The Walled Garden Touring Park Caravanning, Motorhoming and Camping in South Ayrshire

Our Historic Park Bring your caravan, camper or tent and join us

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Dot and Barry are looking forward to welcoming visitors old and new with your touring caravans, motor homes and tents. Whether you want to explore local attractions or just relax and unwind in our park’s tranquil setting, our aim is to provide the very best of personal service and Scottish hospitality.The Walled Garden Caravan and Camping Park is set in the unspoilt beauty of the River Girvan valley which is in Carrick, Ayrshire. Surrounded by beautiful countryside we are only 9 miles from the coast.

Steeped in history, we are ideally situated for visiting Culzean CastleBurns Cottage and Crossraguel Abbey.

Ayr (14miles) offers great shopping, a beach/play park, Ayr Racecourse, Scottish Championship football at Ayr United and lots more.

You will be spoilt for choice when eating out, with a range of food to tempt all tastes! –  Souters Inn, Kirkmichael Arms and many more are all within 10 miles.

For lovers of the outdoors there are walking trails and cycle tracks – we are 3 miles from the National Cycle Network – nine miles away Turnberry Adventures offers a range of outdoor pursuits and the wildlife around our park includes, otters, deer, Kingfishers and squirrels.

Dark Sky – Whilst we have our own ‘dark sky’ above  our park only 15 miles away is the world’s first large public use observatory within a gold tier Dark Sky Park at Craigengillan Estate, Dalmellington. Its location, on the edge of the Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park, set up in 2009 by Forestry Commission Scotland, means that it enjoys some of the darkest skies in the world; the park itself being one of only ten in the world to be recognised by the International Dark-sky Association. Countless stars, the Milky Way, shooting stars, planets, comets and the Northern Lights are all visible from the area.   The new observatory will provide a spectacular opportunity to view and appreciate the night sky through state-of-the art telescopes and imaging equipment.

For those of you that can’t resist the call of the sea the paddle steamer The Waverley sails from Ayr and Girvan with day cruises to the Lochs and Isles of the West of Scotland.

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What Others Say About Us

  • Stayed here for one night after walking the West Highland Way. This was the perfect place for us to rest and make use of all the facilities the campsite has to offer. Good price and friendly staff. Highly recommended this peaceful place. Thanks

    Jolene Lewis
  • Had a lovely couple of days here. Beautiful grounds and the toilet facilities are kept immaculate.
    But the icing on the cake was the staff, everyone was so very friendly and helpful. One staff member even went out of his way to give us a flask of hot water to make tea, while we erected our tent in a short downpour. And Caroline (another staff member) also gave my wife antihistamines and cream to help her after we had been bitten by midges at another campsite elsewhere. I would definitely go back again.

    King Henrik (via Google)
  • Had two nights here just wish could of stayed longer such a lovely site the owners are great. help you out anyway they can. the walks are excellent and added bonus was all the stars on the clear night overall defo will be returning.

    Darren Green
  • We were fortunate enough to spend a few days at this gorgeous caravan park, it's hidden away in the middle of fantastic countryside and next to a magical woodland just waiting to be explored. Perfect for relaxing (luckily for us it was mainly sunny), gentle walks along the lanes and through the woods or cycling, although my other half complained about the hill😂
    Perfect for a couple's retreat

    Andrew Watts
  • Had a nice short break at the Walled Garden Caravan Park in May. Lovely site in a beautiful setting. A very clean, well looked after site with good facilities. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Will return again soon.

    Michael Burns