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Parks: Cramond Foreshore

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

By Contributor Contributor

Background
The walk along the shoreline provides views across the Forth to the Fife coast,and on the distance, North Berwick Law can be seen. A walkway links the foreshore to Cramond Island at low tide. The path along the shore is fringed with sycamores, hawthorn, elder and ash trees.
History and heritage
As one of Edinburgh's oldest villages, Cramond has the distinction of having the longest known period of human settlement.
Public Toilets
Cramond Glebe Road
Opening times: 10am-6pm.
Baby changing facilities available.
No disabled access.
Why don't you?
Keep an eye out for migratory birds visiting our shores in the winter months.
Living Landscape features
Floral meadow (annuals)
Facilities
Natural Heritage ServiceCafé
Toilets
Parking
Seaside walks
Wildlife
Bird watching
Seating
Outdoor gym equipment
Grassed areas
Wheelchair access
Contact Details
Cramond Glebe Road
EH4 6NS
0131 529 2401
naturalheritageservice@edinburgh.gov.uk