EURO Pitches £20 per night. Nestled between Old Prestwick and Royal Troon Golf Courses. With access to two blonde, sandy Ayrshire beaches. Excellent for body boarding, cycling, kite surfing, golf, sand castles, walking and K9's. Amazing sunsets, etch out Arran in the evening and a 360 degree view of the stars in the night sky. KA9 1UH.
The Park has access to the blonde sandy beaches of Prestwick and Troon and is flanked either side by Royal Troon Golf Course and Old Prestwick, birth place of The OPEN. Flat, grassy, well drained, fully serviced EURO pitches (from £20 per night) and beautifuly maintained grounds. The Park has a laundry room and a pub. The pub is a hive of activity, with blazing coal fire, multi screen TV and a warm welcome. It has regular entertainment, bingo, karaoke and free WI FI. Whilst this is a bustling little hub, The Park itself is peaceful and quiet. A great place to relax. The local towns of Prestwick and Troon have lots of bars, cafes and shops to explore. Trains stopping at Prestwick Airport Station every half hour, running between Ayr and the city of Glasgow (Central Station). Good road connections to M77 Glasgow. On the cycle path route 7. On Ayrshire Coastal Path route 7 with stunning views of the sea, travelled by Outlander's Jamie Fraser. Easy to get to, but a great place to 'escape to'. Ayrshire, Arran and the Southern Hebrides have a vast exciting Heritage, History and Archaeology to explore. There are lots of outdoor pursuits to keep all enthralled. You can find a few of our suggestions via the following link: http://prestwickholidaypark.co.uk/local-attractions.html