Outdoor sites and nature reserves

The Countryside Ranger Service manages these outdoor sites across Aberdeen:

  • Auchmill community woodland
  • Brimmond Hill - this site has car parks
  • Carnie Woods - this site has a car park
  • Coastal footpath from Cove to Nigg Bay
  • Cove shelterbelt
  • Deeside Way from Duthie Park to Peterculter - this site has car parks
  • Denburn
  • Den of Cults
  • Den of Maidencraig local nature reserve - this site has a car park
  • Donmouth local nature reserve
  • East Tullos Burn
  • Eastwood Croft
  • Elrick Hill - this site has a car park
  • Hazlehead Woods - this site has a car park
  • Hilton Woods
  • Howes Road
  • Kincorth Hill local nature reserve - this site has a car park
  • Kingswells pond
  • Nigg Bay Site of Special Scientific Interest
  • Ord Dam
  • Pot Heugh
  • River Don walk
  • Scotstown Moor local nature reserve - this site has a car park
  • Tullos Hill and community woodland - this site has a car park
  • Walker Dam
  • Woodside and Danestone

Local nature reserves

The Countryside Ranger Service manages four local nature reserves around the city, at Den of Maidencraig, Donmouth, Kincorth Hill and Scotstown Moor. 

These sites were chosen for their locally significant wildlife, educational opportunities and community involvement. Each local nature reserve has a management committee made up of local people with an active interest in the site, and specialist advisors. If you are interested in joining your local committee please get in touch.

Contact details

Aberdeen City Council Countryside Ranger Service
Groats Road Pavilion
Groats Road
Aberdeen
AB15 8BE

01224 326429

countrysideranger@aberdeencity.gov.uk

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