Auchingarrich Wildlife Park is a well-established business set in a picturesque location with excellent views over the surrounding countryside. The village of Comrie lies a short distance to the north and is a popular tourist destination together with other amenities …
Auchingarrich Wildlife Park is a well-established business set in a picturesque location with excellent views over the surrounding countryside. The village of Comrie lies a short distance to the north and is a popular tourist destination together with other amenities including restaurants independent shops and a golf course.
The wildlife park is located approximately 6 miles west of Crieff which has a range of amenities and facilities including local and national retailers, a small supermarket, medical services, and restaurants. Perth is located about 23 miles to the east and has a wider range of facilities including supermarkets, leisure facilities and many tourism related activities.
The surrounding area is known for its unspoilt countryside with its dramatic mountains, glens, lochs and rivers. Loch Earn is located a short distance to the west and is renowned as a haven for watersports, fishing is also available on the River Earn and the famous River Tay. The Loch Lomond and Trossach National Park lies to the west and is known for its outstanding beauty and is a major visitor attraction. The A85 which runs through Crieff and Comrie and lies a short distance to the north of Auchingarrich Wildlife Park is a major tourist route linking Perthshire to the West Highlands.
The wildlife park extends to approximately 131 acres (53 hectares) and is accessed via a private road leading from the B827 public road.
Auchingarrich enjoys an elevated but secluded position and benefits from excellent views to the north over the surrounding countryside.
The wildlife park encompasses a shop, café, 2 play barns, a hatchery, general purpose shed, adventure playground and a stone built steading building adjacent to Auchingarrich Farmhouse which provide additional storage and workshop space. The park is well established and has been developed over a number of years with a network of internal roads and pathways leading to the animal enclosures and attractions. The park has been immaculately maintained and is very well presented.