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Parks: Hunters Hall Park

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

Wildflower Meadows (Summer 2014)

By Contributor City of Edinburgh Council

By Contributor Contributor

Background
This park is dedicated to sport, and home to the Jack Kane Centre, which provides a range of sporting and leisure facilities. It is a large, flat park with a small safe play area for young children located near the main entrance. A woodland path follows part of the border through a wilderness area of hawthorn, elder, bramble, holly, dog rose, oak, lime and elm trees. Here is a community park on a large scale, with easy access from Niddrie and Greendykes for those who want to walk,play sport, jog or take part in the Jack Kane Centre's many activities.
Wildlife
The strip of woodland provides a habitat for birds and small mammals. Nesting pigeons, magpies and garden birds are common here.
Visitor information
Access on Lothian Bus number 14.
Living Landscape features
Floral meadows (annuals)
Facilities
Play area, Walks, River, Community woodlands, Football, Rugby, Hockey, Car park, Jack Kane Centre, Mountain bike track (200m blue grade track, suitable for intermediate riders with basic off road skills)
Contact Details
Niddrie Mains Road
EH16 4ND
0131 529 3111
northeast.locality@edinburgh.gov.uk