Library Hill Park is a 17,809 square metre (4.4 acre) park located on Stamperland Hill, Stamperland, Clarkston. The park consists of multiple walkways, with some benches as well as serving as important access to Clarkston Library. The paths here eventually cross over the Clarkston Footbridge to Clarkston Toll, at Clarkston Town Centre. The site bounds directly onto Clarkston Hall and Library.
History[edit | edit source]
This area was historically located on Slamanshill Farm. The park was built with the Stamperland Bungalow development in the early 1920s, but for some time, the park was just named "Stamperland Hill", the same as the road it was located on. In the 1960s, part of the park was redeveloped, alongside the neighbouring railyards into Clarkston Hall and Library, and the Goods Yard Car Park.
Amenities[edit | edit source]
The park is known for its views. The park is noted for views over Clarkston Town Centre, South Williamwood, and parts of Carolside, and can be seen from far around, particularly Mearns Road by Tinkers Park.