If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday, Carradale is for you. If you want a holiday with something for all the family to do, as individuals or together, try us.
There are cosy log cabins or luxury caravans for hire if you would like to stay on this secluded south facing sandy bay. Or you can bring your own caravan, motorhome or tent to these golden sands, where the river Carra runs down to the sea.
Highly graded by the Scottish Tourist Board, and winner of the Best Caravan and Camping Park Tourism Award ,plus an AA award for Attractive environment for five years running. This park is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and quiet.
All village amenities well within walking distance.
Electrical hook up points for tourers
Gas cylinders available
Car parking beside caravans
Shower, telephone facilities available onsite
Fishing, sailing, golf and pony-trekking facilities nearby
Safe bathing froma gently shelving sheltered beach.
Bring and launch your own small boat.
Sea fishing from the rocks or river fishing in the Carra.
Walking or mountain biking from the park on easy to follow waymarked walks from 1 - 16 miles or across rougher terrain for the yomping enthusiast.
Visit the seal colony or the heronry or the adjacent conservation area with its feral goats and 200 species of birds.
See the otter and deer that come onto the park and the dolphins that are in the bay every June, or watch the buzzards tumbling and look out for the magnificent eagles
Based on 3 review(s)
fife 21 Aug 2014
not sure if i should write this or keep it a secret,anyway just home after 7 nights in heaven. access to this site is not easy,15 miles of single track road from campbeltown. this has to be the best site for a piecefull and most relaxing break ever. the shower block is kept spotless,great site for dogs walking on the beach,walking in nearby forest tracks.nellie b cafe at entrance to site does brilliant home cooking.will return to this site very soon.
United Kingdon 20 Jun 2014
Excellent site location, within a stroll to the beach. Toilet / shower facilities are clean and spacious. Site is split into different sections with gorse bushes defining the areas. This creates an atmosphere of "privacy".
UK 18 Apr 2011
Peaceful and relaxing. After a long drive with many twists and sharp gradients, you are greeted on arrival by the site owner who is friendly and helpful. You quickly learn to slow down and appreciate the idyllic surroundings which include a huge clean beach adjacent to the site. Forest/woodland walks keep up the appeal of relaxing and soaking up the feeling of timeless tranquility, reminiscent of a bygone era. There are a few local restaurants (our favourite is the Ashbank) and a main store in Carradale which sells most essentials.
The shower blocks are clean and fresh. The water supply is very laid back and relaxed - be prepared for a long wait when you fill your water carrier!
A great place to unwind - we're going back.