You may find that after you have been here a few days you are so
chilled out that you are just happy to relax on site but if you did fancy doing something then you couldn't be in a better place.
Surrounded by beautiful lochs, full of exquisite trout and coarse fish and encircled by magnificent salmon rivers and wonderful coast line, Balloch O' Dee is a fantastic base for any angler.
Balloch O' Dee is a photographer's paradise. Everywhere you look there are stunning photo opportunities for landscapes, seascapes and wildlife.
Situated close to the Galloway National Forest Park which which has been named the first Dark Sky Park in Britain due to its zero light pollution. There is no better place to see the spectacular night skies than Balloch O' Dee.
We last saw a car down this way in 1957! So if you are looking for somewhere that has miles of perfect tracks for mountain biking through some of the most un-spoilt landscape in the country then there is no finer place.
Loch Herron - a mile from Balloch O' Dee
Camping field in winter
Hazel and the boys top field
The winter nights may just be the best time all year to appreciate the spectacular night skies and now we have The Bothy to stay in, you can enjoy your star gazing without giving up any home comforts.