Castle Point is a small site 300 yards from the sea.
The attractive beaches at Castle Point, Rockcliffe, and Glenstocken Cove are short walks from the site.
Castle Point itself is the site of an ancient fort built on a headland at the
estuary of the river Urr. The headland provides panoramic views across to the Lake District, the Isle of Man, Heston Island, Rough Island and up the estuary to
Kippford. There are lovely walks from the site - over the cliffs from Castle Point, along the
Merse to Rockcliffe, along the Jubilee Path to the sailing village of Kippford (coffee or beer at the pub at the harbour), and up the Muckle
Knowe and Mote of Mark (a 5th Century fort). When the tide is out it is possible to walk from the site across to the
bird sanctuary of Rough Island. Information on walks around the site and in Galloway can be found at Walks in Galloway . This site also provides maps.
The site is very close to the 7 Stanes cycling path. We offer a locking cycle shed for bikes (and a drying room if it is wet). For the nearby purpose built mountain bike trail and cycle tracks in the forestry see 7 Stanes and YouTube video and
Nearest Cycle Trail .
Several 9 and 18 hole golf courses, with non member access, are nearby. The closest 18 hole is at Colvend Golf Club.
walkers Screel, Bengairn, Cairnsmore of Fleet, and Criffel are close;
in the Galloway National Park (three hundred square miles) Merrick
and Mulwharcher are within easy travelling distance, see hill walking in Galloway .
This is also famous for its dark sky. The sky around the site is also dark.
To obtain a price please select one of the following:-
Price for Hiring a Static Caravan
Price for a Touring or Camping Pitch
Our off-site storage facility is available for summer storage of caravans to new and existing guests of Castle Point.
It is intended for customers who intend to spend the majority of their caravan holidays on our site.
The fee is £2.50 per night. Minimum period 1 week.