 10.30am - 12.30pm. New members always welcome.

Environmental education

Environmental Education

Nursery, Primary, Secondary classes, Colleges, Universities and Community Groups are welcome all year. Countryside Rangers are available to lead fieldwork activities and visit schools where Teachers can discuss ideas for projects.

Groups and individuals are regularly involved with the Rangers in conservation projects, orienteering or badge work. The rangers are happy to visit organisations and give illustrated talks.

Angling

Between March and October Monikie Angling Club provides Fly Fishing for stocked Rainbow and Brown Trout at Monikie and Crombie Country Parks. The Club has boats to let for members & visitors. Please note that bookings cannot be made through the Country Park Offices. Bookings can only be made through the Duty Bailiff, telephone 01382370300. Visit the Angling page for more details.

Charges

All income goes directly to the Country Parks and helps to maintain the facilities.

Payments - please note: No debit or credit cards can be accepted. Cash or cheque payments only: (Made payable to Angus Council).

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