Clatto Park has a large reservoir, woodland, paths and a play area. The reservoir was created as part of Dundee’s water supply in 1874, but is no longer connected to the supply network.
Ancrum Outdoor Centre use the reservoir for water sports, although sometimes there are problems with Blue Green Algae. The water is home to many ducks and diving birds, with many fish living in the very deep water.
A level path goes around the edge of the reservoir and smaller paths extend into Baldragon Woods and Clatto Moor (which has been recently planted with trees). Admiral Duncan wood was also been be planted to connect Clatto plantations to Templeton Woods to give wildlife such as Red Squirrels more habitat.
Please keep yourself safe at Clatto Park and follow any signs around the reservoir.
Facilities at Clatto include a watersports centre, children's play areas, picnic and barbecue site. The park offers recreational activities, such as watersports, that can be organised through Ancrum Outdoor Centre.
ParkLives - free outdoor activities in Dundee. To see the full list of ParkLives activities view the current timetable on their website - remember all sessions are FREE for everyone!
View the Clatto Country Park Map (794KB PDF)
Clatto Country Park
Dalmahoy Drive, Dundee
Tel: 01382 436505
There is an Accessibility Guide available on the AccessAble website