Witches Craig Caravan & Camping Park is a beautiful five-star family holiday destination in the heart of Stirlingshire. The park is open from April to October every year and welcomes guests with touring caravans and tents. Hard standing pitches are available, along with pitches serviced with electric hook up.
Facilities available for guests to use on the park include an award-winning toilet and shower block, chemical waste disposal point, a laundrette, and washing up points. Grey water disposal is also available at the park, while campers have free use of covered cooking points. Free Wi-Fi internet is provided for guests during their stay, Calor Gas and Camping Gaz can be exchanged at the site, and while there is no on-site shop guests can order newspapers and milk from reception for delivery the next morning.
A children’s play area on the park means there is always something for little ones to do, while a large dog walking area is provided for families that have brought their pets along to stay at Witches Craig Caravan & Camping Park.
There are plenty of activities that can be enjoyed within walking distance of the site. Walking itself is one of the most popular pursuits enjoyed, with a variety of routes heading across the countryside and into woodland, while the Loch found within the grounds of the University of Stirling is popular for its waterside walks. Many of the trails in the area are also accessible on a bicycle, and many families choose to cycle around the local area to enjoy a fresh perspective.
Popular attractions found close by that tourists regularly walk to include the National Wallace Monument and Logie Kirk. The Ochil Hills can be reached from the park, with the lower slopes easy for all family members to navigate yet offering exceptional views and photo opportunities of the local area.
The MacRobert Art Centre is the place for culture lovers to go, with exhibitions, films, plays, and other shows regularly held throughout the year.
Guests that love sampling local produce when on holiday will enjoy the Blairmains Farm Shop, which stocks fresh food and delicacies as well as quirky gifts to take home for friends and family. The shop is also connected to an excellent café, the Coffee Bothy, where guests can enjoy drinks as well as snacks and main meals.
The reception area at the park doubles as a tourist information office and contains various brochures and leaflets regarding other activities and attractions found close by. The park is proud of the awards it has gained over the years, which include being graded Excellent and being a finalist in the Best Touring Park in Scotland awards, winning a David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation, and winning the National Loo of the Year Awards.
The beauty of staying in this part of Scotland is that several iconic cities and attractions are all within an hour’s drive. Culturally diverse Glasgow, Edinburgh with its world famous zoo, Perth, and St. Andrews are all reachable within an hour from the site. Those that don’t enjoy a long drive can find a wealth of attractions within 10 miles, including Dunblane Cathedral, Doune Castle, and Blair Drummond Safari Park.
Witches Craig Caravan & Camping Park is a great place for family tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Stirlingshire, with a range of activities and attractions nearby and other popular destinations within easy reach.
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National Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle, Old Town Jail, Tolbooth, Smith Art Gallery, Blair Drummond Safari Park, MacRobert's Arts Centre, Bannockburn Heritage Centre, Ochil Hills, Mill Trail, University of Stirling, Gartmorn Dam, City of Stirling
Strathclyde 05 Mar 2005
This is a very nice park. the shower block is very nice the only thing is you have to pay for a shower but i did get plenty of time to enjoy my morning shower. lots of recyling bins as well. Not within walking distance of a pub if you feel like a wee dram or pub meal ( you can drive to a nice pub and the meals were good) without driving. But this is a perfect place to get away from it all
Property manager response (18 Jan 2006)
Showers are now free.