Wide range of activities within 370 hectares (913 acres), near historic Linlithgow. Open throughout the year, free entry.
Great place to visit! Catering for a wide range of leisure & recreational activities within 370 hectares (913 acres), can be discovered nestled high in the Bathgate Hills near the historic Linlithgow. Open throughout the year & free entry.
Visitor Centre - advice & information, facility bookings, gift sales & vouchers.
Hideaway Cafe Beecraigs - Located in the same building as the visitor centre and offering tea/coffee, cakes and meals. Perfect for a get together or treat after a nice walk or activity in the park.
Mountain Bike Trails - Beecraigs is home to a whole host of mountain bike trails for both enthusasits and beginners. These trails shall certainly deliver a real thrill as you race through a location of true natural beaty. This detailed map shall certainly help you find your way.
There are charges for the use of some facilities & activities.
Download the park map here
Other facilities include:
- Adventure Play Area
- Red Deer, Highland Cattle & hardy sheep breeds at Animal Attraction
- Caravan & Camping Site (with Little Lodges)
- Activities – many routes and trails to explore, orienteering courses
- Facility hires – room hire, target archery, pioneering course, BBQs
- Ranger Service
- Picnic tables
- Mountain Bike Trails & skills area
- Friends of Beecraigs
Beecraigs Country Park
Beecraigs Visitor Centre
Approximately 3 miles from Linlithgow or Bathgate.
From the M9 take junction 3 or 4, follow A803 from Linlithgow and follow signs for Country Park.
If coming from Bathgate follow the B792 and again follow the brown signs for Country Park.
Postcode for sat nav: EH49 6PL
Don’t forget to book your taxibus service from Linlithgow to Beecraigs if you’d rather leave the car at home. Taxibus 7 runs hourly on-demand and must be pre-booked – call All the Fours on 01506 44 44 44 – more information at http://www.travelinescotland.com/west-lothian-taxibus .
You can cycle or walk to Beecraigs from Linlithgow on the off-road path along Preston Road, and numerous trails and quieter roads exist across the Bathgate Hills.