The Lomond Hills Regional Park is made up of 25 square miles of moorland, lochs and farmland. It became Scotland’s first Regional Park in 1986 due to its importance for recreation and conservation. The Lomond Hills themselves are Fife’s most prominent landmarks. And they are a welcome sight for Fifers returning home after travelling outwith the Kingdom.
The area has numerous access points and a path network which crisscross its 6474 hectares. Our resource library has a range of downloadable leaflets that describe interesting hotspots. These leaflets are ideal for visitors wanting to learn about the area’s geology and archaeology.
The local community, including land managers, users, community councils and other interested organisations, support the Regional Park. The backing of the many land managers is essential to keep the park open and accessible to public. As such please help us support and thank them by acting responsibly when in the hills. Please keep dogs on leashes, stick to the paths and leave the hills as you find them.
In the spirit of responsible access, please also follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
Why not download our Accessing the Lomonds Leaflet to help you get the most out of your trip to the Lomond Hills Regional Park.