Beveridge Park is located to the South West of Kirkcaldy a few minutes walk from the main commercial area of the Town. It is serviced by the main access routes into the town and sign posted from the A92.The Park has adequate parking for cars and public transport vehicles with a number of specified disabled parking bays.
This traditional Victorian park was gifted to the people of Kirkcaldy by local industrialist Michael Beveridge in 1892. The 42 hectares of park includes football and rugby pitches, children’s play facilities, skateboard area, a lake and formal gardens. The recent development of a Bog Garden and woodland walks has created an opportunity for users to experience diverse natural environments throughout the park.
During the months of May to September, many families enjoy activities including bouncy castle, putting, crazy putting, tennis and boating on the lake. There are permanent outlets based within the park providing hot food, drinks and ice cream.
The park holds an extensive range of events throughout the year. The annual Beveridge Park Community Festival is held on the first weekend in July. This event provides opportunities for local groups to promote their talents including musical entertainment, dance groups, skateboard competitions and much more.
In the summer months the park is a vibrant expanse of colour with floral bedding displays and herbaceous borders catching your eye.
Toilet facilities are opened daily. These include disabled toilet and baby changing facilities.
Beveridge Park continues to be awarded Green Flag award for Parks.
- Bowling Green
- Car park
- Community growing space
- Floral display
- Flower garden
- Football pitches
- Historical features
- Multi-use games area
- Play area
- Playing fields
- Rugby pitches
- Skateboard and BMX park
- Tennis Courts
- Water - Pond / Loch / Burn / River
- Wheelchair access
- Wildlife viewing
Abbotshall Road, Kirkcaldy, Fife KY2 5LZ