Until Covid-19 restrictions are fully lifted none of our communal facilities i.e. shower block and toilets, laundry, pot wash and bothy will be available for use. We will only be able to offer the following;
Electric hook up
Waste water points
Chemical waste disposal point
Motorhome service point
We are very sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.
Situated within the Galloway Forest Park and Dark Sky Park, this is the perfect base for those who want to experience the best of South West Scotland's stunning scenery and wildlife.
If you're looking to get away from it all or simply to enjoy nature at its best, then this is where you want to be, with three hundred square miles of Galloway Forest Park just waiting to be explored.
For those of you who enjoy just getting out there, you'll find a whole host of hill walks and trails by clicking here: 'Newton Stewart and Glen Trool Walks'.
Alternatively, if you prefer some company, check out www.newtonstewartwalkfest.com for a wide range of organised walks.
Glentrool is also one of the centres for the world renowned 7Stanes mountain bike trails and has a huge amount of trails for all ages and abilities. For those who don't have bikes, or it's too much hassle to bring your own, why not hire one? Contact Kirkcowan Cycles on 01671 401529 for further details.
Those with plenty of stamina to spare could have a go at walking the Southern Upland Way. Glentrool Camping and Caravan Site is also situated within half a mile of the route, so makes the ideal stopping-off point.
Glentrool Gallery & Craft Shop
Open 11am to 4 pm. Tuesday to Saturday. Open from Easter to the end of October. A small community project that supports local artists and craftspeople by allowing them to exhibit and sell their work in an affordable gallery space.
The House o' Hill Hotel and Restaurant, at just 8 minutes' walk from Glentrool Camping and Caravan Site, is also well worth a visit (booking advisable).
Call us today to book your stay on 01671 840280 or email us.
Download a handy Galloway Forest Park Map and Trail Guide, produced by the Forestry Commission Scotland.