Ayr Craigie Gardens Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is in the grounds of Craigie Estate with access close by to the River Ayr.
It is within easy walking distance of the seaside town of Ayr with its long sandy beach and excellent shopping facilities. It is close to Ayr Racecourse and adjacent to the new campus for the University of the West of Scotland.
The beautiful Ayreshire countryside provided the inspiration for the National Bard of Scotland, Robbie Burns - the Burns Heritage Trail and the Burns Heritage Centre at Alloway is a must for visitors to Ayr Craigie Gardens Caravan Club Site. Culzean Castle and Country Park is easily accessible from the site and the boasts a dramatic clifftop setting. Golf enthusiasts will be in their element as there are no less than 40 golf courses in the area, which is why Ayr is known as the 'Golf Coast'. The caravan park also offers fun for the kids at nearby Heads of Ayr Farm Park, where they can to see the animals and enjoy the rides. An excursion on the Waverley or Balmoral is not to be missed as these are the only sea going paddle steamers in the world and will let you view some memorably scenic landscapes. Ferry crossings can also be made further along the coast to the Island of Arran, known as Scotland in miniature.
Wet room or level entry shower
Outdoor Play Area
Baby Changing Facilities
Private Parking Next To Pitch
Hot Water Shower/ Washing Facilities
Accommodation Special Offer
50% reduction on pitch fees for standard pitches on stays on selected midweek dates.
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