Blair Mains

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We stayed here to 2 nights to visit both the Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel. Access is easy but also easy to miss and the approach road is not tarmacked so slow down. The water and waste facilities are rustic but usable. On the southern side of the firth is Grangemouth refinery which emits a background hum 24/7. If not for this it would be very quiet indeed. The nearby village of Culross should not be missed. No spoilers - go see it Visiting the Kelpies: The first car park is free, the nearer one costs £4 for the day. At Falkirk Wheel: Amazing piece of engineering. Parking is £3.50 / day.
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Nice little site

We used this little site for two nights to visit Culross, which is a very pretty village and about 25/30 minutes pleasant walk along the lane and the coastal path. The site does what it says on the tin, it has fresh water and a chemical disposal point. We were the only people there so it was lovely and quiet. We had a very good TV signal and phone and mobile signal. Would definitely come again.
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Great little sire

Great little site, a real gem. If you want peace, country sid3 greT walks and bike rides this is the place to come. Only 5 mi s from the village of Culross which is well worth going to. Lyn is very helpful and her home made ice cream a bonus. Will be back to this one.
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Lovely Site

Visited this site in August 2017, weather was fine, this is a little gem of a site, quiet, peaceful and a lovely spot. There is no Electric but this is an added attraction, we have a solar panel and we can use everything we need including the telly. The area is great for local attractions including the gorgeous village of Culross (Curuss) as the locals say. The Abbey cafe has devine treacle scones. The Falkirk wheel is a few miles away with lovely walks along the canal. Normally when I find a nice site like this I like to keep it to myself but I am worried about the loss of no electric sites. Please give them your support. So give this site a try you will love it. Margaret and Rob. Rob is a cyclist and he loved all the cycle tracks around

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Great CL

A lovely little CL with views of the Forth river. Very quiet and peaceful site in easy walking distance of the stunning village of Culross. A grassy field that requires blocks they also have matting for motorhomes if it gets too wet, should you need. Lovely homemade ice cream is also available from the very friendly owners.
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GOOD

Good CL if, like us, you are fans of basic quiet CLs. But DO NOT USE the TOMTOM CL file to find it, this takes you into the village of Culross instead with some narrow lanes.
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Little Gem

This site is a little gem, well off the road so no traffic noise, and has distant views of the Firth of Forth across the fields. We were made very welcome by all the Nelson family. They make their own luxury ice cream on the farm, which is available to purchase, and as you would expect it is very, very nice. There is lots of walking and traffic free cycling direct from the site, Culross the National Trust village, just one mile away is delightful with tea rooms and a very popular pub/restaurant. It is an excellent base to either just relax in the peace and quiet, or visit the numerous attractions close by. We booked for 5 nights but ended up staying for 15, and are looking forward to returning again soon. There are no mains here, but don't be put off, our solar panels kept the battery fully charged during our extended stay in September.  So please give this little site a try before we lose yet another "no mains site" from the network. You will not be disappointed.

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