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Discover The Local Areas Near Halleaths Caravan Park

Halleaths Caravan Park is located in Lochmaben, Lockerbie, Dumfries & Galloway in Scotland. The park is situated within a quaint and secluded open countryside area surrounded by mature trees and lots of wonderful wildlife. Situated down the road is the charming town of Lochmaben, which is popular with tourists for its historic ruins, lochs and offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreational activities.

Lochmaben and Lockerbie offer a range of activities for visitors to enjoy. In Lochmaben, visitors can explore the castle ruins and take a leisurely walk around the picturesque lochs. Fishing and boating are popular activities on Castle Loch and Kirk Loch. The nearby town of Lockerbie is home to several attractions, including the Lockerbie Memorial Garden. The town also boasts several shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as beautiful architecture, such as the Victorian sandstone buildings on the High Street.

There are also several walking and hiking trails in the area, including the Annandale Way and the Southern Upland Way, which provide stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Lochmaben and the surrounding area offer a wonderful blend of history, natural beauty, and outdoor recreation. So come and discover the charm of Lockerbie and Lochmaben today!

Local Activities


Wake up every morning to start another day in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland. We are located in the spectacular South West of Scotland in Dumfries and Galloway. This area of Scottish lowland has a coastline of rocky shorelines and white sandy beaches, picturesque lochs and acres of forest and green spaces. It is an area known around the world for stunning scenery, world class golf courses and some of the best fishing and angling in the country.

This is an ideal destination for families, as there’s plenty of activities for children of all ages. We are also surrounded by a string of small towns and villages that you can easily access from Halleaths. We are situated in between the small historic towns of Lochmaben and Lockerbie.

There are 3 main lochs in the local area all offering leisure activities such as fishing, walking and boating and we are within walking distance of the River Annan. You could spend your time exploring, visiting historic sites or shopping in the nearby towns and villages. Whatever your tastes you will be sure to find something to satisfy you.

Explore Dumfries & Galloway

South West Scotland has many attractive villages and small towns just waiting to be discovered, including: Scotland`s Highest Village, Scotland`s Most Southerly Village, Scotland`s Book Town, a Food Town, an Artist`s town, scores of Coastal Villages and many more.

The town of Lochmaben with its 3 scenic lochs is nearby. Here you will find shops, cafes and restaurants. Dumfries is nicknamed Queen of the South it is a market town and former royal burgh, located near the mouth of the River Nith, it is the traditional county town of the historic county of Dumfriesshire.

Lochmaben is perfectly placed in a central location for exploring the surrounding areas within the county of Dumfries and Galloway including the Solway coast, Dalbeattie forest, Lockerbie, the border town of Gretna Green and the beautify Natural Beauty of Scotlands Southern Uplands. 

Historic Sites

Dumfries & Galloway is brimming with historic attractions, from castles to monuments and buildings. Among these is Caerlaverock Castle, a magnificent medieval stronghold with a wide moat, twin-towered gatehouse, and lofty battlements. Barsalloch Fort is another must-see, a 2,000-year-old cliff-side fort with a deep defensive ditch that likely served as a farmstead for the Novantae tribe.

Lochmaben Castle is a fascinating medieval ruin built by the powerful Bruce family, lords of Annandale. The nearby royal burgh of Annan hosts several summer events, including the historic Riding of the Marches and the annual bagpipe festival.

Visitors can also enjoy award-winning food year-round in the region. With so much history and natural beauty to explore, Dumfries & Galloway is a must-visit destination for any traveller to Scotland.

Explore The Forests

Nestled in the heart of southern Scotland’s Galloway region, the Galloway Forest Park boasts breathtaking views and a stunning range of landscapes. Covering 300 square miles, it is Britain’s largest forest park, with scenery ranging from mountaintops to seashores. Visitors can expect to encounter a diverse array of wildlife, from thriving red squirrels and roe deer to majestic birds of prey.

Due to its remote location, the Galloway Forest Park is recognised as one of only four “Dark Sky Parks” in the western world, making it a popular destination for stargazers and astronomers alike. Nearby Ae Forest is also well worth a visit, offering opportunities to relax by the river, spot woodland wildlife, or explore the trees on foot or horseback.

With so much natural beauty and outdoor adventure on offer, the Galloway region is a must-visit destination for nature lovers.

Lifes A Beach

We are blessed to be situated in the warmest and most southerly part of Scotland, the little-known Galloway Coastline on the Solway Firth has been dubbed “the Scottish Riviera”. With its rocky coves and quiet beaches surrounded by greenery and dotted with rocks, the secluded Dhoon beach is a natural beauty: at low tide, its sandy expanses reveal a shipwreck, and its shallow seas are safe for bathing.

Further west, Sandhead Beach is better for walking: a sweeping strand backed by golden dunes, it stretches for miles, with distant views of the Galloway Hills. The current most popular beach in Dumfries And Galloway is Mossyard, a small, sandy beach, slightly less than 100 meters long it sits at the northern end of the mouth of Fleet Bay.

This beach is popular for boating. The beach is a good spot for paddling, watching the boats entering and leaving the harbour. We are sure you will enjoy spending hours exploring the fantastic coastline with its small towns and villages.

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