Welcome to autumn
As autumn progresses, magical colour changing trees are appearing across Scotland! It’s the perfect season to visit our forests with plenty to see and do. From Galloway to Golspie, and Fort William to Fife, wherever you're based you'll find nearby forests bursting with autumnal fun.
Our Visitor Strategy
Forestry and Land Scotland is already the largest provider of outdoor recreation opportunities in Scotland.
But we want to have more people participating in – and benefitting from – access and outdoor activities more often on Scotland’s national forests and land.
We've developed a new Visitor Strategy to help us achieve this over the next ten years. It sets out our aims and priorities for the future and will help us build an action plan. You can read the full strategy by clicking the link below.
What will you do today?
There are so many things to see and do in our national forests. There’s something for everyone, whatever you’re into.
We have hundreds of individual forests in Scotland. A forest park is a group of forests that help you to get the most out of each region. Each collection is mapped and described to make planning a visit easier.