Public Spaces

Cooper Park D1

Between the town and castle. There are three public tennis courts, space for basketball, outdoor table-tennis, putting, swings, slide and roundabouts. Tea room, ice-cream, hot and cold drinks and snacks at the pavillion manned during summer holidays Tues–Sun 12.30pm-5pm by community youth volunteers. Park itself open all year.
[t] 01466 794498

Hill of Haugh C1/D1

Beside the River Deveron within sight of the castle this open area of grass, paths and walks is a summer favourite for young families picnicking and playing in the river shallows. BBQ facilities, children's swings, a rollerblading and skateboarding area. Snacks, bike and rollerski hire at the Nordic ski centre. Tubing slope. Free.

Market Muir C4/B4

Markets were originally held in The Square until 1770 when they moved to the Market Muir. It became home to three town football teams. It is now used as playing fields, travelling fairs and car boot sales. A proposed sale for a supermarket development was dropped in the face of massive local opposition. Recycling bins, free parking and toilets.

Glamourhaugh Park D4

Children's swings and play area. The Glamour was the name given to the river Bogie by author George MacDonald. The park was given to Huntly by the Troup family.

The Meadows B2

Roadside picnic area and dog walking.

Forbes Raeburn & Sons
 Butchers, 7 Bogie Street 
Johnston Carmichael
 Accountants, Steven Road 




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