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.
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