Robertson Park

There’s too much fun to be had on the new rung ladder, vertical climbing net, rope traverse and rappelling wall on the brilliant-looking three-towered castle.

If that’s not enough, you can jump on the five-way swing, try out the crawling pyramid, the lazy hammock, balance testing supernova and wheelchair-accessible swings. And if skateboarding is your thing, pop a few ‘ollies’ and ‘kick-flips’ at Robertson’s skate park.

There are also lush areas of grass and a nearby pond that make a beautiful setting for picnic or relaxing with friends and family.

Robertson Park is a great experience for all and provides a fun and exciting environment for visitors to enjoy.

Robertson Park was first opened in 1912 by William Robertson, a successful local businessman, and continues to give visitors a great time to this day.

Opening times:

Open all year round.

Accessibility:

Public park with variable terrain. There is level access with some uneven ground. Robertson Park also features wheelchair accessible swings.

Getting there:

Bus services 22S, 26, 64, 77 and 101 stops adjacent to Robertson Park park on Paisley Road.

Cost:

Free entry.

Cafe:

There is no cafe.

Contact

44 Paisley Rd
Renfrew
PA4 8JL

 

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