Greenock Cut Visitor Centre
Situated in the heart of Inverclyde’s water catchment area, near the Greenock and Kelly Cuts – narrow canal-like aqueducts designed by Robert Thom and constructed in the 1820s and 1840s to take water to and from Loch Thom to Greenock. The Greenock Cut is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
The visitor centre is surrounded by moorland, at the start of several walks including Dunrod Hill with panoramic views of the Clyde and the Isles.
The Countryside Rangers provide an environmental education programme and offer advice about local walking and cycling routes and wildlife. Mobility scooters are available for FREE hire.
Look on the events page to see what special events, walks and family friendly activities are coming up.
The Visitor Centre with refreshments and small gift shop is open daily in summer and at weekends in winter providing information on what to do and see plus there is an interactive exhibition about the Greenock Cut, it is well worth a visit and makes a walk on the Cut more interesting if viewed first.