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View Poll Results: Where is your van sited?
Coast (within 2 miles of the sea) 34 61.82%
in-land. 21 38.18%
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Old 13-02-2012, 15:17
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Originally Posted by JimmyG View Post
Hi there, i live in Ardentinny, and have fishing boat and often visit Loch Goil to fish of Carrick Castle for mackeral. I have also visited your site, its a smashing site with fantastic views. and nice pubs with good food. great walks, with a new improved walk from Carrick to Ardentinny through the forest. you have certainly got a great site there. All the best. Jimmy

Hello Jimmy,

The views were the reason we ended up here and to be honest we don't use the majority of facilities. We got a cocker spaniel pup in December so we intend walking more this summer and after he is fully grown we intend trying the Carrick Castle to Ardentinny walk and maybe try to find the wreckage of the B29. We saw the start of the Ardentinny walk when we went looking for the three remote vans at the far end of Carrick Castle.

Haven't quite got the boat budget together yet but working on it as that was another reason for a sea loch location rather than an enclosed loch.


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Old 13-02-2012, 16:27
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Allthough were 4 rows back and happy we can pretty much see the sea from every window facing it. around 170 yards from the sea bank, we have 2 private beaches on either side of the park, 1 very small and sheltered ideal for sun bathing the other huge, but against all the elements. Quite happy with our pitch, family have other vans on the park but on the front and they wish they had moved back a few rows, when the weather becomes harsh their vans get covered in sand and you can hear it hitting the windows. I am glad I am where I am. Coast 100% everytime for us.
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Old 13-02-2012, 17:09
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Default coast or inland

10 minutes walk from the beach, always wanted to retire to the seaside, didn't happen so this is the next best thing.
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Old 17-02-2012, 11:48
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50yds from the sea, lovely spot although can get a tad windy.

We love the site we are on, and it is one that we can afford.


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