Breathe in the fresh air

Set in a wonderful location, Southerness Holiday Park is right on the edge of the beach, offering lovely sea views across the Solway Firth. Take a stroll on the sands or head into the local area to explore pretty market towns.

Of course, you don’t need to leave the park to have fun. Visit the indoor pool or the outdoor adventure play before enjoying a game of pool or trying your luck at the amusements.

After an action-packed day, you’ll find a wide choice of food and drink on the park, from the bar and restaurant to the takeaway.

There’s lots of ways to enjoy a holiday at Southerness Holiday Park with caravans, lodges, camping and touring. We also offer caravan and lodge ownership.

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Family entertainment in the Sunset Showbar Family entertainment in the Sunset Showbar
Fun on the slide at soft play Fun on the slide at soft play
Collecting an order from the Legends Takeaway Collecting an order from the Legends Takeaway
A family meal in the Coast Bar and Restaurant A family meal in the Coast Bar and Restaurant

5 THINGS TO MAKE YOUR TRIP MEMORABLE

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Discover Dumfries

Walk across the sandstone bridges over the river at Dumfries to admire the stunning architecture. Visit the town’s Greyfriars Church or Robert Burns House, the home of Scotland’s best-loved poet.


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Family Swims

The whole family will love the large indoor swimming pool. At 25 metres, it’s perfect for swimming lengths but the highlight for the kids is the giant flume and water sprays. 

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Galloway Wildlife Park

Discover almost 150 animals in a beautiful woodland setting at Galloway Wildlife Park. Enjoy pretty walks while meeting ring-tailed lemur, otters and more at this wild animal conservation centre.


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Sweetheart Abbey

Step back in time with a visit to Sweetheart Abbey. Over 700 years old, this impressive abbey offers an insight into Lady Dervorgilla who founded the abbey in tribute to her beloved husband, John Balliol.

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Tasty Fare

Enjoy a range of food and drink on the park. Relax with a coffee on the terrace, savour a meal at the restaurant or treat the kids to burgers from the 50s-inspired takeaway.

Ways you can stay with us

Holidays

Holidays

If you’re looking for comfortable and practical accommodation in a stunning location, join us for a lodge or caravan holiday at Southerness. With fully-fitted kitchens and superb living spaces, you’ll love every minute.

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Touring

Touring

Motorhomes, touring caravans, retro campervans; they’ll all find a warm welcome at Southerness. Awnings are accepted and you’ll find a great range of facilities and entertainment on-park to make your holiday special.

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Camping

Camping

Enjoy an outdoor adventure with a camping holiday at Southerness. You’ll find a great range of facilities on the park to make your stay comfortable and can enjoy all the family activities and entertainment.

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Ownership

Caravans & Lodges for Sale

Join friends and family for holidays throughout the year with lodge or caravan ownership at Southerness. With caravans, luxury lodges and lodge-style holiday homes for sale, we’ve got the perfect option for you.

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Entertainment

Southerness reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Facilities
7.9
Location & surroundings
8.3
Helpfulness of staff
8.3
Overall rating
8.0
Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1003 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
9 out of 10

Neil

HuddersfieldGB
Nice park,avoid going for the cheapest dee vans though as they are way past scrapping.Apart from that,it’s a nice site and very well kept.
Confirmed traveller:28 October 2017
Published on:05 November 2017
8 out of 10

Jason

MoffatGB
We like staying with you and would happily stay again.

The caravan we stayed in this year was not so practical:

Pale light grey carpets when there is so much mud around is not practical we had to puts lots of newspapers down on the floor to protect the carpet.
Small felt doormat, a quoin one was needed so that you do not step mud into the caravan, at all, even though we took our shoes and trainers off, it was still getting into the caravan.

We would thoroughly recommend having bicycle hire on site, as it saves us brining two cars to take the kiddies bikes and tricycle's with us.
Confirmed traveller:28 October 2017
Published on:05 November 2017
9 out of 10

Gary

LeedsGB
Great park
Confirmed traveller:28 October 2017
Published on:04 November 2017
8 out of 10

T

NewcastleGB
Fantastic. Disappointing that stocks in the shop, bar and restaurant were allowed to run low. Appreciate it's the last week of the season but it's also a school holiday week and park was full.
Confirmed traveller:28 October 2017
Published on:04 November 2017
7 out of 10

Mark

WiganGB
Been 3 times now and the 1st time fantastic 2nd time march 2017 got to say shocking so give them a 2nd chance to only be the same again the food in the bar i would not give to a dog shocking the service is very bad never again haven holidays from now on for us
Confirmed traveller:28 October 2017
Published on:08 November 2017

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