Skip the airport crowds, delays and queues this summer and discover some of Scotland’s hidden gems. With spectacular scenery, sandy beaches and fantastic views off the beaten track, you can truly escape this summer with no worries on holiday.
If you’re a castle buff, you’ll be in awe of Culzean Castle on the West coast of Scotland. Boasting spectacular architecture, this castle is a 16th century masterpiece, and looks like it’s come straight out of a fairy-tale. Legend has it, its home to around 7 ghosts including a piper and a servant girl! Located just a 50 minute’s drive from Viewfield Manor Leisure Park, it’s a fantastic castle to explore.
2. Isle of Arran
Explore the Isle of Arran this summer and hike up the beautiful hidden gem of Goatfell. The Isle of Arran is a beautiful island just off the west coast of Scotland, so another amazing day trip when on holiday at Viewfield Manor Leisure Park. Catch the 55-minute ferry from Ardrossan, for just £5! Next, take the bus to Arran Brewery, which is at the start of the trail up Goatfell, and you can hike to the top and take in the fantastic scenery of the Isle of Arran, right across to the mainland Scotland.
3. Tay Forest Park
Tay Forest Park, home to some of Scotland’s best loved viewpoints and the countries tallest trees, you can see for miles across the Perthshire highlands. Just 15 minute’s drive from Erigmore Leisure Park, you can discover true beauty at this wonderful hidden gem in Scotland.
4. Cove Harbour
Cove Harbour is a charming and idyllic spot, well worth a visit when on holiday at Pease Bay or Thurston Manor. Cove Harbour is a true hidden gem in Scotland, as it’s only reachable by walking through a tunnel, that’s carved out of the cliffside. The perfect peaceful spot to spend a few hours, with your pets and family, soaked in rich history it’s a must see.
5. Calder Mill Waterfall
If you love waterfalls, you must check out Calder Mill Waterfall, a beautiful, peaceful place to visit in west Scotland. The perfect spot for a dip and a swim on a glorious summer’s day, and just over 20 minutes away from Viewfield Manor Leisure Park.
6. Fast Castle
Are you a fan of castles, and also love amazing views? You need to visit Fast Castle, just 15 minute’s drive from Coldingham Bay and Scoutscroft Leisure Parks. The ruins of Fast Castle sit on a steep slope on the south east coast of Scotland, Berwickshire border. Visit this place as the suns going down, for the most perfect glistening golden glow across the sea from the castle ruins. This spot is truly one of the best of Scotland’s hidden gems.
The last time I was in Dunkeld or Birnam – the two villages right next to Erigmore Leisure Park – was over 30 years ago, when I was in my early teens. The only thing I remember about Dunkeld from then is how picturesque it was. I certainly don’t remember a thriving food scene.
It’s still as picturesque now – this part of Perthshire will always be one of the most scenic regions of Britain, and the village’s whitewashed buildings are elegant enough to enhance their environment. What has changed, for the better, is the surprisingly wide – for such a small place – range of quality cafes, bakeries and restaurants.
On our first morning at Erigmore, we ambled along the Tay river path into Dunkeld: an enjoyable 20-minute stroll straight past the famous Birnam Oak and the equally impressive Birnam Sycamore. We wanted to check out the village and sort ourselves out some lunch, but we hadn’t given our plans much more thought than that.
At about eleven o’clock, there was already a queue outside the stylish-looking Aran Bakery. And then we spotted, slightly further up the main drag, on the other side, Nova Botanics, a combined café and florist. We had happy memories of another florist-come-café from a holiday to Lisbon, but we – unfairly, as it soon turned out – weren’t anticipating such on-trend sophistication in sleepy Perthshire.
The interior was Scandi stylish, while the coffee, the tea, our daughter’s hot chocolate, the pastries and the Portuguese custard tarts were excellent. Our dog was made very welcome – a recurrent theme of the weekend. And it turned out that the Portuguese connections were no coincidence, as they continue into Nova’s creative director’s cultural heritage.
The sandwiches on the bar looked amazing. I – only half-jokingly – suggested staying after our coffee and cake and going straight into lunch. But we resisted that particular temptation.
