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Clover Park

Langdyke, Waterside, Kilmarnock KA3 6JA
Alistair Paterson and Iain MacClure
T:01560 700555 clover.park@outlook.com
Clover Park was created almost ten years ago from a blank canvass. Developed by the owners into an eclectic mix of architectural, ornamental and atmospheric features which include a woodland and azalea walk, fernery, gunnera bog and many other points of interest. A paddock is home to a small herd of friendly pygmy goats. Recent additions are a polytunnel, hardy palms and other exotics. Seating areas are positioned for contemplation and relaxation. A garden of great interest created in a relatively short time. 

Directions: From Glasgow on the M77 take J6 on to A77. After about one and a half miles take left for Galston A719. Drive through hamlet of Waterside, a little further on there is a dip in the road over the Hareshaw Water, look for the sign for Langdyke & Clover Park on the left hand side (farm road). From Ayr/Kilmarnock take J7 off the M77 heading north on to A77. At the Fenwick/ Stewarton roundabout follow signs to Galston. After one mile turn right onto the A719 Galston as above. 

Openings:
By arrangement 1 April - 29 September (2019)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· CLIC Sargent 30% & Royal Zoological Society Of Scotland 30%.
Saturday 1 June & Sunday 21 July, 2pm - 5pm (2019)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· CLIC Sargent 30% & Royal Zoological Society Of Scotland 30%.

Other details: Sorry, no dogs.

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