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Parks: Fairmilehead Park

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Background
Trees are one of the most attractive features and sycamore, beech, conifer, elder and holly can be found. It is a part of the city known for its many natural springs, resulting in a small pond on the north side. It is a park for walking, playing or for quiet contemplation. There are also hard paths for walking. A safe play area is an attraction for younger children.
Visitor information
Reached by Lothian bus number 15 or 11.
Facilities
Play areaSeating
Wildlife
Get Involved
Friends of Parks
Contact Details
Camus Avenue
EH10 6QU
0131 527 3800
southwest.locality@edinburgh.gov.uk