After checking out the flowers and gift shop area, we had an enjoyable stroll around the town – past other tempting-looking establishments, like the Scottish Deli, and the Clootie Dumpling, which my mother speaks very highly of – and then grabbed takeaway lunch from Aran Bakery. It was clear why those queues had been there earlier. We had delicious sausage rolls and also a tenderstem broccoli, feta and harissa sandwich on sourdough, which was as tasty as it is unconventional-sounding.
In the evening, our whole family group – seven of us; eight including the dog – went to Z’s Bistro, at the Atholl Arms hotel. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but the interior was attractive and comfortable, our service was very good and the food – we each had different dishes, from the extensive menu – was all high quality. Such an extensive menu can sometimes be a bad omen, but that certainly wasn’t the case for us here.
I thoroughly enjoyed my tuna steak Niçoise salad – there were plenty of seafood options on the menu – and then my apple crumble. Susi’s venison sausages with puy lentils, broccoli and sliced potatoes was rich, gamey and delicious.
And then, on our final morning, something a bit different, less trendy than Nova and less fancy than Z’s, and extremely close to Erigmore: breakfast at Birnam Post Office. Or, to be more specific, Chattan Tea Room, in Birnam’s combined post office, shop and café. The café serves traditional Scottish cooked breakfasts, as well as lunches, cakes and, to take away, excellent Giacopazzi’s ice cream.
Back to breakfast though: our daughter couldn’t quite finish her black pudding and square sausage in a lovely soft breakfast roll; she had, after all, had chicken skewers, rice AND halloumi fries at Z’s the night before. The dog and I were quite happy to help with her leftovers. And we adults had full cooked breakfasts, which were delicious and all very reasonably priced.
It was the perfect way to round off our weekend, in a hidden gem that’s typical of this part of the country, which is full of quality but often quite modest about it.
To experience the delicious food in Dunkeld and Birnam, you can book the perfect base to explore at Erigmore Leisure Park.
Last minute dog friendly holidays in the UK
Are you searching for the perfect last minute dog friendly holiday in the UK? Want to enjoy a break with the whole family, including your furry best friends? Then one of our Escape & Unwind, Boutique Retreat or By The Sea parks could be the one for you!
Leave no pet behind…
At Verdant Leisure, we understand that pets are a big part of the family, and we want you to be able to enjoy a holiday without the worry of leaving your pet behind. All our parks offer superb pet friendly accommodation, from Glamping Pods at Queensberry Bay to Luxury Spa Lodges at Erigmore, you don’t have to settle for less when booking pet friendly accommodation at Verdant Leisure! A UK staycation also means that there is no long-haul flight or the need for pet passports! Fancy a last-minute break? You’ve got it!
Enjoy a perfect holiday with the whole family
Families, couples and of course, your pets, will love the award-winning beach at our By The Sea park, Pease Bay Leisure Park. Its breath-taking location with direct beach access makes it the perfect pet friendly coastal destination. Relax to the sound of waves, enjoy sunset walks across the golden sand or enjoy a drink outside Smugglers bar. The local area also boasts a number of pet friendly places for you to explore too!
Our Escape & Unwind parks are ideally located across Scotland and northern England, giving you the freedom to choose the perfect location for you and your loved ones. Choose from Viewfield Manor in the stunning Ayrshire countryside just 20 minutes from Robert Burns Country in Ayr and only a short drive from beaches such as Irvine & Troon beach. Or if you are looking to holiday on the south east coast of Scotland, then Coldingham Bay & Scoutscroft Leisure Park are both a must visit! With woodland walks and nearby Coldingham Bay beach, you’ve plenty of places to explore with your dog! If you’d prefer a holiday in the heart of the Durham Dales, then check out Heather View! With an abundance of countryside walks you can marvel at waterfalls, rivers and stunning views with the whole family.
Searching for a luxury retreat? Then look no further than our Boutique Retreat parks, Queensberry Bay & Erigmore Leisure Park. Located overlooking the Solway Firth, Queensberry offers a unique holiday experience. You can relax at The Sandpiper Café Bar and take in the views from the sun terrace with your pets! For those looking for active days out, there are fantastic walking routes, coastal paths and even golf courses, right on its doorstep. Erigmore in the heart of Perthshire, boasts a dreamy woodland setting, surrounded by flowing rivers and tranquil lochs, with plenty of pet friendly walking trails nearby. After a day of exploring nearby towns such as Pitlochry and Dunkeld, nothing beats relaxing in your own private hot tub whilst your pooch chills out in front of the electric fire!
