Welcome to Craigmead gateway to the Lomond Hills, with the summits of East and West Lomonds within easy walking distance. The area has a rich archaeology heritage including Bronze Age, Pictish and more modern industrial archaeology. You can also take the Coalpit Den path down into Falkland Estate and explore the 19th century Victorian designed landscape with its follies, bridges, waterfalls and specimen trees.

Craigmead Car Park

Craigmead Car Park is the largest car park in the Lomond Hills Regional Park. It provides either an excellent launch point for a trip on the many paths that are connected to it, or a great picnic spot. This location can be used for those looking to reach the summit of either East or West Lomond.Β  site is also a good starting point for taking the picturesque walk down into Falkland through Maspie Den or for connecting to one of the nearby reservoirs.

The car park has a toilet (view our Travel and Information page for opening times) and many picnic tables, and excellent sheltered spot to stop for a snack. The car park lies on the road between Falkland and Leslie.

The Craigmead toilets were recognised in the National Loo of the Year Awards 2022.

Please keep safe when enjoying Fife’s great outdoor spaces visit our Stay Safe page for some useful tips.

Please be aware that this is a working environment, with sheep and cattle grazing on the hillside. Please access this area responsibly and abide by theΒ Scottish Outdoor Access Code.