There is nothing better than getting outside to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air, running through the lush green grass, watching the butterflies flutter, listening to the sound of nature, and the sound of children enjoying it!
Aberfeldy and Loch Tay offer the best of nature's playground - rolling hills, parklands, waterfalls, rivers and glens.
Here's a few suggestions of things to do with the family when you are out and about exploring the incredible beauty that surrounds our area:
Birks of Aberfeldy
Over the centuries, thousands of visitors have been inspired by the natural beauty of the gorge. The Birks of Aberfeldy is a popular circular walk through wonderful mixed woodland on the outskirts of Aberfeldy. The Falls of Moness tumble through the gorge and provide a dramatic centrepiece, especially impressive after heavy rainfall. Robert Burns visited in 1787 and was so inspired that he wrote the poem 'The Birks of Aberfeldie'.
Picnic benches offer the perfect place for lunch. You can find your way through the gates in the town centre or via the car park off the Crieff Road. Find out more here...
Beyond Adventure - family Adventures
Why not get out there and try some open canoeing, rock climbing, gorge walking, abseiling, biking or kayaking with local experts Beyond Adventure during your stay in Aberfeldy – what a great way to explore and see our countryside! Find out more...
Spend some time relaxing at one of our parks? Victoria Park in Aberfeldy is only minutes from the town centre, Kenmore Park is located through the Taymouth Castle Arch in Kenmore Village, and Grandtully park is located behind the Village Hall.
All three parks are well-equipped with play equipment and picnic benches. Parking is available close to all parks. Find out more about Victoria Park and Kenmore park. Find out more about Grandtully park.
Aberfeldy putting green
Healthy competition is good for you - RIGHT! Where better to try your hand and enjoy an hour or two of fun and laughter than at Aberfeldy Community Putting Green, near Wades Bridge, just opposite the Golf Course.
Open weekends during April and May 2015, and open 7 days a week during the summer. Find out more...
For more idea, visit our Things To See & Do page... Aberfeldy and Loch Tay, life the way it should be!