Zetland Park was gifted by the Earl of Zetland (Shetland) to the people of Grangemouth in 1880. Today the park is the principal open space serving Grangemouth and is the green oasis at the heart of this busy industrial town. The Grange Burn flows alongside the park.

The park is well connected to all local neighbourhoods. Local amenities including Grangemouth Sports Complex, Grangemouth Stadium and Grangemouth Town Centre are also nearby.

You may wish to visit The Zetland Park War Memorial, which is a fine and highly unusual cenotaph designed in 1923 by Sir John Burnet, architect to the Imperial War Graves Commission. More information is available from the War Memorials Register.

Facilities at the park include:

  • Bowling Green
  • Café
  • Car park
  • Cycle path
  • Floral display
  • Flower garden
  • Football pitches
  • Golf
  • Historical features
  • Monuments
  • Orchard
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic benches/tables
  • Play area
  • Playing fields
  • Seating
  • Tennis courts *
  • Toilets
  • Walks
  • Wheelchair access

* Coaching and court rental available. Visit the Falkirk Leisure and Culture website to register, or call 01324 590940 for more information.

There are additional summer amenities available between April and September including crazy golf, bouncy castles and inflatable slides. Grangemouth Children's Day is held on the 3rd Saturday of June together with the annual crowning ceremony.

The Friends of Zetland Park group was founded in 2012 by Grangemouth residents to promote the enjoyment and management of Zetland Park and to protect the park's heritage for future generations.