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Top 10 walks in central Scotland
Whether you are a keen explorer or looking for a short walk with stunning views, central Scotland has it all, offering some of the best walking routes in the country. We have put together a list of the top 10 walks in Central Scotland we recommend you try when you visit the area!
Loch Tay from Killin
If you are looking for one of central Scotland’s hidden gems, look no further! If you follow the short Loch Tay from Killin trail, you will end up overlooking the stunning 15-mile stretch of water that is Loch Tay. On a sunny day, the water is as blue as the sky and is undeniably insta-worthy. You can find details of the full walking route here
Isle of May
The tranquil paths of the Isle of May are filled with wildlife, including one of Scotland’s most loved birds, the puffin! You may even catch a glimpse of some seals. This fantastic walk is perfect for the whole family to enjoy a day out in the fresh air! Visit https://www.nature.scot/enjoying-outdoors/scotlands-national-nature-reserves/isle-may-national-nature-reserve for more information.
The Cateran Trail
This trail in the heart of Scotland runs through Perthshire and Angus Glens. On the path you will come across castles such as Blackcraig, Dalnagler, and other prehistoric buildings, it is the perfect walk for the history buffs among you. If you are a keen explorer and are looking for more of a challenge, you can choose the optional detour to Mount Blair!
The Birnam Path
Explore the banks of the River Tay and the village of Birnam. This path is perfect if you are looking for a leisurely stroll. You will also come across the iconic tree, The Birnam Oak! Along with the Birnam Sycamore, it is thought to be the last surviving tree of the forest celebrated in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, as the famous Birnam Wood.
The Atholl Trails
There are several trails in and around the quaint town, Blair Atholl. There are stunning gardens to explore around the Blair Castle estate, and a 9-acre walled garden with an orchard and over 100 fruit trees. The Atholl Trails include a selection of walks ranging in lengths and difficulties. One of which takes you to the Tulach Viewpoint, overlooking the Atholl Hills.
Whilst this walk is ideal all year round, it really springs to life in autumn. The River Braan is surrounded by all the stunning autumnal colours, making it feel as though you are in a land out of a fairy tale. You may also catch a glimpse of the salmon leaping up the river this time of year which is a remarkable sight in itself!
Birnam Hill Path
In the heart of ‘Big Tree Country’, you can climb Birnam Hill to reach King’s Seat. Take in the breathtaking views across Dunkeld and Birnam after an estimated two and a half hour walk.
The Queen’s View
Offering spectacular views across Loch Tummel to Schiehallion, The Queen’s View is one of the most visited viewpoints in Scotland. There is also a café and other woodland walks branching off from the main visitors’ centre! Find out more via https://www.visitscotland.com/info/towns-villages/queens-view-visitor-centre-p402191.
Bordering the River Garry, The Pass of Killiecrankie is best known for Soldier’s Leap where it is said that Donald MacBean escaped Highlanders following the battle of Killiecrankie. The stunning woodland and views make it a must see!
The Faskally Woods is home to Scotland’s sound and light experience, The Enchanted Forest. Every year the entire woodland comes to life with light and sound displays that will blow your mind. It is a must see if you visit us whilst it’s on. You can find out more via https://www.enchantedforest.org.uk/.
Dog friendly days out in Scotland
Our parks offer pets welcome accommodation with lots of dog friendly days out nearby.
A great place to start is the beach, where your four-legged friend can chase balls, have a dip in the sea or enjoy a long sandy walk. Choose from these stunning beaches near our parks:
- St Abbs beach, Berwickshire
- Eyemouth beach, Berwickshire
- Pease Bay beach, Berwickshire
- Coldingham Bay beach, Berwickshire
- Belhaven Bay, East Lothian
- Yellowcraig beach, East Lothian
- Whitesands and Barns Ness beaches, East Lothian
- Tyninghame beach, East Lothian
- Queensberry Bay, Dumfriesshire
- Irvine beach, Ayrshire
- Saltcoats beach, Ayrshire
- Troon beach, Ayrshire
If you and your pooch prefer the countryside, you’ll be spoilt for choice in the areas surrounding our parks. Visit Kelburn Castle and Estate near Viewfield Manor. It offers dramatic walks through the estate covering over 3,500 acres. There are waterfalls, deep gorges, wild flowers and ferns, shrubs and trees offering a beautiful wild landscape with views over the islands of the Firth of Clyde.
