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Map of Glasgow - King’s Park MapGlasgow - King’s Park Map

Permanent course repaired & maps available 2017 - see below.

King’s Park was first used once by STAG back in 1985, when an event for primary schoolchildren was held as part of The International Youth Year.
A small but interesting area which can provide a challenge for everyone.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Information about the area.

Maps available to download from BOF Website & from
STAG Direct, c/o 257 Warriston St.,Carntyne, Glasgow G33 2LF.
Send cheque / postal order for £1.50 per map to the above address.

Park History:

68 acre site was gifted to Glasgow in 1930 by Sir John A.Mactaggart.
Area consists of fine specimens of chestnut, lime, oak and beech trees.
Mansion House has been converted into modern residences.
Remains of a large stone sundial presented by the 14th Earl of Home can be
found in the flower garden at the southern end of the park.

Location details:

King’s Park - Glasgow G44
Bounded by Croftpark Av., Glencroft Rd., Mennock Rd., Southwood Dv. & Carmunnock Rd. (B766).

Map number/history

74/2002, 92/2005, 131/2008, 159/2009, 193/2011.

Area: City of Glasgow, Near: Glasgow G44

OS Grid ref. NS5960.
LatLng: 55.81478650476378,-4.242610931396484

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All maps listed below are Copyright STAG & it is illegal to photocopy for use. Maps, with or without a permanent course can be purchased from the Club for a fee that includes a royalty charge & printing costs. Discount rates are available for large quantities, to affiliated Groups & STAG Members - price on application to

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