Christie Park | Public Parks | G83 0DF
What is a Public Park? A “public park” is a public playground, public recreation centre or area, and other public areas, created, established, designated, maintained, provided, or set aside by the local authority, for the purposes of public rest, play, recreation, enjoyment, or assembly. The purpose of Public Parks are to protect public lands which have proven to improve water quality, protect groundwater, prevent flooding, improve the quality of the air we breathe, provide vegetative buffers to development, produce habitat for wildlife, and provide a place for children and families to connect with nature and recreate outdoors. Christie Park is one of many Public Parks in West Dunbartonshire.
Situated in the heart of Alexandria, with woodlands, formal gardens and a play park.
Founded in 1902. Formal Gardens offering a small variation of wildlife, including bees near floral arrangements.
A small woodland offering some walking paths leading up the A82, offering a wide range of common wildlife.
A small stream leading through the woodlands bring aquatic wildlife and plant life to the area, including land living wildlife.