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Forest parks are areas of forest managed by Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) that are managed for multiple benefits, with an emphasis on recreation facilities for visitors. There are currently six forest parks in Scotland. The first forest park was the Argyll Forest Park on the Cowal peninsula, which was established in 1935. The largest is the Galloway Forest Park, at 774 square kilometres (299 sq mi).

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  • Forest parks are areas of forest managed by Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) that are managed for multiple benefits, with an emphasis on recreation facilities for visitors. There are currently six forest parks in Scotland. The first forest park was the Argyll Forest Park on the Cowal peninsula, which was established in 1935. The largest is the Galloway Forest Park, at 774 square kilometres (299 sq mi). (en)
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  • Forest parks are areas of forest managed by Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) that are managed for multiple benefits, with an emphasis on recreation facilities for visitors. There are currently six forest parks in Scotland. The first forest park was the Argyll Forest Park on the Cowal peninsula, which was established in 1935. The largest is the Galloway Forest Park, at 774 square kilometres (299 sq mi). (en)
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  • Forest parks of Scotland (en)
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