Beecraigs Country Park
Beecraigs Country Park is a great place to visit. It caters for a wide range of leisure and recreational activities within its 370 hectares (913 acres) and can be discovered nestled high in the Bathgate Hills near the historic town of Linlithgow.
Beecraigs Visitor Centre Closure - 20 February to 24 February
Beecraigs Visitor Centre will be closed from the 20 February to the 24 February 2017 to allow time for relocation to the new Beecraigs Visitor Centre (just up the road and previously the location for the Beecraigs Restaurant). Bookings over this period for the Caravan & Camping Site will continue to be catered for. Staff will be available on site to offer advice, the car park and public toilets will remain open but the reception area will be closed to visitors.
The intention is that the new Visitor Centre will reopen for Saturday 25 February 2017, as will the Hideaway Café that will be located within the building. Once open, the old visitor centre including its public toilets will not be operational and all enquiries should be forwarded to the new building.
- Animal Attraction At Beecraigs, visitors can experience the Red Deer herd, Highland Cattle fold, Belted Galloways and Hebridean, Shetland and North Ronaldsay Sheep.
- Caravan, Camping and Little Lodges Beecraigs is a great destination for a holiday and welcomes caravans, motorhomes, trailer tents and glamping alternative accommodation.
- Park Activities There are many activities to enjoy within Beecraigs Country Park.
- Countryside Ranger Service West Lothian Council's Ranger Service has bases at Almondell & Calderwood Country Park, Beecraigs Country Park and Polkemmet Country Park.
- Farm Shop The Farm Shop at Beecraigs Visitor Centre sells a range of condiments and gifts
- Fly-fishing on Beecraigs Loch Beecraigs Loch is a popular water, regularly stocked with quality Rainbow Trout.