Surrounded by beautiful landscapes and providing the perfect place for exploring the region and further afield, this pretty site is the ideal base for visitors travelling with a touring caravan, motorhome or planning a camping break. Each of the grass or hard standing pitches is equipped with electric hook-up points (except for the camping pitches) and the park's communal facilities are maintained to a very high standard.
Aird Donald is surrounded by walking paths, many of which lead to the rugged coastline which in spring teams with a wealth of birdlife. The countryside here also provides the perfect playground for a range of outdoor activities including pony trekking, clay pigeon shooting, cycling and sailing. Head into Stranraer's town centre where you will find many locally owned stores, the fantastic Stranraer Museum and magnificent medieval tower house of Castle of St John, as well as several traditional pubs, cosy cafes and good restaurants.
However, if you plan to venture further afield and are travelling by ferry to or from Ireland, the park is only 6 miles from the ferry terminal in Cairnryan, making it an ideal stop-over point for your trip.