Located off the A76. Offers plots static caravans for sale. Excellent facilities on the park. There is also an onsite public house.
A perfect base to enjoy and explore southern part of Scotland.
close to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dumfries, Loch Lomond
Based on 7 review(s)
Glasgow 09 Aug 2015
If the owners/managers would have advised us the site was under construction or renovation we would have booked elsewhere "Clearly misadvertised" had to wait with other complaining guests in the rain, "no reception", for the owner to turn up, eccentric old women!, disgusting showers, terrible view from our pitch the lady put us on, all pitches are to the rear of a derelict pub that's your view on this gypsy camp, sorry but would not recommend to others and feel the weekend was a total waste of money.
Blackpool 01 Aug 2015
Very poor quality park there is no facilities to get washed properly the electric points keep going off and we couldn't find the warden to put the power back on all in all the park is antiquated and needs cash investment, its a terrible place to visit avoid this park like the plague.
Glasgow 15 Jul 2015
"This Caravan Park Management clearly thinks they have come up with a novel way to prevent bad reviews, however we believe this could be deemed an unfair trading practice" other customers depend upon it, Caravan Park Owners or Managers should focus on getting there service right rather than shutting down aggrieved customers. "People should have the right to vent their disappointment if a Caravan Park stay did not meet their expectations and should not be prevented from having their say" This Caravan Park is the worst Caravan Park I have ever seen, reviews are just opinions all are valid but may differ! In my opinion the food in the pub is inedible they use the cheapest of products and charge extortionate prices!!!!!,the beer lines need attention bits in the beer, the toilet and shower facilities are inadequate one shower for male and female help! no where for children to play and the management are rude to the customers
Birmingham 30 Nov 2013
poor quality from start to finish this park looks to have gone down hill since the old manager Trevor left these new people are fine as workers but no good as managers the food the grounds etc very poor im sure all these behind the pub are travellers live there all year one man said not recommended to nlce people
West yorkshire 11 May 2013
We visited this park in the change of manager so it would be hard to give a revue dog fouling was our issue the positives are a great park lovely people lovely views and feel it will do well with change of manager good luck
Ayrshire 23 May 2009
The views from around the caravan site are fantastic as they are of the Southern Uplands. There is so much happening "up the glen" but not intrusive. The reservoir, a couple of mile further up the glen, is getting a bit of love and affection and will soon be a bigger attraction than at present. http://www.ayrshirewoodland.org/photo.php?id=25 http://www.ayrshirewoodland.org/woodland.php http://www.ayrshirewoodland.org/gallery.php Glen Afton Caravan Park
AYRSHIRE 12 Jan 2009
I see that the previous information on this park is non-existant, so I would like to enlighten the reader. Glen Afton Park in 2009 has around 30 static caravans and mobile homes. (It also has four prime pitches available for new statics). The park has room and hook-up facilities for four touring caravans and about room for around 20 tents. The park's onsite pub the Hillside Inn is now open. Glen Afton Park is the cheapest camping site I know of, with gound rents between £1,000.00 and £1,400.00 per year. The pub drinks are cheap and I think the gas bottles are reasonable too. Camping fees are also very inexpensive. In my opinion, Glen Afton Park is a grocely undervalued site. Glen Afton Caravan Park, Scotland