Things to do At the Walled Garden Caravan Park, Ayr

At our site


Relax and enjoy the beautiful woodland walks and the diversity of wildlife


Separate play area for children


Separate area outside the park walls for ball games


Small putting green


Play equipment for under 10’s

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.

Dark Sky Park Galloway



Swimming pools at Maybole and Ayr


Sea and loch fishing


Golf – municipal and private courses abound


Galloway Forest Cycle tracks


Culzean Castle and Country Park


Beaches at Girvan and Croy bay


Local fishing on River Girvan


Electric brae


Trips to Ailsa Craig from Girvan, a bird sanctuary and former granite quarry for curling stones


Various craft workshops


Cycling on safe quiet roads


Sawney Bean’s cave near Ballantrae


Pony Trekking and Riding


Robert Burns birthplace museum


Maybole 5 miles, Girvan 9 miles, Ayr 14 miles

The Ayrshire Alps

The Walled Garden is ideally situated for those cyclists out there who wish to tackle the “Ayrshire Alps”.

The hill roads of South Carrick make up the ultimate road cyclist’s playground. Popularly referred to as ‘The Ayrshire Alps’, the terrain offers fantastic scenery, cycle friendly roads, and a tough cycling challenge.

Find out more at

The Ayrshire Alps