Dumfries and Galloway Club Campsite

Gateway to Scotland, the region of Dumfries and Galloway is stunning with its mountains and attractive seaside resorts along the extensive 200 mile coastline.

There is much to see and do for the visitor including exotic gardens, picturesque villages, fine landscapes, castles and monuments. Visit the museum at Gretna Green and learn about its famous past, or take a stroll along the Solway Firth and marvel at the stunning sunsets.

10 Must-Visit Castles in Scotland

Photo by Club member, Neville Long

From Kilchurn Castle to the royal estate of Balmoral, discover Scotland's best castles to visit on your next trip.

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Mull of Galloway

A motorhome tour of secret Scotland

Explore parts of Scotland in tranquil locations, with breathtaking scenery and just et away from it all.

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Edinburgh Castle

A west to east trip of Scotland

Taking in the attractions from west to east, of Scotland's most popular areas including Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best caravan and camping sites in Dumfries & Galloway?

Our Club campsites in Dumfries and Galloway are both situated in picturesque locations, with the coastal Club campsite of New England Bay on the shore of Luce Bay. Whereas our Garlieston Club campsite gives you easy access to the rural charms of Garlieston village, as well as having a beautiful view of Rigg Bay.

Where can I camp with a tent in Dumfries & Galloway?

Our lovely coastal Club campsite, New England Bay, on the shore of Luce Bay, welcome tent camping.