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

Permanent Course repaired. Awaiting completion of Scottish Water Works before relaunching. Summer undergrowth an issue with posts 6, 11, 13, 14 & 15.

First used in 1989, this park may be small in size but it provides a variety of orienteering challenges due to shape and mixed terrain.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Information about the area.

The permanent course consists of 18 controls and will take approximately an hour to complete.

Park History:

Designed by Sir Joseph Paxton and dedicated to the memory of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Stones at highest point are thought to be remnants of military encampment which featured in the Battle of Langside in the 16th century.
112 acres in area.
Pitch & putt and tennis are available.
Play areas and boating pond.
Restored glasshouses contain a multitude of plants and some animals,
including tortoise, skink and iguana!
Elevated mound and flagpole give extensive views across Glasgow.
Site of Scottish Poetry Rose Garden.

Location details:

Bounded by Langside Avenue, Langside Road, Queen’s Drive & Pollokshaws Road. (A77).
Govanhill - Glasgow G44

Map number/history

10/1989, 33/1998, 49/2002, 73/2002, 107/2006, 138/2008, 143/2008, 166/2009, 186/ April 2011, 195/Nov2011.

Area: City of Glasgow, Near: Glasgow G43

OS Grid ref. NS5861.
LatLng: 55.83089054920431,-4.271106719970703
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This page is a record of the maps that have been professionally printed & either produced by T.O'Brien, Stirling Surveys, Peel Land Services & Deeside Orienteering & Leisure Maps.

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 info@stag-orienteering.co.uk.

The map number is contained within the STAG logo on the map. In the map of Scotland, the formative logo of the SOA originates from Glasgow - where STAG is based - & the number indicates the location of the area.