Craigendmuir Caravan & Camping Park
1 Village Drive, Red Deer Village, Clayhouse Road, Stepps
- 0141 779 4159 or 0141 779 2973
14 acres in size, the re-development of this residential park is well underway and will, on completion have 186 No. residential park homes.
Chalet, static caravans & Holiday Homes, all fully equipped for self catering. Hardstand and grass field for tents and touring vans. Toilet/Shower blocks, Disabled facilities, laundry room have been renovated in 2007.
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Semi retirement/retirement park
- 26 Electric hook-ups
- LPG stockist
- Sanitary block(s)
- Designated / private parking
- Visitor parking
- Chemical disposal point
- Washing up facilities
disabled facilities being upgraded at the moment, please call for update if these facilities are required.
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum (re-opened 2007). Burrell Collection, Pollock House, The People's Palace, Tenement House, Time Capsule are a few of the many attractions in and around the Glasgow area.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Indoor)
- Sports Ground
- Water Sports
- Internet Access
Craigendmuir Caravan & Camping Park ReviewsUp to overview
User rating: (3.2/5.0)
Visited here 3 years ago, and was not overly impressed. HOWEVER! What a difference! AS before, the staff were first class, and fully deserve the praise they get. THe park has changed out of all recognition. SPotless facilities, peaceful,fantastic view of the hills. Warm clean toilets and showers. Excellent laundry. Only suggestion would be an on site shop. Maybe a farm shop? Will be back again and again! HIghly recommended.: September in 2011
My wife and I stayed only one night however we would have no hesitation to return and spend a longer period of time.
We appreciated all the help given and care shown.
Please do not be put off by the approach access which may appear confusing due to proposed building developments and road works.
This site is on it's way to being a Jewel for those wishing easy public transport access into Glasgow.
This a tidy, clean and quiet site offering good security.
Craigendmuir Caravan & Camping Park, Glasgow, Scotland
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer
My wife and I recently stayed here for 3 nights, as it was close to our parents. After reading some of the reviews, I was unsure if we had made a mistake in booking here. Can I just say, we were very impressed by his site, ok it is getting renovated, but it was very quiet, the views are fantastic and the amenities are great. It seems to be a very popular site with foreign travellers, going by the registration plates. We will be back, soon, and the fact that it is open all year round is a plus point for us. We would like to thank all the staff for making our stay really enjoyable.
Craigendmuir Caravan & Camping Park, Glasgow, Strathclyde
This reviewer is a couple, a tourer/motorhomer
Don't be put off by approach road (Narrow bridge & narrow road through housing estate)
Site very clean, tidy & quiet, ideal location for exploring Glasgow area, only 1/4 of a mile off the Motorway.
Owners helpful and informative.
Hard standing area has been recently upgraded, modern, immaculate, heated toilets within easy reach of touring caravan area.
We would thoroughly recommend this site
Craigendmuir Caravan & Camping Park
Sorry but I have to agree with the first writer although maybe it was a wee touch harshly put. This is not the best of parks and I didn't like its location. I have to say though that it is fairly handy for Glasgow and stuff but not really my cup of tea and I was a bit nervous on it. The people running it seem friendly enough though and the camping field itself isn't bad.
This reviewer is a single person, a tourer/motorhomer
We were very pleased with our stay at Craigendmuir. My family and I came over in November for a quick two week visit with family, the location was great for this. I had no fear of staying there (as stated in another review of this place). I've stayed in another self catering cottage and did have things go missing like money, gifts, etc. I would and have recommended Craigendmuir to many friends and hope to be able to stay there again in 2008.
I think the laundry facility could be a little better, but we were there in off-season, so I was just grateful to get a nice place to rest my head and use as a base for running about.
This reviewer is a family with children, a holidaymaker
I booked this site to be near to my parents when visiting them but when I arrived there I found it was more like a residential/gypsy site than a camping site. The owner was very helpful but it really wasn't the sort of place I would recommend anyone used to genuine camping and caravaning should stop off at. Its tucked away at the back of a pretty rough looking council estate and I wasn't at all comfortable. I simply turned around and left again.
Maybe I'm a snob but I value a sense of security and just didn't get that at this site. I couldn't guarantee I would have had a caravan to come back to if I left it there and went visiting.
response (25 Jul 2006)
In response to the very unfair comments made by Mrs A. Bellfield with regard to Craigendmuir Park we would comment as follows.
Craigendmuir Park was a family run park for over 30 years and was in a very poor condition when purchased by the present owners 2 years ago.
Had Mrs Bellfield went up to the touring area she would have seen the lovely view over to the Campsie Hills and had the opportunity to speak to the many touring caravan owners and campers who were on the park on her arrival and who have enjoyed their visit to Craigendmuir Park.
Once you arrive at the touring area you can appreciate the level and well maintained grass area for touring or tents, the clean and well kept toilet/shower blocks and the pleasant and helpful staff on the park.
We have many, many visitors to the park who have stayed with us over the years and who have been impressed with the improvements being carried out on the park since the new owners have taken over.
There have been 4 No. new Holiday Homes placed on the touring park since March 2006 as part of our redevelopment work. Obviously improving a park, which was in such a poor condition takes a lot of time and effort to which the owners and staff are very committed to.
Redevelopment work on the park will be ongoing for some time in order to get the park to the high standard which the owners require and expect from their park.
This reviewer is a single person, a camper
14 Jul 2008
Visit Scotland/Scottish Tourist Board Park Grading Scheme, Assessment Form
Quite a transformation since my previous visit a few years ago.
Obviously the approach through the residential part still detracts, but in a way this gives us an even better impression when actually in the touring area and you then see the contrast.
Very friendly and approachable team with a high standard of cleanliness throughout. Attention to detail in the hire fleet of particular note.
Ground maintenance is also very good and it is apparant that straying
gravel is kept under control.
Award overridden, to remain for time being at 3 stars.
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