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Indulge in luxurious dairy Cream o' Galloway Ice Cream, tuck into tasty Finlay's Farmhouse Cheese and enjoy lots and lots of deliciously good fun at our award winning Visitor Centre. Cream o' Galloway is a deliciously good fun place to visit. With its woodland adventure playground, indoor visitor centre and play areas, daily events, exciting slides, rides and pedal kart track, and its miles of beautiful walks and nature trails to explore in Galloway's scenic countryside.
Why not visit the National Trust for Scotland, Threave Nature Reserve near Castle Douglas. Breeding osprey's can be seen at the nest from a viewing platform near Threave Castle April till September. It's also a wildfowl refuge, which during the winter months attracts many species of duck and geese including the elusive Greenland-whitefronted Geese.
The Red Kite feeding Station at Bellymack Farm, Laurieston DG7 2PJ is a must to see for any wildlife watcher or photographer. Feeding takes place daily at 2.pm 365 days of the year. Open 12 noon till 4pm.
The huge expanse of peat that is Kirkconnell Flow is spread out below you as you drive up Winnyhill on the Dumfries to New Abbey road. 'The Moss' as its known locally, provides an escape from the pressures of everyday life. It is a jewel in the diverse but intimate landscape lying between the granite uplands of Criffel and the vast flats of the Solway Firth.
The Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park is set in 27 acres of mixed woodland, is the wild animal conservation centre of southern Scotland. A varied collection of nearly 150 animals from all over the world can be seen within the peaceful and natural settings where the woodland has been tailored to provide large and imaginative enclosures.
Scotland's Biking Heaven
The 7stanes are seven mountain biking trail centres spanning the south of Scotland.