• Connor Beveridge

Riverside Nature Park

Updated: Apr 20



If you are local to Dundee or are just in the area for a day out, I'd recommend a little walk round the Riverside Nature Park to get a bit fresh air and enjoy the outdoors.


There are a number of intertwining paths that cover the area of the park. I tried them all, and even collectively it wasn't a great distance I had to cover, but the surfaces of the paths are all generally quite good and consistent. However, there are one or two 'lumps and bumps' and steep inclines/declines so I think it's more suitable for electric wheelchairs and scooters.


But have a look at the pictures below and decide for yourself if you think you can manage any barriers.


I also noticed that there are good number of benches, especially on the main walking route and they all take advantage of the fantastic views across the Firth of Tay and onto the Kingdom of Fife.


There are no accessible toilets. If you take a 5 minute drive back towards the seafront Dundee there is a Tesco with a suitable toilet.









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