Saint Meddans Caravan Site is an exceptional holiday park found on the west coast of Scotland. The park overlooks the wide expanse of the Firth of Clyde and is a short distance from Troon town centre. The park is open from March to October and has 25 pitches for tents, motorhomes, or touring caravans. Pitches with electric hook ups are available, while gas refills are also provided at the park. Additional facilities found on-site at St Meddans include showers, toilets, and a laundrette, while there is a dog walking area for guests who have brought their pets on holiday with them.
There are several amenities close by, including shops, pubs, and restaurants, with many being found in Troon itself. Guests can also enjoy brilliant access to a range of activities in the local area.
If you enjoy golfing holidays, St Meddans Caravan Site would make a great base for you. The Royal Troon Golf Club is open to the public at selected times and offers guests the chance to play a round of golf at a world famous venue used for the Open Championship. There are a further six high quality golf courses to be found across the town, too.
St Meddans Caravan Site is also ideal for seaside holidays, because it is close to the beach, which is great for paddling and swimming, as well as for sailing and a range of other water sports.
Go fishing from the beach, or get in touch with local fishermen to try and secure a few hours of sea fishing to make this a caravan holiday to remember.
The seafront at Troon is lively and exciting with a variety of shops and local businesses. Fishing boats set off from the harbour daily, and the fish market there offers the freshest catches at bargain prices for anyone who doesn’t want to head out to sea themselves.
If you enjoy sailing and messing around in boats, you may already know that this area is also the home of the popular Yacht Haven, one of the best sailing centres on the Firth of Clyde.
Anyone looking to spend time relaxing while in Troon will find a number of quaint shops and local businesses, with cafés and tearooms always busy and offering delicious refreshments, souvenirs and more.
Guests interested in exploring further afield will find plenty of things to do in this part of Scotland, too. A short drive to the south brings tourists to Prestwick and Ayr, which are both on the coast and offer their own beaches as well as attractions in the towns. Many choose to take a day trip on the ferry from Troon across to the Isle of Arran, itself a popular tourist destination and an easy place to explore in full with one day there.
Glasgow is found to the north and is brilliant for anyone wanting to spend time in a bigger city, with plenty of shops as well as museums, art galleries, and other cultural attractions.
The Clyde Muirshel Regional Park is found to the north along the coast road and is a great place for guests looking to enjoy outdoor pursuits and activities, with pony trekking, cycling, and fishing among the things to do there.
St Meddans Caravan Site is a great place for a family holiday and offers plenty to do and see both in Troon and across the surrounding region.
Fullarton Fairy Trail
Troon Yacht Haven
The Gallery Troon
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