Linlithgow Loch is a lake located in Linlithgow, next to the very picturesque Linlithgow Palace. Fishing here is managed by the Forth Area Federation of Anglers. There is a wooden lodge for anglers stationed on the south bank of the loch, providing seating, picnic tables and a payment facility. Once renowned for its large brown trout, the loch is now stocked weekly with rainbow trout in season for fly fishing. Nineteen boats are available for anglers.
There is an appealing walk around the Loch and Palace along a surfaced path and stretches of pavement (around 3.5 km / 2.25 mi), suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs and there is plenty of interest and wildlife along the way. There is no service road leading to the loch and it can be reached only on foot.