Situated on one of the best beaches on the Kintyre Peninsular, this spacious caravan park boasts superb panoramic views over the sea and surrounding countryside that are sure to take your breath away.
Families have been camping at Carradale for their summer holidays for generations. Since the early days of the steamers coming down the Clyde from Glasgow and landing at Carradale Harbour, filling guest houses and bothies with summer visitors. We have come a long way from having the Boys Brigade camping on the Carradale Estate by the beach to what we offer now. With a beautifully sculptured family run small holiday park offering a mix of touring pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents. We also offer self catering accommodation in our log cabins and static caravans.
First and foremost, lots of rest and relaxation!
The backdrop of forest and hills provides endless scope for walking, from rugged scrambles, to the easy to follow waymarked forestry paths, as well as fantastic coastal routes.
The forestry commission provide mountain bike routes for the hardy, or try a gentle ride through the Carradale Estate and surrounding areas.
Kintyre is home to five superb challenging, yet unique, golf courses and boasts some of the best courses in Scotland. Click here for more information.
Very safe bathing and a mile of golden sand for the children to dig to their hearts content. Easy launching of your own boat, kayak, or board. Dolphins, porpoise, occasional whale and of course the gentle giant basking shark, are all seen along our coastline.
Sea fishing from the rocks and harbour or boat trips can be arranged. The river Carra runs along the edge of the site and has a run of Salmon and Sea Trout for the game angler. Wild brown trout and stocked rainbows fishing is available on Tangy and Lussa Lochs. Daily and weekly tickets are available from the site office.
The local trekking centre is available for novices to the more experienced rider for organized treks and beach rides.
Carradale Point, with its herd of feral goats. Bird life in abundance, deer, otters and seals, as well as eagles and buzzards tumbling overhead. We are fortunate that our location offers so much wildlife. We run and manage the site in a way that encourages the nature, flora and fauna which is here in profusion.
There are many more things to do locally
Kintyre and Mid Argyll are steeped in history. Why not visit one of the many castles which dot the landscape, or investigate the standing stones which litter Mid Argyll. Visit Davaar Island see the Crucifixion cave painting. Take a day trip to Arran, Islay, Jura or Gigha. Visit "the Mull" and its awe inspiring 1000ft cliffs.
And for the less active
Just sit back and enjoy the views.
Whist online booking offers advantages and is easier for the accommodation provider we still prefer talking to our guests to ensure we can offer the holiday experience and any special requirements that is expected. So to make a booking or simply ask a question please call us on 01583 431665 or complete our enquiry form and we will telephone you.
Click here to watch a video filmed by one of our regular visitors
Feel free to email us at any time to say hello!
Alternatively, give us a call on:
+44 1583 431 665