Things to do
- Walking in the Powfoot Lakes
- Top-class golf courses nearby
- Some of the best bird watching in West Scotland
- Historical monuments, museums and heritage trails
There are few holiday parks that can boast such spectacular surroundings and yet be so conveniently located. Queensberry Bay is a coastal retreat making the most of its countryside surroundings. Close by you will find quaint towns, an abundance of historical attractions and an array of beautiful border routes to explore. Close by you will find Galloway Forest Park which was the UK’s first Dark Skies park, perfect for stargazing!
The historical town of Annan is nearby and Gretna, Dumfries and Carlisle offer plenty of options for great days out.
In contrast, the region’s rocky shoreline offers a variety of beaches overlooking the Irish sea. Choose from sandy beaches perfect for relaxing, to shingled beaches perfect for rock pooling and adventure!
Walks and outdoors
Queensberry Bay is conveniently located close to several walking routes, national parks and outdoor adventure centres. With our unique location on the coast by the Scottish borders, there are a number of amazing routes to explore and scenery to see right on our doorstep. There’s also guided walks, biking routes, some beautiful sandy beaches and much more available locally. The options are endless for those who love an adventure in the great outdoors!
For that true holiday feeling there are a number of places to enjoy great days out for everyone. You can tee up on fantastic golf courses nearby, enjoy a relaxing stroll around some beautiful historic homes and gardens or take a trip into the past at a range of different museums. Take a look at just some of the days out you can enjoy during your time at Queensberry Bay.