Offering luxurious holiday caravans and lodges and a gorgeous coastal location near the pretty seaside village of Kippford, this award-winning park is one of the most beautiful holiday parks in Dumfries & Galloway.
Winner of the David Bellamy's Conservation Gold Award since 1997, the park has a private woodland which is home to an 8,000-year-old bluebell area and a growing red squirrel population, as well as viewpoints from where you can see over the sea to the Lake District over 40 miles away to the south, and onto the Galloway Hills over 20 miles to the north.
We have a range of accommodation to choose from. Our contemporary and spacious lodges are extremely popular, many of which have hot tubs. Or you may chose to stay in one of the park's lavish gold graded holiday caravans with home-from-home comforts including a gas fire, a LCD TV with Freeview channels and a DVD player as well as a fully equipped kitchen and a private veranda with a barbecue area and outdoor seating from which to enjoy the sunsets over the lovely Scottish countryside. Alternatively the silver or bronze grade caravans also offer a comfortable stay with much of the same features as the gold models, the main differences being these models are slightly older and not all double glazed. Or why not try our quirky bungalow which offers comfortable and cosy accommodation?
Little adventurers will love the outdoor play areas, including an assault course for older ones, as well as a covered play area. You'll be spoilt for choice by the range of activities within easy reach of the park including horse riding, sailing, fishing, mountain biking, golf and stunning coastal and hill walks.
Dumfries and Galloway is a cyclist’s paradise. You can Ride the Coast, Ride the Uplands, Ride the South Coast 200 or chose Day Rides. Dalbeattie Forest, one of the 7stanes is accessed only 300 metres from the Park entrance. In all there are over 17km of cycling trails linking Dalbeattie to Colvend, Sandyhills and Kippford; these three villages being just a short ride outside the Forest itself. Gentle Family Routes are suitable for the whole family, with clearly marked trails.
There are also stunning driving routes. The Galloway Tourist Route is a 96 mile route that traces the footsteps of Robert Burns and stops by the romantic Gretna Green. The South West Coastal 300 route is a stunning drive of just over 300 miles providing the opportunity to marvel at our hills, glens, forests and lochs.
We have a wide range of caravans and lodges for sale and rental. Please contact us for further information.