Close to our south east Scotland parks is Pease Dean Nature Reserve. This 3 mile walk usually takes around 2 hours and follows the Southern Upland Way. There’s fantastic views of the coastline and it’s managed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust. Alternatively, visit John Muir Country Park, which offers relaxing walks with stunning views across to Bass Rock and the Forth Estuary.
There’s a number of brilliant walking routes for you to enjoy in Mabie Forest, situated around 20 miles from Queensberry Bay. This beautiful woodland sits between Dumfries and New Abbey and is a must if you’re staying on park.
You’ll find plenty of castles, ancient fortresses, and ruins across Scotland. Why not take your dog exploring the grounds? Here’s some near our parks:
- Culzean Castle & Country Park, Ayrshire
- Tantallon Castle, East Lothian
- Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfries and Galloway
The freedom to escape at a moment’s notice.
This year more than ever, Britons are choosing to holiday at home and rediscover everything that is great about the UK. Imagine if you could enjoy holidays with family and friends, whenever you choose, in your favourite spot of Scotland or North East England. That’s the beauty of holiday home ownership with Verdant Leisure! This year, we have seen a huge increase in the number of people joining Verdant Leisure as holiday home owners. What’s more, a number of these customers have had no experience of holiday parks in the past. So, let’s explore swapping overseas breaks for a UK holiday home from home.
Travel less, relax more
First up is the time spent travelling, which most of our customers say is very important to them. Typically, our customers live within a 90-minute driving distance of our parks. This means they can escape to their holiday home after work on a Friday, with no airport lounges, flights, or transfers to worry about. Our parks are ideally located within 90 minutes of major cities such as Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle making it easy to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. If you don’t have work commitments, you can choose to holiday at a moment’s notice when you own your own holiday home, and our customers love that flexibility.
Location, location, location
For us, this is a key factor when choosing the location for your holiday home. It’s important that you find a location that you and your family will love for years to come. That’s why we believe that anyone thinking of holiday home ownership at our parks would benefit from joining us on for a park tour. It can be difficult to choose the perfect holiday location without seeing your options first hand, so a park tour allows you to explore the park, spend time in the local area, enjoy the facilities, speak to existing holiday home owners, and meet our team. When you choose your perfect location, you have peace of mind that it will meet your expectations every time you visit.
So much beauty to explore
We have lost count of the times when our customers have said “It’s like a beach in the Caribbean” when talking about Pease Bay. The “We have the best of both worlds” is another common phrase amongst our existing holiday home owners and that’s exactly what our parks offer in terms of coast and countryside. Riverside is in the heart of Northumberland, on the edge of the national park – it truly is a walker’s paradise. Yet, just a short drive away is the stunning North East coastline with white sandy beaches such as Bamburgh. There is so much to see and do in the areas surrounding our parks, each time you visit can feel like a new holiday experience.
Your dream home from home*
When you own a caravan or lodge, you can make it into the perfect retreat so there are no unexpected surprises when you plan your holidays. Long gone are the days of cramped spaces with limited facilities. Today’s caravans and lodges offer modern spaces with home from home features such as double glazing, energy efficient heating systems, modern kitchens, and mod cons such as USB charging points as standard. Higher specification models provide walk in wardrobes, utility rooms, full size baths and washing machines. The UK’s leading manufacturers provide a range of models to suit every taste and budget. It’s then down to you to add your personal homely touches to create a place you’ll love to escape to.
A place for the whole family
Choosing a location that caters for the whole family can be a real challenge when planning your holidays. Grandparents may be seeking peace and relaxation, younger children want lots of action, and don’t forget the dog! When you own a holiday home, you can plan around the whole family, meaning more time to focus on creating memories together. Grandparents can relax on the decking area whilst children splash in the pool, couples can enjoy leisurely walks whilst teens make new friends – we’ve got you covered with park wide Wi-Fi too! Many of our existing customers are dog owners so your pooch is guaranteed a warm welcome when it visits our parks.
