Castlebank Park

St Patrick's Road, Lanark, ML11 9EG

01698 424 101

  • Enjoy a relaxing stroll
  • Fun swings for kids
  • Historical local landmark
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Access to the Clyde Walkway

Situated near the former site of Lanark Castle where the Sheriff of Lanark was slain by William Wallace in revenge for the murder of Marion Braidfute in 1297, Castlebank Park is a large area of ground consisting of a children's play area, a swing set, a garden and even a Horticultural Centre. The gates into the park are listed building!

Castlebank Park is a local landmark that has been the subject of several restoration projects in recent years. The Lanark Community Development Trust have been working hard at Castlebank and a Horticultural Centre was unveiled in early 2014.

It is free to enter the park all year except for Lanimer Day, when the park is used by Lanark's Lanimer Committee to host several games and activities.