This award-winning caravan park in Dumfries and Galloway is set in scenic private grounds offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and wooded hillsides of this beautiful corner of Scotland.
Quiet, friendly and well-maintained, this family-owned park is spacious and open for touring caravans, motorhomes, seasonal caravan pitches and tents. It features a sports field, putting green, chess, draughts and a boule pitch, plus a modern, well-appointed amenities block with family bathrooms, facilities for motorhomes and WiFi.
Adjacent to the park is the conveniently located Cressfield Hotel with its bar and restaurant which serves meals seven days a week. The village of Ecclefechan is just down the road.
This is the perfect base from which to explore the gardens, forests, castles and museums of Dumfries, the ancient city of Carlisle and the beautiful Solway Coast. This peaceful park is also ideally placed to discover more of the stunning south-west of Scotland, the Border Region, Northumberland and the magnificent Lake District.
Cressfield Caravan Park is open all year round and also offers holiday homes available to buy.
Enquire today about booking a stay on this award-winning caravan park in Dumfries and Galloway.
DirectionsLeave the A74(M) at Ecclefechan, Junction 19. Follow the B7076 for half a mile to the south side of the village. The park is signposted, on the B7076, 5 miles south of Lockerbie and 8 miles north of Gretna Green.
Things to do in Dumfries & Galloway
This moated, triangular castle was one of Scotland’s great medieval strongholds. The castle stands next to the ancient woodland, swaps and grassland of Caerlaverock Nature Reserve.
Solway Coast AONB
just across the estuary in Cumbria, this area of cliffs, dunes, coastline, and expansive views that stretch over ocean and up to distant mountains is great for walking, fishing, and bird watching.
Mingled among the market town’s shops, pubs and restaurants are the romantic Sweetheart Abbey and the Robert Burns Centre.
The Forest of Ae
Many walking trails and mountain biking routes lead through this stunning spruce forest which is also a major red squirrel refuge.
Based on 2 review(s)
Lancashire 18 May 2011
Its, clean/tidy/ toilet block clean.
Nice site not overcrowded.
Ideal dog walks, (don't forget your pooh bags tho!)
Ideal local shops - food/drink/cash point.
You are only approx 5 miles Lockerbie.
A few minutes off the Motorway,after a heavy drive or day !
Owners, Helpful and honest people.
Enjoy the STAY -Its worth every penny.
lancs 23 Feb 2009
We have been staying on this site and The Toilet/ Shower Block is kept spotless.Open field space for the kids to play sport, grass or H/S pitches are level
No clubhouse on site but the Cressfield Hotel next door do good food and the owners are always pleased to see you.
10 new static pitches are being constructed on the existing putting green/ football field reducing the play area unfortunately for campers and this will eventually obscure the lovely views the touring pitches had last year.
Still a nice stoppover site though (very close to the motorway!)
Cressfield Caravan Park, Ecclefechan, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland