- Victoria Park
The main park in Innerleithen, with sports facilities and a playground.
- Princes Street Park
A smaller park with flowerbeds and public benches on the other side of the Leithen Water.
- Memorial Hall Park
A quiet grassy area behind the Memorial Hall, away from the busier streets.
- Toll Wood
A small woodland on the banks of the River Tweed.
- Leithen Foot
An area of lush vegetation where the Leithen Water meets the Tweed.
- Caerlee Hill
Once the site of a Celtic hillfort, now an access point to Lee Pen.
- Lee Pen
A magnificent hilltop with views over both the Leithen Valley and Tweeddale.
- Pirn Hill
A companion to Caerlee Hill, also once the site of a hillfort, now the site of a public sculpture and an access point to both Caberston Forest and Pirn Craig.
- Traquair Forest
A conifer plantation and 7Stanes destination, offering plenty of downhill tracks for mountain biking, accessible from the Traquair Road carpark.
- Caberston Forest
A conifer plantation with mountain biking trails leading to Windlestraw and Kirrie Law, accessible from the Innerleithen Golf Course carpark.
- There are other forests within easy reach of Innerleithen: to the east, Cardrona, Glentress and Cademuir; to the west, Thornielee, Glenbenna, Glenkinnon and Yair. See Forestry and Land Scotland for more details on the main attractions of the Tweed Valley Forest Park.
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