From Barstobrick Visitor Centre you can enjoy a wide range of walks – easy grades around a network of wildlife ponds to a more strenuous hike up to Neilson’s Monument on Barstobrick Hill. Here you will find one of the most spectacular vantage points in Dumfries & Galloway from where the ruling tribes of Galloway could “see and be seen”. The Visitor Centre is fully staffed and easily accessible, providing visitor information, exhibition space, Farm Shop and Coffee Shop. Public Toilets attached to the Centre are open daily. good physical access near to the Visitor Centre and to the toilets – most of the wetlands paths are level, even and hard surfaced. The sign posted ‘easy access trail’ (1/3 mile) has a bench every 70 yards. Away from the Centre access may be more difficult for people with reduced mobility. Dogs are welcome . Visit their website for more information.