- Connor Beveridge
Devilla Forest Trail
Updated: 2 days ago
Just outside of Kincardine, Devilla Forest offers a couple of different accessible trails both in and out of the woods, giving you the option to chop-and-change the path you take depending on the glorious Scottish weather.
Accessible Parking ✅
Accessible Toilet ❌
Play Park ❌
Accessible Equipment in Play Park ❌
Cafe (Tearoom) ❌
Woodland Walk ✅
There is a good-sized carpark with a couple of bays for blue-badge holders, but there isn't a toilet block (and in extension, an accessible toilet). However the Forest is just 5/10 minutes outside of Rosyth where you'll be able to find a toilet if needs must.
Once out of the car, you'll see from the signs that the path directly in-front of you will take you on 'The Red Squirrel Trail', which is a short woodland walk round a small loch and back. If you take a right and continue on the path - I don't think this route has a name - it will take you on a longer walk around the area in general.
Find below a clip of the 2.8Km Red Squirrel Trail.