Culzean Castle Camping and Caravanning Club Site, which is one of the most picturesque caravan parks in Ayrshire, can be found in the grounds of Culzean Castle itself, and offers stunning views of the West Scotland coast and out into the sea. Our park is open from late March until early November, and welcomes motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents onto site.
We are a family friendly, pet welcoming park, with everything you need on site for a comfortable and relaxing stay. The obvious essentials like electric hook-ups and Wi-Fi internet are available to all throughout their stay, while laundry, chemical waste disposal, and washing up facilities are also available. An on-site shop stocking all your conveniences and essentials means that you never have to leave Culzean Castle Camping and Caravanning Club Site during your stay if you don’t wish to, you can simply fall in love with and enjoy the site and surrounding castle grounds.
The castle grounds, which themselves are within a country park, hold regular events throughout the year, so you’ll never have to venture far for entertainment and family fun. The area is a popular destination with family tourists from across the United Kingdom, so you’ll find many activities that are aimed towards children and at giving them a great experience in this beautiful part of the world. The park itself covers 600 acres, with miles of coastal trails and woodland to explore – if you stay at the site you get discounted entry to explore the surroundings as much as you desire.
The Electric Brae outside of Ayr is a famous attraction throughout Scotland. You just drive to the bottom of the hill, put your car in neutral and sit amazed as you roll uphill! You can enjoy fishing at the nearby Mochrum Loch, while there are also sea fishing trips and coastal tours available in the town of Ayr itself.
Burns Country Smokehouse is a must visit attraction for anyone who loves their food, especially smoked meats and salmon. Buy some amazing local produce to take home as a memory of your trip and try it in the adjoining café. Many world famous golf courses are close to the park including Prestwick, Turnberry, and several more that are great for playing the game as well as for enjoying unrivalled views of the stunning, unspoiled Scottish coastline.
A stay at our Ayrshire caravan park gives you access to the coast, the countryside, and a whole range of activities that will bring you back year after year.
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Culzean Castle and Country Park hosts many events, including children’s activities, Scottish country dancing and several music festivals. Managed by the National Trust for Scotland, the Park covers nearly 600 acres of Ayrshire’s finest woodland and coastal paths. Campers are entitled to discounted entrance fees.
The Castle’s Visitor Centre is a ten-minute walk from the site.
The Burns Heritage Park includes the poet’s family cottage and a museum, holding the original manuscript of Auld Lang Syne.
Put your car in neutral and marvel as your car apparently rolls uphill at the Electric Brae between Dunure and Croy Bay.
Crossraguel Abbey is one of the country’s best preserved abbey ruins.
Fishing is available at Mochrum Loch.
Ayr Racecourse is Scotland’s leading racecourse, holding regular meetings. Car boot sales and a market take place at the weekend.
The Waverley, the world’s last sea-going paddlesteamer, sails from Ayr.
Burns Country Smokehouse produces smoked meat and salmon. It is open to visitors and has an award-winning café.
Some of Scotland’s best golf courses are nearby, including Turnberry, host to the 2009 British Open, Troon, Prestwick and Western Gailes.
The Scottish Maritime Museum at Irvine includes the intriguing Shipyard Workers Tenement Flat and the Museum Boatshop on the harbourside.
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