Our parks’ season length ranges from 46 weeks to 52 weeks. You cannot use your holiday home as your main residence, but you do have freedom to enjoy endless holidays throughout the season. Weekends, main school holidays, mid-week working breaks, the choice is yours. 80% of our existing customers visit their holiday home every month** to get the most value from their purchase. We work with specialist finance providers that may be able to offer you a payment plan tailored to your needs; you can spread the cost of holiday home ownership.^ With annual site fees from just £2,650†, a holiday home that you, your family and your friends can enjoy throughout the year is a great alternative to overseas holidays.
*Holiday home can not be used as permanent residence
**80% of our owners enjoy a holiday every month. Based on 1072 responses across all parks in our 2020 Owners Survey. Results subject to seasonal restrictions, season varies by park
^Finance is subject to status, terms and conditions apply
Best UK Couples Holiday Destinations
Discover new ways to love
With today’s world becoming more and more digital, sometimes the things that matter most can get lost. The UK has extraordinary scenery throughout Scotland and England, from the stunning coastline, to forests embedded within the countryside. These destinations are perfect for couples looking to get away from the stresses of everyday life, and for a new way to discover romance.
How accommodation type makes an experience
It’s no secret that stunning and well-presented accommodation can make or break a holiday, and our different accommodation types give you something more to experience. Glamping pods are hugely popular with young couples wanting to get away for a weekend, and come with everything needed to make the experience one to remember. Queensberry Bay Leisure Park offers a range of accommodation including glamping pods overlooking the bay. The pods are seamlessly designed with style in mind, creating the perfect romantic break.
Nothing says ‘relax’ more than sipping down a glass of prosecco with your loved one in a hot tub. Erigmore Leisure Park is situated in the gorgeous Perthshire countryside, with many relaxing walks on your doorstep, like the Birnam Riverside Path. After a day out exploring the Perthshire countryside, you can come back and unwind in some of our hot tub accommodation, including spacious lodges and cottages.
Why a UK holiday is perfect for couples
The idea of a staycation is increasingly becoming the norm with couples around the UK. It allows for easier travel, affordable luxury options and more. Whether you’re looking to rekindle your relationship, escape the working week or just simply spend time as a couple to create memories that will last forever, a UK holiday has never been more perfect.
If you want to get away and check availability you can through this link: https://www.verdantleisure.co.uk/holidays/
Cottage holidays in Scotland
Staycations in the UK are a popular choice, with endless benefits like less travel time, unlimited luggage allowance and plenty of location options from coastal to countryside. Cottage holidays are the perfect holiday home away from home, with all the home comforts you would expect, plus some added luxury!
Erigmore Leisure Park, located in the stunning Perthshire countryside, offers two cosy cottages to choose from. Erigmore Cottage sleeps four people, with one double room and one twin room, that can easily be linked to make a second double bed. Meaning whether you fancy a getaway with your family or friends, we’ve got you covered.
There’s a spacious family shower room, as well as a modern, open plan living area for a relaxed night in. Fancy cooking? The fully equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher means you’ve got the choice.
We know that your pet is part of the family, and that’s why Erigmore Cottage is pet friendly. The outdoor decking is enclosed, and there’s even a gated bespoke dog kennel for your four-legged friend.
You’ll also find a private hot tub on the decking, for the ultimate luxury break. After a day exploring the local area, you can end the day relaxing in the comfort of your own hot tub. Erigmore Cottage is the perfect location for your hot tub getaway.
Enjoy the separate summer house/games room, as well as a gun safe if your visit will include some country pursuits in the breathtaking surrounding countryside.
Factors House is a three-bedroom cottage, set over two floors. It’s not far from Erigmore House where you can take advantage of the swimming pool and bar.
Sleeping up to six people, there’s a downstairs double bedroom, as well as a master double bedroom and twin room upstairs. For your convenience, there’s a separate toilet in addition to the main bathroom.
Relax in the evenings in the comfort of the modern living room, offering an electric fire and 43” flatscreen TV. If you don’t fancy taking advantage of our bar or takeaway service, cook up a storm in the fully equipped kitchen and enjoy your meal at the large dining table, which seats up to six guests.
When the sun’s shining, bask in the Victorian designed garden to the front of the cottage, or enjoy the enclosed seating area to the rear, whichever you choose, there’s lots of space for the whole family to enjoy.
