Loch Ken Water Ski School

Waterskiing

Loch Ken Marina, Parton, Castle Douglas, Dumfries And Galloway, DG7 3NQ

    Experience a fantastic range of watersports amidst spectacular surroundings at this excellent water ski school.

    Located in the heart of the Galloway Hills, Loch Ken Water Ski School is the best water ski and wakeboard venue in Scotland. Its picturesque setting coupled with its highly trained team of professional instructors makes Loch Ken the perfect place to get active on the water. Whether you’re a complete novice or simply want to refine your skills, the welcoming and capable staff are more than happy to administer to your needs. In addition to traditional water skiing, the school also offer the chance to learn more advanced techniques such as mono skiing and to take part in slalom skiing competitions. Banana boat rides and speed boat trips are also available. A full range of equipment and clothing is also available for sale or rental. To avoid disappointment, prior booking is recommended.

    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2014 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

    Domestic

    • Changing Room/Lockers

    Special Requirements

    • Children Welcome
    • Groups Welcome

    Facilities

    • Tuition Available

    Road Directions

    From Centre:-

    From Dumfries - follow signs for Stranraer and A75. Follow A75 towards Castle Douglas. Once in Castle Douglas follow signs for Loch Ken and A713. Follow this road to Parton and then a couple of miles later you will come across the entrance to Loch Ken.

    From TIC:-

    From Castle Douglas Tourist Information Center - follow signs for Loch Ken and A713 to Ayr. Follow this road to Parton and a couple of miles after Parton you will find the entrance to Loch Ken Marina

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- From Dumfries Station - follow signs for Stranraer and A75. Follow A75 for 15 miles towards Castle Douglas. Once in Castle Douglas follow signs for Loch Ken and the A73 to Ayr. Follow this road toParton and within 2 miles of this look out for sign post indicating entrance to Loch Ken Marina.

    By Bus:-

    From Dumfries - follow signs for Stranraer. Follow A75 for 15 miles to Castle Douglas. Once in Castle Douglas follow signs for Loch Ken. Follow this route to Parton and within 2 miles of this you wll find Loch Ken Marina.

    Getting there by aeroplane:- From Glasgow Airport - follow M8 through Glasgow towards the M73. Join M73 at junction 8 and continue on this road for 3-4 miles and join the M74. Follow A74 to Dumfries but bypass Dumfries on the A75 towards Stranraer. After about 15 miles turn right on the B795 for 3 miles. This road will meet the A713 - turn right here, go through Crossmichael, then just after Parton on your left look out for Loch Ken Marina sign after the holiday centre.

    Getting there by ferry:- From Cairnryan follow the A77 onto the A75. Stay on this road, passing Newton Stewart and wait until you reach Castle Douglas. In Castle Douglas follow signs for Loch Ken and the A713 to Ayr. Followthis road to Parton then within 2 miles you will find the entrance to Loch Ken Marina.

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