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Creetown Caravan Park

Newton Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway

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Creetown Caravan Park is beautifully situated beside the Minipool Burn within the attractive village of Creetown on the Coast of Wigtown Bay. There are numerous villages, towns, two outstanding forest parks, a wildlife park and, of course, the Irish Ferry Port all within a very easy drive. On the other hand if you prefer to park your car and spend your time relaxing at your caravan, the village shops and hotels are only a two minute walk away.

Open from:
March to October

Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, Sanitary block(s), Bar, Restaurant

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Holiday homes (for rent), Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:
Fishing, Golf, Swimming (Outdoor), Games Room, Snooker/Pool

Starting with the village itself the famous Gem Rock Museum, the Open Farm, Creetown Heritage Centre.
Sandy beach within easy 10 minute drive.
Galloway Forest Park only 5 minutes away. Where all the local Forest Walks begin.
Walks are colour coded for time and fitness level

Creetown, an ideal base in Galloway.

Nearby is the old county town of Wigtown which is now Scotland's National Book Town and those of you with ancestors from the area can request access to the Wigtown Cultural Heritage Project database.

The Whithorn Trust is an archeological site of early Christian activity in Scotland, and Bladnoch Distillery offers guided tours round Scotland's southernmost Distillery. Tropic House Exotic Butterflies & Carnivorous plants.

Fishing; The local area offers an excellent range of challenges for the angler. From Sea Fishing to working a quiet river beat with a fly, there is something for everyone.

Walking; The Galloway Hills provide a pleasant variety of Forest and Hill walks. The more energetic may wish to stretch that Lycra by Mountain Biking with several hire shops nearby.

You may prefer to amble round some of the local Gardens that are open to the Public; Castle Kennedy & Lochinch Visitor Centre Gardens, the exotic Logan Botanic Garden at Port Logan, Ardwell Gardens, by Stranraer, Monreith House Gardens, Port William created by Sir Herbert Maxwell, Glenwhan Garden & Nursery, Galloway House Gardens, Garlieston or visit Barwinnoch Herbs near Barrhill.

Pony Trekking can also be arranged locally or spend a morning at the Indoor Green Bowling Centre in Newton Stewart

For Golfers, there are several full sized golf courses which are within easy driving distance.
Newton Stewart Golf Club (10 Minutes)
Portpatrick Golf Club (Dunskey) (40 Minutes)
Stranraer Golf Club (30 Minutes)
Wigtownshire County Golf Club (20 Minutes)

Annual Events:
Creetown Country Music Festival (September)
Castle Kennedy Horse Driving Trials (August)
Wigtown Show (August)
Stranraer Show (July)
Gatehouse of Fleet Gala

Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool (In Season)

Creetown Caravan Park

Silver Street, Creetown
Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland
United Kingdom
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5.0 stars

Really nice place.

This site resides in a beautiful part of Dumfries, the tent pitches were near to the entrance of the site overlooking the pool and the playpark away from the caravans.

The toilet block was clean and well maintained, and site staff were very helpful and on hand if required. In addition the site has a hot-tub! (every site should have one LOL) nothing better than getting up after a cold night and slipping into a large hot-tub to take the aches and pains away. :)

There is a small village around the campsite with a few bars that serve nice food. There is a gem rock museum and it's reasonably near to a town called Kirkcudbright which is nice for a wander. If you visit you must go to Mullberries for the best meal ever and lovely flavored hot chocolate.

I would definately recommend this site