A very warm welcome at our small friendly holiday park, in the heart of the Machars peninsula, in South West Scotland.
Whether it be private ownership of a static caravan holiday home, a touring or a camping pitch you require, Castlewigg is the perfect place for your well deserved holiday.
We are situated 18 miles south of Newton Stewart and 2 miles north of Whithorn on the A746, surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside, and with sandy beaches just 5 miles away, it is an ideal retreat for those seeking peace and tranquillity and outdoor activity. Walking, cycling, birdwatching and a number of outstanding golf courses to test your skills are just a few of the activities on offer.
With the Gulf Stream giving our mild climate, the area has many gardens including Galloway House, Castle Kennedy and Logan Botanical boasting a range of tropical plants.
Castlewigg Caravan Park is an ideal base for exploring Wigtownshire, with the beautiful countryside, coastlines and towns and villages of the Machars. Be it, the pretty harbour town of Whithorn, Garlieston and Port William, or the booktown of Wigtown, or the golden sands at Monreith beach, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
We are open from 1st March for touring and camping.
Private holiday home owners enjoy an extended season from the 1st March to 7th January.
Look forward to seeing you all very soon Keith Surtees, Park Manager
Scotlands' most southern distillery at Bladnoch, Wigtown Scotlands' National Book Town. Whithorn, The birth place of Christianity in Scotland. Swallow theatre, a small intimate theatre converted from a former barn. Logan Fish Pond, an historic and unique tidal pool, a geological feature formed during the last ice age. Museums and galleries of Dumfries & Galloway. Wigtown Off Road Driving Centre, 4x4 driving with qualified instruction using Landrover Discovery. Cycling in the Kirroughtree forest, part of the 7 stanes trail.
Whithorn Timescape 2500 years of Archaeology, New for 2017 full scale Iron Age Roundhouse, see what life was like in a prosperous iron age farmhouse. Along with Exhibitions of artefacts from 1600 years of Christian settlements, Priory Museum of early Christian carved stones, Ruins of Priory nave and the crypts, plus refreshments at the café which include home-baking.
Over the past two years many changes have taken place : New Park Manager Mr Keith Surtees. Roads improved and extended. Hard standings put in for Tourers/Motorhomes, Holiday Home/Lodge pitches improved.
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