Beveridge Park lies to the West of Kirkcaldy, and has many pleasant features including formal gardens, play facilities, sporting facilities and a pond where boating is available. The park dates back to 1892, when Provost Michael Beveridge bequeathed 104 acres of Raith Estate to the people of Kirkcaldy. The car park is situated on Abbotshall Road, ten minutes walk from Kirkcaldy Railway Station. Facilities include Football, Rugby, Tennis, Bowls, Boating in summer, Putting, Multi-use games area, Bouncy Castle, Extensive Play Areas, Rose and flower gardens, Bog Garden and Woodland Walks.

Please note that The Recreation Facilities are only available in Summer Months - May to September. Football and Rugby available from August till May - Closed June and July.

In Winter months, Toilet Facilities are available

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