Renfrewshire Council

Local nature reserves

Jenny's Well, Paisley 

Jenny's Well lies on the bank of the White Cart Water river adjacent to the Hunterhill housing estate. 

Route 7 of the national cycle network, between Paisley and Glasgow, runs alongside the reserve.

The Discovery Trail - Jennys Well includes a route around the nature reserve, and tells you about some of the wildlife that you might see.

Paisley Moss

Right through the year there is something new and exciting to be experienced at Paisley Moss local nature reserve. You only need an hour to enjoy a circular walk around the reserve, starting and finishing at the entrance off St Andrews Crescent.

Forming part of Glasgow Airport and bounded by motorway slip roads, Paisley Moss is a hidden oasis for wildlife. A remnant of a larger site, it is now a Local Nature Reserve and contains ponds, mossy marshes, reeds and sedge beds supporting hundreds of different animals and plants.

Durrockstock Park

An area of Durrockstock Park in Foxbar has been formally declared as a Local Nature Reserve, making it Paisley's third. It is a large area of the park is rich in plant and wildlife, particularly its plantation woodland and open water.

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