Thursday, 16 September 2021
Ospreys are one of Scotland’s greatest wildlife revival stories. Considered extinct as a breeding bird in the British Isles in 1916, there are now about 250 pairs across the countr...
These hairy, long-horned animals are British Primitive Goats. Goats like these were kept by our ancestors, who valued them for their milk, meat and skins.
Around 50 live in the Park while several hundred more live in the surrounding hills.
You'll find parking, toilets (including accessible facilities), a café and a shop at Clatteringshaws Visitor Centre or Kirroughtree Visitor Centre at each end of the Queen's Way.
There is no charge to park in this car park. Please park with care and consideration. In particular please park in designated parking areas only and do not block entrances or gates.
The car park for Wild Goat Park is on the north side of A712 (also known as The Queen's Way) between Newton Stewart and New Galloway.
DG8 7BL is the nearest postcode.
Visit a famous waterfall and the striking Murray’s Monument
Historic viewpoint at the head of a long tree-clad gully