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From the south: M6, A74, A75 to Castle Douglas, then A713.
From the north: M74, A701 to Dumfries, A75 to Castle Douglas, then A713
From Glasgow: M77 to Ayr, then A713 to Loch Ken Holiday Park
From Stranraer (Ireland): A75 to Newton Stewart, then A712 to New Galloway and A713 to Loch Ken Holiday Park
There are a number of bird sanctuaries, 'open' farms, countryside parks and forest walks, plus many museums, craft workshops, galleries and other attractions.
With Children : the Cream O' Galloway Ice Cream visitor Centre has ice cream tasting and indoor and outdoor activities for children, the Cocoabean Company where kids can make chocolate creations in interactive workshops or Mabie Farm Park that offers a fun day out for all the family.
Early Christian 'Whithorn Excavations', 'Priory and Museum' - the site of the first Christian church in Scotland; Sweetheart Abbey, nineteen castles, including Drumlanrig, the home of The Duke of Buccleuch; Robert Burns House, and eight gardens including the National Trust Garden at Threave, Castle Douglas.
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