Scotstown Moor Local Nature Reserve
On the northern edge of the City, Scotstown has a range of habitats and wildlife. Paths criss-cross the site, taking you to plantation woodland, grassland, heathland, scrub and to marshy grassland and open water. Roe deer, fox and owls are commonly seen at this site. Lovely spot for a walk. Interpretation panels throughout site.
The site was designated a Local Nature Reserve in 1994 (51.8ha) and the southern section (12.9ha) was designated a Site of Special Scientifice Interest in 1971.
Paths are wide, surfaced and on a slope, but not steep. There is a car parking with height barrier, accessed form Scotstown Road.
Pedestrian access at various points on Scotstown Road and Dubford Road and Dubford Estate.