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Galabank

Galabank is an independent campsite set at an elevated position, overlooking the gleaming waters of the River Annan and Everholm Park. Look forward to serene riverside walks and access to the green football ground next door.

Queensberry Bay Holiday Park

Queensberry Bay Holiday Park is a scenic park ideally placed in the picturesque settings of South West Scotland. The beautiful area is often bypassed by adventurers seeking out the spectacular beauty of the Highlands and the stunning landscapes of Lake District.

Westlands Country Park

Westlands Country Park provides the thrills of fly fishing and clay pigeon shooting to create the ideal atmosphere for holidaymakers who want nothing more than to kick back and enjoy a relaxing break from the stress of modern life.

West Moss-Side

West Moss-Side is a member of the Camping and Caravaning Club, set out on a lovely working farm and livery stables. The quiet, peaceful site is the ideal spot for those in search of a relaxing getaway.

Cardoness Estate Holiday Park

The privately-owned Cardoness Estate Holiday Park is a fantastic spot for those with love for the beach. The site borders two miles of golden sand beaches and rocky coves opening up a wealth of serene coastal walks and plenty of space to kick back and unwind.

Loch Ken Holiday Park

The family-friendly Loch Ken Holiday Park rests in stunning countryside on the shores of the gleaming Loch Ken. Ideally sandwiched between the spectacular Galloway Forest Park and the lively town of Castle Douglas.

Lochside Caravan Park

Set in the very heart of Castle Douglas, Lochside Caravan Park rests beside the beautiful Carlingwark Loch and serves as an ideal base for exploration owing to its proximity to the A75 Euroroute.

Creetown Caravan Park

Beautifully positioned in the heart of Galloway, Creetown Caravan Park is the perfect spot to get away from it all. The relaxing site rests within the attractive village of Creetown.

Doon Park Caravan Park

Ideally placed on the outskirts of Kippford, Doon Caravan Park rests within one of the most beautiful seaside villages in Scotland and offers campers a lovely location to kick back and enjoy a glorious blend of serene settings and heaps of leisure activities nearby.

Gorsebank Camping Village

Enjoy the great outdoors on a glamping break courtesy of the Gorsebank Camping Village. This eighty-acre equestrian farm rests among the serene and scenic Galloway Hills, ideally set a mere two miles from the beach.

Islecroft Caravan and Camping Site

Small and sheltered, Islecroft Caravan and Camping Site is a lovely, peaceful site set out on 1.4 acres of flat land in proximity to the local shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs.

Maryport Holiday Park

Set just five minutes from the lovely village of Drummore, Maryport Holiday Park is Scotland’s most southerly campsite sitting directly on the water’s edge. The well-maintained holiday park provides guests with heavenly sea views that are visible across the site.

Auchenfranco Camping and Caravan Site

The small, Caravan and Club certified Auchenfranco Camping and Caravan Site extends over one and a half acres. It offers guests spacious pitches, romantic countryside views and heaps of seclusion owing to the flowerbeds.

Barnsoul Caravan Park

Wander into the roomy woodlands of Barnsoul Caravan Park and uncover a serene wildlife haven and camping site set within three-hundred acres of forest, farmland, paddocks, and ponds.

Lighthouse Leisure

The family-owned Lighthouse Leisure looks out over the sparkling Solway Firth and is an easy two-minute walk away from an inviting sandy beach and the oldest lighthouse in the nation.

Mossband Caravan Park

Small and family-friendly, Mossband Caravan Park rests in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway, making it an ideal position to discover the hidden delights of the area. The campsite once served as a railway station on the Dumfries to Dalbeattie railway line until the Beeching Report in 1963.

Open Gate Campsite

The picturesque Open Gate Campsite is an eco-friendly, wild camping farm site overlooking the lush landscapes of the Nith Valley. This site is an absolute must for anyone who loves the great wilds of Scotland.

The Park Of Brandedleys

Enjoying a spectacular elevated position over the rolling hills of the picturesque village of Crocketford, the Park Of Brandedleys is the ideal holiday retreat for those who want nothing more than to kick back in lush landscapes and fall in love with outstanding views looking out towards the glittering Auchenreoch Loch and the slopes beyond.

