The Park really is in one of the most scenic and picturesque areas of Scotland, situated some 1.5 kilometres along a quiet country road off the B954 from Alyth. Surrounded by farmland, the location has stunning vistas over the Vale of Strathmore towards the Sidlaw Hills which sit north of Dundee. Sunrises viewed by guests from the Parks’ own forest walk are often seen whilst accompanied by herds of roe deer. Overhead, ospreys can be seen as they make their way to the Loch of Lintrathen which sits to the north of the Park, across the tree-lined gorge of the River Isla (see above). In the late autumn and early winter, the skies and fields surrounding the Park play host to the annual migration of Pink-footed Geese. For walkers, the renowned Cateran Trail passes very close to the Park.
If you ever needed a relaxing holiday with plenty of sights and experiences on your doorstep, Nethercraig is the place you’ve been looking for.