“Nestled at the side of the Ochil hills lies Witches Craig caravan and camping park, a warm welcome awaits you from your hosts Veda and Kenny. The park set out in small intimate areas, beautifully manicured lawns, tubs filled with an array of shrubs and plants are positioned beside the well-marked roadways throughout the park, and shows the attention to detail that has been first and foremost in the minds of our hosts.
Everything is clean and looked after to perfection, nothing too much trouble and on a rare occasion Kenny, our host gives us a display of his sheepdog trialling expertise with two beautifully coordinated sheep dogs, later in the year Kenny will be a judge at The National Sheepdog Trials held at Jedburgh in the Borders, even the sheep are well turned out with their long curled horns and lush fleeces.
The facilities are numerous, a lovely clean toilet block with showers and hot water to beat many of the showers we have at home, music discreetly plays in the background. A freezer and washing facilities and drying area are also part of the block.
Disabled people are catered for, so no one is left out. Fire and safety points are well marked, a childrens play area, well stocked with play things is almost central of the parked, fenced, so children can play in safety.
The Office is well manned from 8.30am to 8pm, except for a well earned lunch hour, which sees the hosts walking the site, checking all is well.
This is by far the best site we have seen to-date here and abroad, and we will certainly return again, as it is also well situated for easy access to Pitlochry, Perth, Inverness, Oban, Glasgow and Edinburgh, but to name a few.
Attractions locally and within 1-2 hours travel means this is a well positioned site.
Put this site as a must. Seeing is believing.
Should you only want to sit and rest, the view is breath-taking, with lovely walkways through the woods for dogs, and the area is steeped in history, hence the name WITCHES CRAIG.
Look over the fence and the Wallace monument graces the skyline or go to the road and Stirling Castle is in the distance.
Shops of every description are but 2 miles or closer, and about max 10 miles is a Safari Park.
THIS SITE HAS GOT IT CRACKED.”