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Loch Ken Holiday Park in Dumfries & Galloway

  • Touring Pitches
  • Paddle boarding at sunset
  • Tent Field
  • Park Activities
  • Herb Garden (Savoury & Aromatic)
  • Play Park
  • Boats for hire
  • fishing on the banks of Loch Ken
  • Loch Ken & Viaduct
  • Pike 7, Hire fleet unit
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Loch Ken Holiday Park is found on the shores of Loch Ken set amidst beautiful countryside.
This small well sheltered park is renowned for its friendliness and cleanliness. It is a quiet, rural camping and caravan park.
A peaceful haven in an area of outstanding beauty with a wealth of wildlife, with panoramic views over Loch Ken. Wild duck, swans and red kites are regular inhabitants.
Adjacent to the park are the RSPB bird reservation, the “Galloway Kite Trail” and the Galloway Forest Park which offers our visitors many opportunities to walk, climb, cycle and bird watch.
The camp site occupies ten acres on the boundary of the Bryson family, six hundred acre stock farm.
The fishing is excellent, many fishermen return each year to catch the famous Loch Ken pike, roach, bream and perch.
Parton is in the centre of Galloway with the delightful market "food town" of Castle Douglas, seven miles away, and the "art town" of Kirkcudbright fifteen miles away.

Park Facilities:

- Luxurious waterfront super deluxe and deluxe 2 & 3 bedroom holiday homes for hire
- Hardstanding waterfront touring and motorhome pitches with electric hook-ups
- 25 Touring pitches with Electric hook-ups
- An extensive tent field
- Tent pitches with electric hook-ups
- Seasonal heated toilet/shower block and modern covered dishwashing facility in tent field
- Private disabled toilet and shower
- Heated toilet block with family rooms, power showers and hair dryers.
- Laundry facility with washing and drying machines
- Two children’s play parks
- Football pitch
- Boats, kayaks, pedalos and sup boards for hire
- Reception/grocery shop on park open daily
- 24hrs information room
- FREE WIFI throughout the park
- Pets are welcome
- Herb Garden (Savoury & Aromatic)
- Excellent lochside fishing
- Boat launching facilities

Dumfries and Galloway covers an area of some 2,457 square miles. There are many different kinds of scenery found in the area - high hills, glens, woodlands, rivers, lochs and some 200 miles of coastline with many fine sandy beaches.
The region has a long and colourful history, is rich in archaeological sites, and has associations with many famous historic and literary figures.
Within the region, the quiet country roads offer unhurried touring opportunities.
The Dumfries and Galloway Tourist Guide lists 115 places of special interest. Included are the early Christian 'Whithorn Excavations', Priory and Museum' - the site of the first Christian church in Scotland; Sweetheart Abbey, nineteen castles, including Drumlanrig, the home of The Duke of Buccleuch; and eight gardens including the National Trust Garden at Threave, Castle Douglas.
There are a number of bird sanctuaries, 'open' farms, countryside parks and forest walks, plus many museums, craft workshops, galleries and other attractions. Robert Burns spent the last years of his life in Dumfries. He is buried in St Michael's churchyard in the town and the Burns centre beside the River Nith in Dumfries is worth visiting.
Visitors to Galloway are assured of a warm welcome - as one of the most remarked-upon attractions of the area is the friendliness of the local people.

David Bellamy Gold Award
4 Star Visit Scotland
4 Pendants AA
Countryside Discovery park
VisitScotland Thistle Caravans Award

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Reviews of Loch Ken Holiday Park

Fantastic site! Very big tent field with newly installed toilet/shower blocks. Friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Right next to Loch Ken for ease of access fishing, canoeing etc. Go back every year!
John Stoneman (20th Jan 2012)