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Parks: Muir Wood Park

By City of Edinburgh Council

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Background
An attractive woodland park in Currie, in the south west of Edinburgh. The local community have worked with the local school and the Council to transform this park into a tranquil haven, with woodland walks, seats and a play area. The park has been awarded a Green Flag since 2011, in recognition of it being a quality green space.
Wildlife
The woodland is rich in bird life and the Friends groups have put up a range of bird and bat boxes to encourage even more wildlife to the park. They have also planted wild flowers and hold regular mini beast hunts for the local school.
Management Plan
Download the park management plan
Facilities
Play area
Kick pitch
Seating
Woodland walk
Get Involved
Friends of Muirwood Park