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This is one of GlasgowBaby’s favourite parks. It has a brilliant and well-maintained play area with a number of different climbing frames, a huge curly slide which kept my 2-year-old entertained for ages, and loads of baby and open swings (so no whingeing at having to wait). There are also plenty of easy cycle/walking paths for a smooth ride in the buggy, or a scoot/trike/bike round, with spectacular views of mature woodland, rivers and waterfalls to keep your interest for hours. At the end of your scoot round, you can fuel up at the Boater’s Café, or have a rest at the Boating Pond.
Visit East Renfrewshire’s Tourist Information website for more details.
At the southeast end of Kelvingrove Park, close to Argyle Street, a fantastic new children’s playground is now open! It’s bright, clean, graffiti-free, and designed for young children. (In contrast to the other Kelvingrove playground, there’s only one slightly high drop on the main play structure. There’s also talk of a new café being built in the old Queen’s Rooms building in Kelvingrove Park – we’ll keep you updated!