The region around Seton sands has a wealth of things for you to do - such as days out - beachs - towns - castles - attractions etc
The Ayr Racecourse makes a great day out for all the family - and you may come back with more money than you went with!
A racecourse with with nine fences makes for a memorable day out.
Deep Sea World has one of the world's longest underwater tunnels and Europe's largest collections of sharks. Deep Sea World is Scotland’s national aquarium.
Edinburgh Castle simply a must place to visit, at 260ft above the city you can not miss it. A defensive structure with a history second to none - see the 1pm gun fire and set your clocks.
Scottish Sea Bird Centre makes a great day out by the seaside. With live cameras on the many sea birds in there natural habitat.
The Royal Yacht Britannia the Queens last Royal Yacht - kepted jst how the Queen left it. Berthed in Leith, Edinburgh next to a shopping center.
RZSS Edinburgh Zoo - come and see the famous penguin parade as well as meerkats, super strong sun bears and daily keeper talks.
We stayed in a static caravan onsite as we, and our grown up children, wanted to visit Edinburgh. It's really easy to get into the city from the site and there are loads of transport options. You can catch a bus outside the main gate, which I believe takes 1hr to get into the city centre. There's also a railway station nearby or you can drive to the various park and rides around Edinburgh. We enjoyed the pool and, as we visited outside school holidays, it was very quiet. The entertainment looked fun, but was more suited to families with small children. The small amusement arcade was also fun and there's a fish and chip shop on site that produces tasty food at a good price.
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