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Hazlehead Park

Aberdeen

Type of walk

Park

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Free Parking, Picnic Areas, Toilets, Refreshments Available

About this walk

Hazlehead Park is a large public park in the Hazlehead area of Aberdeen, Scotland. 180 hectares in sizE.

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    RobDogsmum22

    5 days ago

    The general park is lovely but a lot of kids around. Outwith the park there are lovely long walks. To let your dog run, socialise and play off lead the dog park is great. It is a huge enclosed space. Not too much dog poo lying around. Owners are generally considerate.
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Hazlehead Park, Hazlehead Avenue, Aberdeen, United Kingdom View on Google

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