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We have an area for touring caravans and Motorhomes with electric hookup, hard standing and water close by.


Showers and toilets are a short walk with a cassett disposal point and a motorhome grey water disposal.



There is a flat field suitable for tents and subject to ground conditions you may park your car next to your tent


If your choice is a more permanent holiday home we have Static Holiday Caravans and Residential Lodge homes available on our site. We may also be able to offer to part exchange your touring or static caravan



We are open twelve months of the year and you can live on site on a permanent basis in one of the homes designed for this style of living. This does not include static holiday caravans.


EXPLORING THE AREA

ATTRACTIONS CLOSE TO CRESSFIELD PARK

BURNSWALK HILL

A striking flat topped hill, one of the best views in the area. A short car ride followed by a sharp climb to views over southern Scotland and Cumbria. As the site of a Roman encampment and an Iron Age fort it offers not only a pleasant climb but an insight into the ancient history of the area


Browmoor Hill

For the less adventurous there is Brownmoor Hill, accessible from the site. A fairly easy round the hill walk has magnificent views from the far side to the Cumbrian hills looking over the Solway Firth


THE ANNADALE WAY

Passing not far from Cressfield Park, at Hoddom Bridge, the Annandale Way is a new 55 mile long distance walking route linking the towns of Moffat and Annan that can be walked either way. It's been developed by Sulwath Connections and local communities with the support of local estates and farmers to help promote Annandale as a new area for walking.

It starts high above the source of the river Annan with a circumnavigation of the Devils Beef Tub before dropping down its eastern side and following the river Annan along the valley bottom into the picturesque market town of Moffat. More details can be seen from this link http://annandaleway.org

Caerlaverock Castle, Dumfries & Galloway

Caerlaverock Castle is a moated triangular castle first built in the 13th century. It is located on the southern coast of Scotland, 11 kilometres south of Dumfries, on the edge of the Caerlaverock National Nature reserve. There is a cafe and gift shop on site