Moffat Camping and Caravanning Club Siteis situated on the banks of the River Annan in the heart of the picturesque Scottish county of Dumfries and Galloway. The park is open throughout the year so tourists can come and stay with us and explore this magical landscape at their leisure; we welcome motorhomes, tents, and touring campers onto our site, which also welcomes the family pets.
On site we provide a range of conveniences to ensure you have a comfortable stay, with electric hook-ups and Wi-Fi internet available across the park and facilities for washing up, laundry, and chemical waste disposal available, too.
As you might expect in Scotland, there are plenty of opportunities for enjoying outdoor activities, with fishing in the river, walks along the riverbank, and golf at the nearby Moffat Golf Club among the most popular things to do while staying at our park. You can walk into the town of Moffat easily from our site, and check out a place that was home to many legends of Scottish history, including Robert the Bruce and William Wallace. The town is famous for its bright floral displays and range of specialist local shops that sell as much fun and quirky stuff as you could ever hope to discover.
During the summer months, the local pub has regular evenings of live entertainment on offer, including Scottish music and dancing. The town is also host to several events throughout the year that offer fun and enjoyment for the whole family. For those that love the outdoors but don’t want to take on the raw and rough terrain that can easily be found around Moffat, the Dawyck Botanic Garden is a great place to spend a day looking around and taking in a number of plant species.
There are a large number of walking trails available around the park. You can choose a gentle stroll along the River Annan past the local fishing spots, head into woodland, or opt for something more challenging that is offered by the rolling countryside and gentle hills in this part of the country. A short drive to the south will take you to the Dumfries and Galloway coastline as well as to the Scottish Borders region. The famous town of Gretna has a huge outlet shopping centre where you can buy leading brands and ridiculously competitive discounts, ensuring you leave your holiday with far more luggage than you arrived with!
Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Parent and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
Moffat town was home to William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Air Chief Marshall Lord Hugh Dowding. It is known for its floral displays and has many specialist shops, including the Moffat Toffee Shop.
There is live, traditional Scottish music at the local pub during the summer. There are many other local events during the year, including a Classic Car rally in June.
The Dawyck Botanic Garden near Peebles is one of the Royal Botanic Gardens of Scotland. Way-marked trails wind through its collections, which include some of the tallest trees in Britain.
Grey Mare's Tail Nature Reserve is home to a spectacular 200ft waterfall in a dramatic moorland setting.
Gretna Gateway Outlet Village has 50 shops, offering discounts of up to 50 per cent on high street prices.
Dalescone Farm Fun has a large indoor play area with ball pools and slides as well as plenty of outdoor play equipment to keep the children occupied.
Kagyu Samye Ling at Eskdalemuir is Europe's oldest Tibetan Buddhist Monastery and is open to day visitors.
Wanlockhead is the highest village in Scotland. The Museum of Lead Mining shows the history of the local industry.
The Southern Upland Way was Britain’s first coast-to-coast long distance footpath. It passes less than a mile from the Club Site.
The Camera Obscura in Dumfries is on the top floor of the old windmill.
Fishing is available at the Hammerlands Centre, next to the site.
The woollen mill next to the site has a weaving exhibition and a tearoom.
New Lanark World Heritage Site includes a beautifully restored 18th century cotton mill.
Based on 6 review(s)
Scotland 01 Aug 2014
We needed a couple of days away for hectic Glasgow during the commonwealth games and this fitted the bill perfect
From the moment we arrived the wardens were great !
All the site is immaculate and well kept and the inevitable inspection of showers and toilets didn't disappoint
The two dog walks here were perfect too
The site is perfectly situated for a wee stroll to the lovely town itself (I am disabled and found it good)
We will definitely be returning as it's only just under an hour for us
Selkirkshire 11 Nov 2011
We stayed 1 night and was so impressed at the cleanliness & frinedliness of the staff we're returning today for 3 more nights. We arrived at 7pm but were welcomed. The shower block has several showers, toilets & even individual enclosures for washbasins. The site is well laid out. It is a short walk to the town which has a warm, charming character. We have no reservations in recommending this well kept site!
Glasgow 19 Jun 2011
First trip in our van we decided to do an stay as a trial run. Glad we chose this site, staff were very helpful and friendly, our hook up cable was short but not a problem we were able to borrow one. Toilets and showers were very clean, nice quiet site considering the number of caravans. The site is situated within a lovely town with some really nice little shops The only downside for us was the price, 24 pounds for 1 night seems a little steep.
Stirlingshire 28 May 2011
We have visisted this site numerous times over the past 7 years. Our 2 sons were just toddlers when we first used this site and they loved the freedom and space around. Now 7 years on they still love staying here - they love to walk to see the sheep and donkey in the nearby field which runs alongside the pathway to the garden centre - which has a lovely coffee shop by the way! The site is spotlessly clean, well maintained and very peaceful with hills all around. There is a well stocked Co-op just a short walk away, and the town centre, with it's interesting mix of shops, is a short walk in the other direction. The fact we've gone back to the site again and again says it all.
scotland ayrshire 01 Apr 2011
VERY CLEAN SITE, BEAUTIFUL VIEWS,OWNER'S VERY PLEASANT & HELPFUL.WILL CERTAINLY BE VISITING AGAIN.TOILETS WERE VERY CLEAN,NICE & QUIET IN MARCH,OUR DOG HAD A GREAT TIME AS WELL.SHORT WALK INTO TOWN WHERE YOU CAN FIND A TOFFEE SHOP FULL OF OLD FASHIONED SWEETS,IDEAL FOR COUPLES & families
East Lothian 26 Oct 2008
Clean site quite large being 180 units. Bit noisy in the summertime although not to extremes. Clean toilets and showers, all facilities available to all. Will be visiting again in the year maybe late November or early 2009 very good to find an all year round site nearby, very good overall great for walking and plenty to see and do.
Moffat Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Moffat, Borders, Scotland