Keep Scotland Beautiful has revealed the results of the poll to identify the nation's favourite open spaces.
The Dock Park was the national winner in the People's Choice award ahead of Beechwood Park in Stirling and Rouken Glen in East Renfrewshire.
A total of 59 Green Flag Award winning parks and green spaces were entered into this year's Scottish vote.
Dock Park in Dumfries and Galloway has been voted by the public as the best in Scotland.
The vote was organised by the Green Flag Award scheme, an accolade administered by Keep Scotland Beautiful to high quality sites with community involvement.
It beat Beechwood Park in Stirling and Rouken Glen in East Renfrewshire to the top spot.
The park has recently undergone a £2million restoration.
Dock Park in Dumfries and Galloway has won the prestigious Green Flag Award.
It's one of 58 places in Scotland and the first park in the south of Scotland to be given the award.
The Green Flag is the benchmark for a quality green space and is managed by Keep Scotland Beautiful.
Volunteer judges, with backgrounds in areas such as parks management, conservation or ecology, assess the park against eight criteria:
- healthy, safe and secure
- clean and well-maintained
- manages conservation and heritage
- community involvement
- markets itself
- good management
A £2 million regeneration of Dock Park was completed earlier this year.
It was officially opened in May by the Earl of Wessex and now boasts a new mini gold area, a refurbished play park and new toilet facilities.
Over the past few years it had gradually fallen into disrepair, but it has now been restored to its former glory.
The first part of a two million pound regeneration of Dock Park in Dumfries has been completed.
The children's play area is now open - and the council says that's just the start. **
***Matthew Taylor reports.*
Councillor Colin Smyth, Chairman of the Planning and Environment Committee at Dumfries and Galloway Council, tells ITV Border how pleased he is with the new park.
The first part of a two million pound regeneration of Dock Park in Dumfries been completed.
The new children's play area is now open but the council says that is just the start.
The council also says it is hoping to put Dock Park back at the heart of the local community when it is finished in spring of next year.
Work has begun on the £2 million revamp of the Dock Park in Dumfries.
The restoration work is will include creating a new entrance to the park, an overhaul of the bandstand and improving the child play areas.
Local councillors Colin Smythe and John Martin have been campaigning for the council to restore the park, after what they call years of neglect and vandalism.
The work is being funded by Dumfries and Galloway council, along with a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
An historic Dumfries park is to undergo a two-million-pound transformation.
The money from Dumfries and Galloway Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund will be used to repair and restore Dock Pak.
Andy Burn reports:
The bandstand was the scene of a speech by Tony Blair on the eve of the 1997 election, but has since been left to ruin.