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Our draft Visitor Strategy

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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 are developing a new Visitor Strategy to help us achieve this. It sets out our aims and priorities for the future and, once finalised, will help us build an action plan.

Draft Visitor Strategy

To help us get this right, we would like your feedback on the aims and priorities in our draft Strategy.

If you have any comments on the strategy give us your feedback by 6 January 2022.

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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.

Forest parks

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.

Car parking

If you travel by car or any other vehicle to visit our forests, find out more about our parking facilities, charges, and terms & conditions . Alternatively, search for a forest above to see local details.


Scotland’s forests are for everyone. We provide accessibility information to take the headache out of visiting us, so you can make a decision about what’s accessible to you.

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