Three Lochs Holiday Park with its relaxing atmosphere, calm setting and wide range of facilities and activities, this static caravan park in Scotland is the perfect holiday or short break destination for all the family. With a wide range of activities available, from fishing and horse riding to swimming and shooting, you will be so busy having fun you’ll never want to leave!
There’s so much to do at Three Lochs Holiday Park! Whether you want an activity holiday or just to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings, Three Lochs has it all covered! Nestled in a quiet corner of South-West Scotland at the edge of the Galloway Forest, this fantastic family holiday park is set against a dramatic backdrop of fishing lochs and sprawling woodland.
Have you ever dreamed about getting away from it all and enjoying the outdoor life in a place where you can spend precious time with your loved ones? Would you like to make new friends, enjoy your favourite hobbies or try your hand at new skills? Do you dream about retreating from the stresses of everyday life to a place where nature is abundant and stunning scenery and clean, fresh air surround you? If so, then look no further than Three Lochs Holiday Park.
Three Lochs has earned the coveted AA Award for Environmental Excellence and the David Bellamy Conservation Award every year since 2000. The park is a haven for wildlife and was recently selected by conservationist Professor David Bellamy to receive his highest accolade, the prestigious Gold Award, granted only to holiday parks which have demonstrated a sound commitment to protecting the natural world, preserving wildlife habitats and the countryside environment. If you want your family to experience wide open spaces, clean air and have the opportunity to learn about the simple pleasures of the countryside then Three Lochs is the place to come.
Rental Season Three Lochs Holiday Park is open all year.
Balminnoch, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire, Scotland, DG8 0EP
From the south/east – take the M74/M8 past Glasgow, then change to the M898 to the Erskine Bridge, then take the A82.Explore the Dumfries and Galloway region