ALTHOUGH the weather was mixed on Saturday the Lochore Meadows Open weekend was a huge success.

The open weekend at the Meedies took place on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm both days and it really did have something for everyone.

The Watersports Centre was the hub of the weekend with the magnificent facilities at the country park available for people of all ages to try for free.

However, while the water was a big attraction the rolling parkland and golf course were also busy.

The weather on Saturday was a real mixture with the sun being replaced with showery rain.

Sunday was a lot nicer with dry weather replacing the showers and the temperature going up a few degrees.

Park boss Ian Laing reported that kids activities were heavily booked.

The golf course was a popular spot with people of all ages trying their hand.

There was health walking involving kids and adults, and Mountain Biking seeing a lot of adults having fun.

Orienteering was another activity which people enjoyed with people plotting their courses!

The loch was like a magnet for the younger element as everyone enjoyed pottering about, whether it be aboard a dinghy or a paddleboard.

There was expert coaching for people of all ages and the chance to experience the exhilaration of being out on the water.

The Dragoon Boats were also an attraction and in the park the Climbing Wall also attracted a lot of attention.

The weekend was the chance to showcase the various activities available at the park and several thousand people enjoyed trying their hand.