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Enjoy outdoor life from the holiday cottages of Galloway Forest Park
Given that this region is one of the least densely populated parts of Scotland, it's no surprise that for your Galloway Forest Park accommodation, you can choose from private, detached stone cottages as well as larger homes. These properties offer their own grounds and plenty of space for all.
Local produce and an ice cream farm
Galloway is an important agricultural area where some of Scotland's best produce is grown. Visit the Galloway Farmhouse Cheese Shop near Newton Stewart, where you can purchase all manner of local products. Younger visitors will enjoy a visit to the Cream O'Galloway farm, where you can join a guided tour to learn about ice cream production, from cow to cone. And of course, there's a shop and cafe where you can sample some of the farm's delicious products.
Wildlife and sporting activities for energetic kids
Scotland's largest mammal, the red deer, makes its home in Galloway Forest Park. At the Red Deer Range Trail you'll be able to observe these magnificent beasts, all year round, from a specially constructed hideaway. Regular guided walks with expert rangers, and other family events, are offered on weekends and during holidays. Also worth a visit are the 7Stanes mountain bike centres at Kirroughtree and Glentrool, within the park. Choose from a range of woodland biking trails graded by difficulty, or hone your mountain bike riding technique in one of the special skills areas.
Get stars in your eyes at Scotland's first Dark Skies area
The area's lack of light pollution has earned the Galloway Forest Park area the so-called Dark Skies accolade, making it a terrific destination for experienced and amateur astronomers alike. An estimated 7,000 stars and planets are visible to the naked eye, and the park offers regular events to coincide with meteor showers and other celestial events.
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