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Mollance Farm

Caravan Park



Mollance is a livestock farm nestled in the countryside, just off the A75.

The site is a safe haven surrounded by wildlife! Enjoy waking up to a lake view, strolling through our grounds up to a beautiful ruin (that had been standing since the late 1800s.) and see Swans, Red Kites, Moorhens, Deer, Hares and more! 



We have a large spacious caravan site, that can accommodate any size of motorhome/caravan plus a car and awning. We have individually heated  toilet/shower blocks, which are kept to a high standard of hygiene and appearance.   



Friday night 


On a Friday night we make home-made fish and chips, your choice of breaded or battered! We deliver this right to your door with a friendly smile. It is £8 per portion of fish and chips and only £2 extra for a home made pudding!

Dirty Water Disposal

We have facilities where you can dispose of dirty water from your camper. 

Shower/Toilet blocks


Our spacious heated blocks are to a high standard of cleanliness and appearance.  

Dog Friendly 


We are a dog friendly site! There are paths on our farm you are welcome to walk your dog or even nearby routes. We have 4 dogs of our own! Riley, is a friendly, affectionate german shepard, Bob and Pip are the younger spaniels and an older spaniel called Skye, who are all overly affectionate and friendly!

Electric hookup

We have electrical points to power your camper during your stay with us.

Walking/Bikes Routes

We have a rural walking route directly from our caravan site as well as a beautiful strolling route around the pond and up to the ruin. Our site is situated where there is easy access to nearby cycle paths.





Castle Douglas

Castle Douglas is a small market town less than a 10 min drive away (3 miles) It is known as a food town with roughly 50 independent small business's. This is where you will find the nearest post office, fuel station and supermarkets. 

Galloway Forest

Galloway Forest is roughly a 30 min drive away. Here you can visit the first Dark sky park in the Uk, on a clear night being able to see billions of stars, the milky way and sometimes the northern lights. It is home to lots of amazing nature walks, Lochs and Deer, Mountain Goat and Red Kite parks! All of these are completely free and we couldn't reccomend enough.


There are several nearby beaches mostly in a 20 min drive radius. Rockcliffe, Sandy hills, Dalavan Beach all make a great day out for family and furry friends!

Leisure Activities

If you're after adventure, Galloway Activity Center is located at Loch ken. It offers a variety of activities such as Laser tag, Archery, Sailing, Wind surfing, Kayaking, Mountain biking and much more!


 There are several places to fish in the area, the closest being at Carling Wark, Castle Douglas for brown trout. We reccommend Doachwood for Salmon fishing and the River Urr for salmon, Grilse and sea trout.

Historical Sites

There are many historical sites around the area. A couple of sites are; Threave Castle, which was built in 1369 and was home to the Lady of Galloway for 21 years. Go explore the history of Threave while walking round the gardens and stopping in for lunch in their cafe! Another must go-to site is Cairn Holy. Neolithic chambered tombs over 4000 years old, they have been robbed, set a light and dug up throughout the years, leaving only the skeletonal stones of the original structure.


 Fantastic park.Sheena and Derek where fantastic hosts.pitch was level, spacious,enough for car,caravan and awning.clean specious shower/toilet,plenty hot water.ehu.great country views.very peaceful and relaxing.


£25 per night for 2 people 
with use of toilets and shower and electric 
£3 per extra person in your van
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