The park is an attractive and exceptionally well-maintained park right in the heart of Braveheart Country.
This friendly and scenic park is overlooked by the dramatic Wallace Monument while the Ochil Hills dramatically ascend from the rear of the park and stretch eastward as far as the eye can see.
The park is a family run business and Alistair, Veda and Veda-Jane Stephen’s dedication to quality is testified to by the accolade of being graded Excellent and Runner-up for the 2003 Best Touring Park in Scotland and being listed in Britain’s top 50 Touring Parks by the readers of Caravan Life.
This said, the park’s greatest commendation is the number of satisfied customers who return year after year.
Both caravanners and campers are welcome. Facilities are excellent - the heated toilet and shower block have been nominated ‘Loo of the Year’ every year since awards began.
Dogs on a lead are welcome and there is a ‘Dog’ wood set aside for their exercise.
The park sits snugly against the hills and covering 5 acres it has a pleasant open feel.
This historic area provides a wealth and diversity of attractions which begin right on our doorstep with the Wallace Monument and The Old Stirling Bridge - site of William Wallace's historic victory in 1297. Stirling itself is known as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’.
Within a 10 mile radius of Witches Craig places of interest include Castle Campbell, Doune Castle, Dunblane Cathedral, Blairdrummond Safari Park, Falkirk Wheel, Museums and Parks.
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