You are guaranteed a warm welcome to Station Park and Nairn County Football Club.

Visit Station Park

Nairn County Football Club
Station Park, Balblair Road
Nairn, IV12 5LT

How to Get Here

If coming from Inverness direction

As you enter Nairn, continue on the A96 until you pass the Showfield on your right-hand side. Take a right down Waverley Road and follow the road onto Westbury Road until you reach a Give Way junction at the crossroads.
Your best option is to park in the train station car park so take your immediate right (don’t go down the hill) and drive along to the station car park. Cross over the station bridge on foot and you will see Station Park.

If coming from Aberdeen direction

As you enter Nairn, continue on the A96 under the railway bridge along the road past Subway and as soon as you cross the bridge take a left to go up the High Street – you will now be driving up a small brae.
Continue along the High Street. As the road bends to the right, you will continue straight ahead towards the hospital and train station. As you pass the church and post office on your left-hand-side, you will begin to see the road start to go downhill. Before driving down the hill take a right onto the road that runs parallel towards the train station.
Drive along to the station car park, park up. Cross over the station bridge on foot and you will see Station Park.

Station Park is right next to the train station hence the name. It could not be easier.

Get off the bus at the old bus station (across the road from the Co-op and Macks Restaurant). Walk along Leopold Street and take a right along the High Street. Walk towards the train station, crossing the station bridge on foot.

Local Bars and Restaurants

Fancy a few drinks and something to eat pre or post-match? You have several nearby options.

The Classroom Bistro – restaurant and bar where the teams go after Saturday home games

Uncle Bobs Bar – local bar

Westerlea – located on the A96 and a 10-minute walk from Station Park

Royal British Legion – the closest bar to Station Park

What to expect at Station Park

Once inside Station Park you can do any of the following:

  • Grab a half-time draw ticket and be in with a chance of winning some cash in our half-time draw
  • Buy some Nairn County merchandise from our club shop
  • Grab something to eat or drink from the Pie Hut. Will you try our famous Pie in a Roll?
  • You are free to stand or sit wherever you want in the ground. Your options include standing undercover in the Davy Johnston Enclosure, grabbing a view from the hill behind the goal, standing in the Queen’s Park/Cawdor Road end or sitting in the main stand.

Away Fans Info

Nairn is a friendly and welcoming club. Away fans traditionally congregate towards the Queen’s Park end of the ground – the opposite end from where you come in.


Small, well-behaved dogs are more than welcome at Station Park. All we ask is you keep them on a lead and tidy up after them should it be required.


We operate on a pay-at-the-gate (cash) or you can buy tickets in advance online.

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Station Park is wheelchair friendly, but should you have any concerns before arriving please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us via social media or emailing