Turnberry is a static caravan park on the Ayrshire coast, open for ten months of the year, from March to January. There is a wide range of modern mobile homes available to buy and rent. Accommodation options are also available for disabled visitors. The park is located between Turnberry and Girvan along Scotland’s popular west coast route, close to sandy beaches and in the heart of truly beautiful countryside. Historic attractions, which include the birthplace of Robert Burns and Culzean Castle, are close by. The world-class golf course at Turnberry Hotel, which has been home to the Open Championship, is nearby.
However, for most golfing holidaymakers the more realistic option is one of the numerous affordable golf courses that will suit for a quick round, or a genuine golfing break. There are courses in Girvan, with shops, bars and restaurants in town to keep the golfing widow or widower happy. Walkers and cyclists will be in their element at this park with such spectacular scenery to explore, and the less energetic will be equally spoilt for choice when setting out in their cars.