Lochore Meadows Country Park

Lochore Meadows Country Park is a large 1200 acre recreational area around Loch Ore in Central Fife. Formerly a mining area with 7 pits the scarred landscape was reclaimed to form a beautiful country park.

Starting from the Visitor Centre you can take a lovely 5km circular walk around Loch Ore offering wonderful views of the countryside and a chance to see some of the bountiful birdlife.

At the entrance to the park you will see Lochore Castle (or Inchgall Castle) which was a fortress home of the Lochore family established by Robert the Burgundian in around 1128.

The loch offers a variety of watersports such as canoing and paddle boarding. Fishing is also a popular activity.

The park has an incredible variety of habitats including wildflower meadows, park land and ancient woodlands.

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