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Ayr
aerial view of Cambusdoon Estate

Cambusdoon Estate

Cambusdoon Estate is a small, quiet estate situated on the banks of the River Doon. It’s often missed by visitors to the area, but is well loved by the local community. It’s a quiet, unspoiled place, with a great number of ...
Alloway
The pond at rozelle

Rozelle Estate

Rozelle Estate is now a beautiful park, gifted to the public in 1968. The gardens combine mature woodland, rhododendron walks and an ornamental pond; and it’s a relaxing place to visit for a walk, picnic or j...
Ayr
Walled garden at Belleisle

Belleisle Estate

Belleisle Park is a great day out for families, with a deer park, a well-equipped children’s play park, woodland walks and a formal walled garden to be enjoyed. It’s the perfect base for a picnic, a game of hide and seek, or a more tranquil wa...
A pond surrounded by trees

Gillian's Walks

Join Gillian and her love of the great outdoors as she explores the walks and trails around South Ayrshire. Her website contains information on over 40 walking routes in the area, including detailed directions, downloadable maps, photographs and walk re...
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South Ayrshire Paths Initiative

South Ayrshire is blessed with a stunning and wide ranging landscape from long sandy beaches and rugged cliff edged shores with views over to Arran and beyond to rolling hillsides with peaceful and welcoming villages, providing many opportunities to get...
Alloway
cyclist going through old railway line tunnel

Old Railway Line

The banking of the old railway line along the eastern and southern boundaries of Ayr have naturally regenerated over the years, providing a wonderful wildlife habitat and a lovely stretch to walk or cycle.
Troon
sand dunes at troon beach

Smugglers' Trail

The Smugglers’ Trail leads from South Beach, Troon, along the Wrack Road across Royal Troon Golf Club, past Crosbie Kirk and through Fullarton Woods. From the Main Street, in Loans the trail crosses ancient woodland and enjoys stunning views over the Fi...
Ayr through the ages a trail of ayr 15th - 21st century

Ayr Through The Ages App

‘Ayr Through the Ages’ is a location-aware trail through Ayr’s rich and colourful past. This trail will lead you from the 13th to the 21st century. This app can be used as a guide to key locations and points of interest around the auld town. Discover...
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Wheelchair Accessible Walks

Some paths within South Ayrshire are accessible by wheelchair in normal weather conditions. Barony Hill Path, within the Dailly Trails Network, stretching from Main Street, Dailly (opposite the Primary School), eastwards along the south/east ban...
Ayr
path through the woods along with a blue bonnet sign

Blue Bonnet Trail

Self-guided historical trails guided by 23 Blue Bonnet signs over 31 locations enabling a walk from Ayr town centre out to Alloway. You can find an interactive map for these locations within the Ayr Through the Ages app, or just follow the signs. ...
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