Quack, quack! This vibrant community and animal welfare project in Erskine is a lot of fun to visit.
At Lamont Farm, you can meet a wide variety of animals, including ducks, small furries, horses, llamas, pigs, sheep and goats.
They also have a reptile room with some special reptiles for you to come and meet!
The team try their best to rescue and re-home as many animals as they can – but if they can’t find a suitable ‘forever home’ for our furry friends, they will continue to live at the farm, so there’s always some new furries for you to meet!
Lamont Farm Project is registered Scottish charity No. SC013875.
April – October
Mon – Fri, 10am – 3.30pm
Sat – Sun, 10am – 4.30pm
November – March
Mon – Sun, 11am – 3.30pm
No entry charge but donations welcome. Charges for organised group visits.
Approach Lamont Farm from either Junction 29 near Glasgow Airport, or else take the A726 at the Erskine Bridge. The farm lies at the southern end of Barrhill Road.
McGill’s Buses stop on Rashielea Road and Barrhill Road less than 5 minutes walk from the farm.