Dollar Park is a beautiful area of mature parkland close to Falkirk town centre. The Park offers many horticulture attractions and numerous facilities to help you enjoy your leisure time.

The park was bequeathed to the people of Falkirk by Robert Dollar, born in Camelon and at one time one of the world's richest men. His gift of two marble Chinese Lions still flank the main entrance. The north of the park offers active recreation with kick about space, a play area, and tennis courts. The southern portion of the park is a tranquil space with good paths, magnificent mature specimen trees and a memorial bust of Sheila McKechnie OBE, Scottish trade unionist, housing campaigner and consumer activist. The Walled Garden has been beautifully restored by people on Community Payback orders managed by the Council's Criminal Justice department. The Walled Garden is run by the Cyrenians charity, open Monday-Saturday 10am-3.30pm, offering opportunities for educational visits, monthly market stalls, wedding and civil partnership ceremonies, or simply a relaxing stroll in a serene, beautiful environment.

Facilities include:

  • Bouncy Castle
  • 4 Tennis courts
  • 18 Hole Putting Green
  • Kiosk

These amenities are seasonal and operate from April - September.

The Kiosk is open during the summer holidays for hot and cold snacks and drinks.