This site is set in a beautiful park about ten minutes walk from the centre of the popular seaside resort of Ayr. Entertainments cater for all ages and there is a shoppers' creche where children can be left safely. Ayrshire is known as 'The Golf Coast' because of the 40 courses in the area. You can learn about 'Rabbie Burns', the greatest Scottish poet with the Burns Heritage Trait right on the doorstep and The Tam O'Shanter Experience at Alloway. History fans will enjoy Vikingar at Largs, with its tales of Viking days of yore, and there are many more treats not far away.Open from:
Non Members Admitted. No Tents. All pitches are hardstanding. Parent/baby room available on site, including baby changing. Dog walk.
Burns Heritage Trail
Firth of Clyde Cruises
Based on 2 review(s)
scotland 18 May 2010
Been to the site before the previous years so i highly recommend it.having a young family we enjoyed the park which kept them amused The pitches are spotless and very well maintaines as you would expect from the Caravan Club.Hard to believe you are within a short walking distance of Ayr itself.Great central point for exploring Ayrshire.Recommnend visiting the Heads of Ayr Animal Farm which not only has unusal animals but every activity for toddlers to teenagers.If on a tight budget take your own packed lunch.back to Craigie Gardens when we where there there was a great mix of caravaners and as always toilets excellent condition.When you find a site like this you keepon returning an that is what we will be doing this year.
Craigie Gardens Caravan Club Site
, Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland
Airdrie Scotland 16 Aug 2009
This site is worth the caravan club membership its self its easy to find , great for walking, great for acess to Ayr its self and the area.
the site is very clean and well kept.
The site is surrounded by high trees so its well protected.
we will be back soon.
Craigie Gardens Caravan Club Site, Ayr, Ayrshire