Donated to the Trust by A K Bell in 1937, The Quarrymill Woodland Park is a 27 acre wooded den lying either side of the Annaty Burn. The park provides a host of facilities for community use, including two car parks, the Macmillan Coffee and Gift Shop, toilet facilities, two picnic areas with BBQ stands, viewing platforms, a pond, as well as four clearly marked walks, including accessible paths with picnic benches and seats on route.
Quarrymill is the ideal place to explore the outdoors, encounter wildlife along our waymarked trails, soak in the views, spot a diverse range of flora and enjoy a well-deserved brew and a treat at the Macmillan Coffee and Gift Shop.
Quarrymill Woodland Park is easy to reach on foot, by bike, local bus or car. It has three entrances one situated just off Isla Road (A93), the other from Burnside, Scone and a third entrance from the bridal path off the Perth to Scone road.
‘Take only pictures, leave only footsteps’
Please leave the park as you would wish to find it! Here is our park code for all visitors:
- No littering;
- Guard against fire;
- Please pick up your dog mess – it’s the law;
- Please keep dogs under control, preferably on a lead;
- Refer to notification form for parties of 30 or more;
- Do not throw anything into the river;
- Leave gates as you found them;
- Please do not use mountain bikes in the park;
- Your rights and responsibilities are explained in the Scottish Outdoor Access Code