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Camp out in the stunning natural landscapes of Glencoe at the Red Squirrel Campsite. The beautiful campsite extends over twenty-two stunning acres of woodland, beside the sparkly River Coe and has served as a camping hotspot for outdoor enthusiast for over a decade.


The Camping and Caravanning Club Certified Broom Caravan and Campsite is a family-run business spread out over a serene two-hundred-acre estate just a stone’s throw from the beach.


Galabank is an independent campsite set at an elevated position, overlooking the gleaming waters of the River Annan and Everholm Park. Look forward to serene riverside walks and access to the green football ground next door.


Queensberry Bay Holiday Park is a scenic park ideally placed in the picturesque settings of South West Scotland. The beautiful area is often bypassed by adventurers seeking out the spectacular beauty of the Highlands and the stunning landscapes of Lake District.


Westlands Country Park provides the thrills of fly fishing and clay pigeon shooting to create the ideal atmosphere for holidaymakers who want nothing more than to kick back and enjoy a relaxing break from the stress of modern life.


West Moss-Side is a member of the Camping and Caravaning Club, set out on a lovely working farm and livery stables. The quiet, peaceful site is the ideal spot for those in search of a relaxing getaway.


The privately-owned Cardoness Estate Holiday Park is a fantastic spot for those with love for the beach. The site borders two miles of golden sand beaches and rocky coves opening up a wealth of serene coastal walks and plenty of space to kick back and unwind.


The family-friendly Loch Ken Holiday Park rests in stunning countryside on the shores of the gleaming Loch Ken. Ideally sandwiched between the spectacular Galloway Forest Park and the lively town of Castle Douglas.


Set in the very heart of Castle Douglas, Lochside Caravan Park rests beside the beautiful Carlingwark Loch and serves as an ideal base for exploration owing to its proximity to the A75 Euroroute.


Beautifully positioned in the heart of Galloway, Creetown Caravan Park is the perfect spot to get away from it all. The relaxing site rests within the attractive village of Creetown.


Ideally placed on the outskirts of Kippford, Doon Caravan Park rests within one of the most beautiful seaside villages in Scotland and offers campers a lovely location to kick back and enjoy a glorious blend of serene settings and heaps of leisure activities nearby.


Enjoy the great outdoors on a glamping break courtesy of the Gorsebank Camping Village. This eighty-acre equestrian farm rests among the serene and scenic Galloway Hills, ideally set a mere two miles from the beach.


Small and sheltered, Islecroft Caravan and Camping Site is a lovely, peaceful site set out on 1.4 acres of flat land in proximity to the local shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs.


Set just five minutes from the lovely village of Drummore, Maryport Holiday Park is Scotland’s most southerly campsite sitting directly on the water’s edge. The well-maintained holiday park provides guests with heavenly sea views that are visible across the site.


The small, Caravan and Club certified Auchenfranco Camping and Caravan Site extends over one and a half acres. It offers guests spacious pitches, romantic countryside views and heaps of seclusion owing to the flowerbeds.


Wander into the roomy woodlands of Barnsoul Caravan Park and uncover a serene wildlife haven and camping site set within three-hundred acres of forest, farmland, paddocks, and ponds.


The family-owned Lighthouse Leisure looks out over the sparkling Solway Firth and is an easy two-minute walk away from an inviting sandy beach and the oldest lighthouse in the nation.


Small and family-friendly, Mossband Caravan Park rests in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway, making it an ideal position to discover the hidden delights of the area. The campsite once served as a railway station on the Dumfries to Dalbeattie railway line until the Beeching Report in 1963.


The picturesque Open Gate Campsite is an eco-friendly, wild camping farm site overlooking the lush landscapes of the Nith Valley. This site is an absolute must for anyone who loves the great wilds of Scotland.


Enjoying a spectacular elevated position over the rolling hills of the picturesque village of Crocketford, the Park Of Brandedleys is the ideal holiday retreat for those who want nothing more than to kick back in lush landscapes and fall in love with outstanding views looking out towards the glittering Auchenreoch Loch and the slopes beyond.


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About Camping in Dumfries and Galloway

Campsite locations are displayed in the map below, the tiles can be opened to view the campsite.

Campsites in The Lowlands