Ryan Bay Caravan Park is a stunning family holiday retreat on Scotland’s coast with magnificent views, lots of facilities on site and is surrounded by many brilliant walking destinations.
Offering something for everyone Ryan Bay is suitable for couples, outdoor lovers, a peaceful family holiday.
The site itself features a clubhouse, an on-site bar with a beautiful beer garden and an outdoor children’s play area which means parents can sit and have a beverage whilst children play safely.
There is an on-site laundrette and all holiday homes come with electric hook-ups. There is disability access, visitor and private parking and the park is pet friendly.
There are pre-owned and new holiday homes homes available at Ryan Bay Caravan Park which are all outstanding value for money with prices starting from just £24,995 and pre-owned from as little as £8,250. Owning your own holiday home means family and friends can enjoy beautiful Ryan Bay anytime throughout the season.
Agnew Park, which is just two miles from the park, has a wide range of leisure facilities for all ages including a large boating lake with a range of boats, including canoes, skiffs and pedalos.
Agnew Park offers a fantastic day out for the whole family. It boasts a miniature railway which takes you on a full tour of the park, a play island featuring innovative play equipment, an 18-hole putting green and a mini car racing circuit.
There are walkways through beautiful gardens and a cafe serves a range of hot and cold snacks and refreshments. The park draws on its seaside location and marine heritage in the design of benches, railings, pavements and other features.
Eight minutes from Ryan Bay Caravan Park is the town of Stranraer perfect for a day trip to Ireland.
Castle Kennedy Gardens is one of Scotland's finest gardens. Set in 75 acres Castle Kennedy Gardens offers something for everyone to enjoy. From spectacular flowering plants and exotic trees, to beautiful scenery, sculptured landforms, magnificent walks and popular bird hides, the Gardens are a hidden treasure in South West Scotland and a perfect haven for relaxing and exploring.
The Mill On The Fleet Visitor and Exhibition Centre has a varied programme of exhibitions and events throughout the season.
At the Four Star Visit Scotland attraction the Mull of Galloway Experience, you can climb the 115 steps to the top of Scotland’s most southerly lighthouse, where a spectacular view from the balcony and lightroom will reward you for your efforts!
A ten minute drive from Ryan Bay is Portpatrick, an idyllic seaside town of Portpatrick which is set around a small bay with a stunning backdrop of high cliffs. If you don’t have access to a car or wish to leave it behind at the park, there is a bus stop just a four-minute walk from the park.
From Portpatrick Harbour, you can go on a thrilling high speed RIB boat trip, a sea fishing cruise or a sightseeing and nature spotting boat trip. The harbourside at Portpatrick has a row of attractively painted houses and several pubs where you can relax – just sit out and watch the boats coming and going. There are several quirky gift shops on the streets around Portpatrick harbour.
There are many places to eat in Portpatrick. You can stay for well over a week and sample a different restaurant or pub every night. At weekends, there is usually live music in one or more of the pubs. Several of the bars and restaurants specialise in fish and seafood but there is still a wide variety of other types of food – something for everyone.
Walkers are well catered for in Portpatrick. There are spectacular cliff paths in both directions. South past the ancient ruins of Dunskey Castle to Knockinaam or northwards past several secluded bays to Killantringan Lighthouse.
For the golfer, Portpatrick Golf Club has both a 9 and 18 hole course and welcomes visitors.
Dunskey Gardens are only a few minutes drive away. At Dunskey Gardens are woodland walks, a walled garden and a hedge maze which is based on the design of the maze at Hampton Court.
Logan Botanic Garden is Scotland’s most exotic garden and is famous for its botanical treasures from South and Central America, Southern Africa and Australasia, all rarely seen in the United Kingdom.
Galloway Forest Park takes half an hour to arrive to from Ryan Bay Holiday Park when travelling by car.
This outstanding natural park has great wildlife and natural spectacles. Activities to do on the park suit all ages and include arts and crafts, cycling, fishing, mountain biking and many more. Galloway Forest Park has been awarded the status of being one of only four ‘Dark Sky Parks’ in the western world, this means the lack of light pollution gives visitors the opportunity to stand and gaze at the beautiful starry sky at night-time.
Ryan Bay Caravan Park, Stranraer
Dumfries and Galloway