Bainloch Deer Park
Bainloch Deer Park is set in the wild hills overlooking the Solway Coast and is home to Japanese sika, wild roe deer and Britain’s largest land mammal, the majestic red deer. Our tours for groups of up to 6 people allow you to see these magnificent creatures in a wild setting for a truly magical experience. You can finish off your tour with a visit to our Visitor Centre and bistro.
Bainloch Deer Park has over 500 head of deer in a truly wild and vast landscape consisting of hills, glens, forests and stunning coastal views. Our deer safaris take place in a 4x4 vehicle which can seat up to six people, allowing you to see and find out more about these magnificent creatures including our majestic Red Deer stags - Britain’s largest land mammal. During the tours, which last a full hour, you will learn more about our deer and have the chance to take photographs. (Please note: For young children, we do not supply child car seats although you are welcome to bring your own and fit them before we set off)
The Bond family have run Bainloch Deer Park since 2001 and have invested in a brand new Visitor Centre and restaurant which opened late in 2021. The Centre is now open from 10am to 4pm daily offering a chance to enjoy panoramic views across the park whilst tasting a range of refreshments including tea, coffee, hot chocolate, breakfasts, sandwiches, home baking and other savoury dishes. A copy of the main menu can be found here Bainloch Main Menu
It will also shortly feature a souvenir shop selling a wide range of local crafts reflecting the wild beauty and uniqueness of Bainloch Deer Park.
No appointment or booking is necessary for the Visitor Centre where there is plenty of free parking available
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