We are a family run friendly holiday park specialising in owner static holiday homes and holiday tourers. We offer a complete service including additional benefits such as decking for your holiday home. We cater for tourers, camper vans and tents and have toilet / laundry facilities and electric hook ups.
We have flat grassy, fully serviced pitches and the ability to accommodate a Large RV.
In addition, we have two large, furnished apartments available for rent in separate wings of the mansion house. There is a modern and well managed area providing recreational activities. This area is centrally located together and situated in an attractive courtyard setting which allows some protection from the weather. The onsite bar is situated to one gable end of the mansion house and is tastefully and comfortably furnished. There are separate areas to accommodate all ages and there is also a pool table, darts board etc
Check out our New & Pre-owned fully serviced Willerby holiday homes , touring caravans, and motor homes here.
There is so much to see and do
Enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle in Ayrshire. Go sea kayaking, kite surfing, sailing, wind surfing, fishing, play golf, get on your bike, or just grab a pair of boots and get outside.
Walking Route 7 Glenapp to Ardrossan and Arran Ayr to Troon Harbour. Follow the Ayrshire coast walking Route 7, from Glenapp in the Boarders up to Skelmorlie. Continue by taking a ferry from Ardrossan to the Isle of Arran, or Bute. It is possible to re-join the mainland from both of these islands. (ARRAN, Lochranza to Claonaig. BUTE, Colintraive to Dunoon. Enjoy the explosive Ayrshire Sunsets, scrambling over rocks and blonde Ayrshire beaches. The section of the route Ayr to Troon Harbour passes Prestwick Holiday Park, KA9 1UH. You could make The Park your base and walk sections of this route and take ferry crossings to the Islands.
Fishing The waters at Prestwick are good for fishing. There also various fisheries locally. Coyle Water Fishery, Coylton KA6 6LZ. Two fully stocked Lochs. Family friendly fishing.
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG 0141 276 9599
A great day out for all of the family and its free. Have lunch on the ground floor after having viewed the lower gallery. Then take to the second floor. A great thing to do on a wet day. Paintings by Salvador Dali, Claude Monet and the Glasgow Boys, Egyptian tombs and creatures great and small.
Ayrshire is the birth place of The Open Golf Championship. The inaugural tournament was held at Prestwick in 1860 and was the result of a discussion in a local pub ‘The Red Lion’. Prestwick Holiday Park is set between two championship Golf Courses – Royal Troon and Old Prestwick.
The National Cycle Path, Route 7 runs across the entrance to Prestwick Holiday Park, KA9 1H, parallel to the A79. The cycle path to Troon and Irvine is a safe route for cyclists and parents with young children. It is an easy tarmac route and mostly traffic free. Take your first adventure to Troon have an ice cream and return, or carry on as far as Irvine, getting the train back to Prestwick Airport, or continue on 19 miles of the Ayrshire coast.
Experienced cyclists should make use of the undulating tarmac of the Ayrshire countryside, following the route laid out by the British Road Cycling in 2016. To extend your adventure, take a trip across the water to the Isle of Arran, pedal hard!
Prestwick Holiday Park is in a Green Zone area, on the edge of a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). with plenty to keep the children happy
Beach Fun – Windsurfing & Body Boarding. With the benefit of The Gulf Stream, the waters are slightly warmer than you would normally find at this latitude. Water quality at Prestwick and South Troon is three stars. Good waves at Barassie Beach are great for Wind Surfers.
Scottish Maritime Museum, Home to Scotland’s national maritime collection.
Sailing & Wind Surfing Book a week sailing for beginners at Prestwick Sailing Club.