Red Deer Village Holiday Park is conveniently situated on the doorstep of Glasgow, just off the A80, one of Scotland’s main arterial routes to the North. The Park is also easily accessed by those without motor transport, by rail and by bus from Glasgow.
The level and spacious site is ideal for anyone looking for the ideal base for a holiday in and around West Central Scotland, or as a stopover for a few days whilst touring. Our rental fleet and reception have recently been refurbished inside and out, with our chalets exteriorly re-cladded – a new, more energy-efficient solution rather than annual painting maintenance. There are 12 hardstanding pitches with electric hookup, and 14 hardstanding pitches with electric hookup surrounded by our grass area, with tent pitches available also.
Red Deer Village Holiday Park was established over 40 years ago and the touring area of the park was established in 1988. The park was purchased by John and Ivan Hendry in 2004 and work began on completely upgrading the touring area.
John and Ivan Hendry and their staff look forward to welcoming you personally.
The natural choice for visitors for Central & Western Scotland.
Please note that our reception is now closed on weekends. Please call us on 0141 779 4159 or on 07966 244491 to find out how to book a weekend pitch.
Drinking water facilities
Chemical toilet and grey water disposal
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
Stepps is situated around five miles to the North-East of Glasgow and only 48 miles from the stunning, historic capital city of Edinburgh. It is also only 21 miles from Stirling with its castle and stunning Wallace monument. All 3 cities offer culture, historic monuments, theatres, and art galleries in abundance. Stepps also acts as a natural gateway to the North allowing easy driving access towards Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Scotland’s various national parks and mountain ranges.
The village of Stepps is twinned with Les Marches in the Savoie region of France and even has its own Stepps community website. It has two churches, Stepps Parish and St Josephs, a pharmacy, dental care centre, a doctors surgery, local shops, hairdressers and beauty parlour, restaurants, local bars and a Bannatyne’s gym. Train and bus links makes Stepps an easy commuter base for travelling.
Based on 5 review(s)
dumfriesshire 05 Oct 2011
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.
Down 10 Nov 2009
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
leicestershire 06 Aug 2009
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
Highlands 11 Jun 2009
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
west yorkshire 15 Aug 2006
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.
Ok 24 Jul 2006
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.