Local Attractions

05 February 2014

Redgates Holiday Park has an ideal coastal location in the peaceful village haven of Maidens, Ayrshire. The park boasts a right of way to the beautiful harbour and long sandy beach.

There is plenty to see and do in the local area. Details on some fantastic attractions are detailed below. Our friendly staff at our on-site reception have a fantastic knowledge of the Ayrshire and will be delighted to help you make sightseeing arrangements and provide further suggestions tailored to your interests.

Featured Attractions

Ayrshire Coastal Path

Category:Days Out

A walker’s dream, the coastal path is on the doorstep of Redgates Holiday Park and stretches along County of Ayrshire.

Ailsa Craig

South Ayrshire

Category:Days Out

An island located 9 miles from the west coast of Scotland, lying half way between Glasgow and Belfast, Ailsa Craig is a massive volcanic plug made entirely from granite, rising majestically from the Firth of Clyde.

Ailsa Craig is a RSPB nature reserve. It is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Special Protection Area because it supports 73,000 breeding seabirds.

The island is accessible by boat and tours run from Girvan and Campbeltown during the summer.

Culzean Castle and Country Park

Maybole, Ayrshire & Arran, KA19 8LE

Category:Activities and Leisure

With its rich history and dramatic setting, the 18th century castle is one of Scotland’s most popular attractions and one of National Trust for Scotland’s finest properties.

Spend time exploring the collections in the castle, from period artworks to the Armoury. Navigate your way through the 242 hectare estate with beaches, landscaped gardens and historical buildings. Relax in the shops and eateries. With so much to see and do, it’s easy to see why Culzean Castle and Country Park offers the perfect family day out.

Turnberry Golf Experience

Turnberry, Ayrshire, KA26 9LT

Category:Golf

Put your golf skills to the test by playing the iconic Ailsa, a Open Championship course four times over. The par-70, 18-hole links course has witnessed some of the most remarkable moments in the history of the sport.

Turnberry is also home to another championship links course, The Kintyre. The par-72, 18-hole links course hosted the Open Championship Final Qualifying round in 2004.