A range of
activities for the
old & young alike.

Things to
See & Do

Our park is set in 24 acres of mature woodlands and is one of the most enviable spots on Scotland's west coast. The relaxing countryside atmosphere means that you enjoy your stay with us at a leisurely pace before exploring the multitude of attractions that await you in the surrounding area. We are proud of the environment that we have provided for our holiday visitors and holiday homeowners alike and are sure you will be impressed with the way each caravan has been placed to provide outstanding views.

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Bar & Restaurant

Visit our Café Bar with amazing views across to Dunoon from the beer garden. With a brilliant selection of food and drink, lots of friendly banter and entertainment at the weekend.


There's plenty of entertainment for the kids with our onsite playpark to keep them entertained.

Indoor Pool

Relax and swim in our onsite indoor pool at Cloch Leisure spa.


Work up a sweat in our onsite gym with panoramic views overlooking the River Clyde.

Weekend Entertainment

Enjoy weekend entertainment at our local Café Bar with amazing views across to Dunoon.

Dining & Wining

Visit many of Inverclyde's fine restaurants, cafes and bars to sample the best of local cuisine

Horse Riding

Kelburn Equestrian Centre is one of the largest in the West of Scotland and is only 20 minutes away. It also has a pets corner, an enchanted forest and beautiful woodlands walks.


There are a number of routes locally ideal for walking and hiking.


The Clyde is one of Scotland's most popular fishing waters for all types of fishing as are many other lochs and rivers within the Inverclyde and surrounding areas.


Experienced divers are regular visitors to the park due to the dozens of wrecks scattered along the Clyde coast.

Ferry Trips

There are two ferries operators, Western Ferries and Calmac Ferries, within minutes of the park which can help you take the getaway to the Highlands. You can visit a number of islands including the Isle of Bute and Cumbrae and the trip across takes only 20 minutes. Further afield is the island of Arran, which is often said to be Scotland in miniature and well worth a visit.


The Firth of Clyde, excellent for the more experienced, then if you need a little more training before taking to the high seas the lessons are available at the Castle Semple Activity Centre, part of the hugely popular Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. Nearby is our sister company Kip Marina where you will find some fantastic venues for dining to amazing views of the boats in the marina.


The surrounding area boasts courses in Gourock, Greenock, Skelmorlie, Troon, Turnberry and Prestwick.

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for Hire