Kilmagad Wood is predominately mixed broadleaf woodland interspersed with open ground. An ideal habitat for a diverse range of wildlife. Sycamore, beech, birch and oak are the main tree species, along with a scattering of mixed conifers on the higher ground. Wood sorrel and bluebell can be seen in season. There is good access to the site from the A911. The site has a good network of paths, two of which interlink with the Lomond Hills path network. The site offers superb views across Loch Leven, the Firth of Forth, and the surrounding countryside. The site is managed by the Woodland Trust.