Witches Craig Caravan Park
Scotland, Heart of Scotland, Stirling
- +44 1786 474947
- 1 April - 31 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Witches Craig is a neat and tidy park, nestling under the Ochil Hills. All 60 pitches have 10A electricity and hardstanding, seven of these being large (taking American-style motorhomes easily). Reasonably level, the park covers five well maintained acres with the grass beautifully manicured. Being by the A91, there is some daytime road noise. Trees have been planted to try to minimise this but the further back onto the park you go, the less the traffic is heard. The area has a wealth of historic attractions, starting with the Wallace Monument which practically overlooks the park. Its 220 ft. tower dominates the surrounding area and the climb up its 246 steps gives spectacular views. Stirling is known as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’ and its magnificent castle is world renowned.
Seven residential park homes are well kept and surrounded by flowering shrubs.
The modern, heated toilet block is well maintained, and includes one cubicle with washbasin and WC each for ladies and men. Free controllable showers. Baby bath and mat. Good unit for disabled campers. Drive-over motorhome service point. Laundry with free fridge/freezer facilities. Bread, milk, drinks and papers are available daily (supermarket 2.5 miles). Large fenced play area. Field for team games. Free WiFi.
Park is on the A91, 3 miles northeast of Stirling.Link to campsite location map on google
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