Welcome to Tayock Park
A friendly welcome awaits at Tayock Park. A small, family run park in the coastal town of Montrose, in Angus on the East coast of Scotland. Within a short distance of Dundee and Aberdeen.
Our residential park is designed for the retired and semi-retired offering a tranquil coastal setting. With plenty of sightseeing, shopping and activities nearby. Our position on the East Coast of Scotland affords us a spectacular sunrise panorama over the Montrose Basin, a tidal 2000-acre Nature Reserve.
Tayock Park offers a tranquil coastal setting. With plenty of sightseeing, shopping and activities nearby. Our position on the East Coast of Scotland affords us a spectacular sunrise panorama over the Montrose Basin, a tidal 2000-acre Nature Reserve. Our residential areas consist of park homes designed for the retired and semi-retired whilst our holiday zone is perfect for all the family to enjoy. We are a pet-friendly site so you can even bring the dogs!
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Nearby Attractions & Things to do
Local Golf Courses
Within a short distance from Tayock Park are some of the golf clubs based around Montrose such as the 1562 Course and the Broomfield Course which accommodates all styles and handicaps. The 1562 course is the fifth oldest course in the world and a remarkable example of classic Scottish golf. With soft springy turf and deep bunkers, it offer a challenge for all those who play on it. The Broomfield Course is aimed towards a more beginner friendly game.
Montrose Basin Wildlife Reserve
Covering 750 hectares, Montrose Basin plays host to an astounding 80,000 migratory birds including pink-footed geese, common terns, knot and kingfisher. The four- star visitor centre offers a great day out for all. Fairtrade tea and coffee can be enjoyed with panoramic views across the Basin, and a range of wildlife gifts are available from the gift shop.
Take the beach road, opposite the town museum and head through sand dunes and golf links to the beautiful, wide beach overlooked by a white lighthouse. Further to the north you can explore the cliffs of St. Cyrus, home to a bustling colony of seabirds. Nearby Ferryden is a picturesque village situated on the south side of the river South Esk. It is separated by the river but linked by a bridge.