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Parks: Campbell Park

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Background
The park is a peaceful island next to the city by-pass. It has impressive views of the Pentland Hills to the south. In the valley below, the Water of Leith makes its way down to the forth.
History and heritage
Campbell Park, named after the local farmer at Woodhall farm, who gifted the ground to the community, was dedicated as a recreation area for community use in 1936.
Visitor information
Serviced by Lothian bus route 10.
Facilities
FootballCricket
Seating
Contact Details
Woodhall Road
EH13 0HS
0131 527 3800
southwest.locality@edinburgh.gov.uk