Tay Forest Park is not one forest, but a series of contrasting woodlands in Perthshire at the heart of Scotland.
The landscape changes with the seasons, making a visit at any time of year rewarding.
Our woodland walks give spectacular views of mountains and lochs while you discover legends of demons, dragons, saints and queens.
The Forest Park is centred around The Queen’s View. Queen Victoria recorded that the iconic view, looking westwards along Loch Tummel, was named after her, following her visit in 1866.
However, Queen Isabella of Scotland, wife of King Robert the Bruce, is widely believed to have inspired the name about 550 years earlier!
Tay Forest Park
Find out about some of the wildlife you might see in Scotland's forests.