Hogganfield Park and around
With three local nature reserves and many miles of well-surface paths to explore, the area around Hogganfield and Frankfield Lochs is a great for walking and cycling. Discover the rich history and nature of Hogganfield Park, explore the Seven Lochs area’s largest woodland at Cardowan Moss, or visit Frankfield Loch for fantastic views across the park and beyond.
Hogganfield Park is also home to Golf It! – a new family golf centre developed by the sport’s governing body, The R&A, which aims to make golf more accessible and inclusive.
Golf-It is a golf activity hub that brings together a nine hole course, driving range, and adventure golf – as well as a café, toilets and picnic areas. It also includes a Seven Lochs visitor centre with information about local wildlife and history.
Hogganfield Loch is the best site in Glasgow for wetland birds. A walk around the loch side path a great place to witness the loch’s bustling birdlife.
Cardowan Moss local nature reserve
Explore well-surfaced paths around Cardowan Moss local nature reserve on foot or by bike – and head over towards Frankfield Loch to be rewarded with a great view of the Campsie fells.
Frankfield Loch local nature reserve
The muddy margins of Frankfield Loch are a great place to spot wading birds like snipe and lapwing. Its also a great place for newts, toads and frogs – and the road by the loch even has tunnels under it to help them get to the loch without the risk of getting squashed!
Hogganfield Park is on Cumbernauld Rd, Glasgow, G33 1AH. The nearest railway station is at Robroyston – which is a 15 minute walk / 5 minute cycle from the Park. Local buses stop at the park entrance on Cumbernauld Rd. For more information visit Traveline Scotland.