Stay at Wig Bay Holiday Park when you visit Scotland, a family owned and run park in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway.
The park sits on the shores of Loch Ryan, and is open from the beginning of March until the end of January every year, closing during the month of February. Previously a holiday park welcoming guests with touring caravans, the park is now an exclusive collection of new and previously owned static holiday homes that tourists can buy for their own use throughout the year.
All of the caravans at Wig Bay are modern and luxurious, with water and electricity connections as standard. Use of these utilities is metered separately each year, so guests only pay for what they use. The park is quiet, although is within easy reach of Stranraer, four miles away, and the quaint fishing village of Portpatrick, seven miles away.
A range of amenities are available at the park, including a heated indoor swimming pool, while guests can enjoy free private fishing whenever they are staying at the site. Many choose to own a holiday home at Wig Bay Holiday Park owing to the feeling of having escaped from the busy nature of modern life, but knowing that everything they need is within just a short drive.
Wig Bay Holiday Park's proximity to the beach means that walks along the shore, or swimming and paddling in Loch Ryan, are always popular with guests.
In Stranraer, you will find everything you need from shops to great restaurants and bars. The town also features a variety of cultural attractions, including museums and art galleries. For guests staying at this holiday park with their children, Stranraer also has some great parks, as well as a number of leisure centres and sport complexes with swimming pools and a variety of other activities.
Golf lovers will find six high quality golf courses within an hour of Stranraer, and others further afield, too. There are also a number of great spots where fishing can be enjoyed close to Stranraer and in the surrounding Dumfries and Galloway region.
The fishing village of Portpatrick is a great place for anyone to visit, with a quaint selection of shops and cafés all giving visitors a friendly welcome. Many of the local fishing businesses are even happy to take tourists out into the Irish Sea, providing a great experience for anyone looking to discover what a few hours on a fishing trawler is like.
The unspoiled natural environment of the west coast of Scotland is what many people holidaying in this part of the UK come to enjoy. Stay at Wig Bay Holiday Park and explore the coast, or venture east to Galloway Forest Park. The forest park has three visitor centres at which you can find out about the activities on offer and plan you day. Whether walking, cycling, mountain biking, horse riding, orienteering or canoeing take your fancy, there are lots of things to do. This is also a dark sky park, making it a first rate destination for stargazing.
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