Glenearly Caravan Park
Scotland, Lowlands, Dumfries and Galloway, Dalbeattie
- +44 1556 611393
- All year.
Alan Rogers Review
Rurally located, Glenearly has been tastefully developed from farmland into a touring and mobile home, all-year park. There are 115 marked, open pitches (39 for touring), all with 16A Europlug and TV, most on hardstandings. Seasonal units use some pitches. Walls and shrubs divide the touring section from the caravan holiday homes (two to rent), with mature trees around the perimeter. There are attractive views over the hills and forest of Barhill and buzzards, yellow wagtails, woodpeckers and goldfinch are some of the birds that can be seen, along with the park’s own donkeys and ponies.
This is a very well-kept and well-designed park, which would suit those looking for a quiet site in the country. The large games room, converted from an old barn, is excellent – heated and with plenty of chairs and tables for parents to supervise the activities.
A super play area suitable for all ages is conveniently situated behind the touring area. A ten minute stroll brings you into the small town of Dalbeattie. Just six miles from the park along the Solway coast is Kippford, a well known sailing centre from which you can walk the Jubilee Path (one mile) to Rockcliffe. Set in a bay, Rockcliffe has a small sandy beach, an excellent tea room and gift shop.
Situated in the centre of the touring area, the toilets and showers are fitted out to a high standard. Unit for disabled visitors and families. Laundry room with washing machines and dryer and an outside drying area. Motorhome services. Large games room. Play area. Max. 2 dogs accepted.
From Dumfries take A711 towards Dalbeattie. 6 miles beyond Beeswing, after passing sign for Edingham Farm, park is signed with entrance on right (beside a bungalow).Link to campsite location map on google
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