- Mainly flat
- Extensive wooded and open spaces
- Two large lochs
- Cafe – dogs not allowed
- Free parking
Points of Interest
- Visitor Centre
- Peace Garden
- Picnic sites
- Nature trails
- Boat hire
- The park can be very busy in the height of summer
- Drive - The park is located just off junction 2a on the M73. Join the A752, Coatbridge Road, for a couple of minutes and then turn left into the park. There is a large, free car park just next to Drumpellier Park.
- Walk – Drumpellier Park can be accessed from Coatbridge Road, Blair Road and Townhead Road.
- Rail - Trains travel frequently from Glasgow Queen Street Station to Blairhill Railway Station in Coatbridge. Turn left as you exit the station on Blair Road. Drumpellier Country Park is a short walk up the road on your right.
Before travelling by train, have a quick read of National Rail’s policy on travelling with animals.
Please note that buses are not obliged to accept non-service dogs. For that reason we haven’t included bus routes.
Drumpellier Park is one of the largest country parks near Glasgow and well worth a visit. A mix of flat paths, long loch-side walks and meandering woodland trails ensure both a decent and varied dog walk.