An absolute heaven for lovers of nature and wildlife, the Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park is a perfect place for a family day out in the country.

Set in the beautiful hilltops of Galloway in the south of Scotland, the conservation park is surrounded by the most breathtaking scenery and makes for a stunning picnic lunch in summertime.

Not only is there the wildlife to be found within the conservation park, but the entire area is teeming with natural wildlife of all kinds. It makes a refreshing break from the hassle and pollution of city life.

The Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park is set on 27 acres of stunning Scottish countryside and consists of various types of habitats, that house a number of animal enclosures. The park is home to over 150 animals iwhich can be visited by guests.

The park is dedicated to the conservation of species and of taking care of local animals in need of assistance. Some of the animals at the park are free to roam the fields and woodland areas and may be met along the way.

 

Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park, Lochfergus Plantation, Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway, DG6 4XX
Tel: 01557 331645
Times: February – November, daily, 10am – dusk