Whichever holiday cottage you choose, you’re sure of a fantastic stay at Erigmore Leisure Park.
Erigmore Leisure Park is located in the heart of the Perthshire countryside, with its beautiful surroundings you can often forget how easy and convenient the city of Perth is to visit during your holidays and when visiting your holiday home at the park. Just 15 minutes away the city boasts beautiful cobbles streets and medieval spires, not to mention fantastic monuments, art galleries and museums. Discover our best things to do on a day trip to Perth.
Discover a geographical delight at The Fair Maid’s House
The Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s visitor and education centre located in The Fair Maid’s House is a must visit during your day trips to Perth. Visitors are treated to views of the planet from space and can see the continents evolve in the Earth Room, the Education Room can teach you about the hottest and coldest places on earth and the Explorer’s Room allows you to curl up with a book and learn about maps!
Explore the history of the area at Perth Museum and Art Gallery
One of Scotland’s oldest established museums, the Perth Museum contains a fantastic collection of objects reflecting the city’s history. Its home to over half a million local, national and international objects and features a changing programme of events, talks and tours for visitors to enjoy. There are interactive trails, puzzles and games for the kids too!
Immerse yourself into the history of The Black Watch
At the Black Watch Museum you will be able to find out more about the formation and amalgamation of the Black Watch Regiment, plus its many roles in the country’s military history. Explore the Regiments early years when they kept ‘watch’ over the highlands, to the more recent First and Second World Wars and their part in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Museum is located in the breath-taking fortress of Balhousie Castle.
Take in the views at Kinnoull Hill
The highest of the five hills in the Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park, Kinnoull Hill is highly recommended by locals and visitors. This Site of Special Scientific Interest is a tranquil haven featuring an abundance of flora and fauna, grassy paths and waymarked nature trails. Perfect for those seeking a little outdoor adventure during their day trip. On the south of Kinnoull Hill you can also find at Kinnoull Tower, a romantic 19th century folly and Branklyn Garden, a beautiful garden featuring exotic plants from China, Tibet and Bhutan.
You can enjoy all these day trips to Perth and more from your very own holiday home at Erigmore Leisure Park. Why not take the first step towards holiday home ownership by arranging a park tour today.
When it comes to family days out in Central Scotland, Perthshire’s ‘Big Tree Country’ not only offers year-round breathtaking views but has an abundance activities that are fun for everyone to get involved in, including great things to do with kids in Pitlochry, Perth.
The obvious thing you need to do, and one that should be at the top of your list is to take to one of the many walking routes on offer in Scotland’s ‘Big Tree Country’. Set in over 200,000 acres of incredible woodland it’s not to be missed. Walks in Pitlochry boast some of the most magnificent views you could experience in a lifetime, with different routes to take for all abilities. The Killiecrankie visitors centre is a great base to start from, this magnificent wooded river gorge offers a combination of amazing views, history, heritage and wildlife…perfect for an adventure filled day out with all the family, and what’s more it won’t break the bank.
If you are looking for more adventurous things to do with kids in Perth, you will find a whole selection of watersport activities available, with Perth being situated right beside The River Tay. Nae Limits (Wee Adventures) has something for all ages to get involved in, with activities for children 6+ through to adults 60+, it could be the action-packed day out you didn’t even know you needed! They also provide activity days just for the kids during the school holidays, so if you want your little ones to get muddy, wet, tired and inspired this is the place to go.
Beatrix Potter Exhibition
Discover the world of Beatrix Potter with this interactive experience that is fun for all the family. Located just on the outskirts of Erigmore Leisure Park, in the picturesque village of Birnam, The Beatrix Potter Garden is a delight to explore, will you be able to find Peter Rabbit and his friends? There is a vintage play area to keep the little ones entertained, a café to grab a pot of tea and cake and even an art gallery to discover…this attraction has all the elements for a relaxed family day out in Perth.
If adventure has your name written all over it then why not try a visit to Highland Safaris, just half an hour down the road from Erigmore, it is guaranteed to make your family days out in Central Scotland one to remember. There is a whole host of award-winning activities to get your hands on, from gold panning to safe off-road biking. There’s also a nature trail to explore, with clues to follow, overlooking the red deer and a selection of family safaris available to book to name a few…you certainly won’t be short of things to do at this family orientated attraction.