We are immensely proud of our park and strive to make sure all our owners enjoy the precious time they spend here. Surrounded by lush green lawns and trees, attractive water features and pretty floral displays, a Springwood Estate holiday home in this lovely corner of Scotland will help you to relax and make the most of your holiday time.
- Spacious pitches
- Immaculate manicured grounds
- Children's play area
- Wifi broadband throughout the site
- Easy access to glorious wooded, farm and river walks
- Delightful rural location
- Only one mile from the historic market town of Kelso
- A display of new and used static caravans for sale
- Open from February to December
- Family and pet friendly
We are a real family-friendly caravan park, with a play area to keep the kids occupied, not to mention broadband wifi available for all pitches. Shops aren't a problem either with the market town of Kelso just over a mile away. If you want to travel further afield, you will find that Springwood Estate is centrally located for all sorts of amenities and outings in the Scottish Borders. You can see some of our favourite recommendations below.
If you decide Springwood Estate is for you, our friendly staff will help you to settle in and make yourself at home on your spacious pitch. We look forward to welcoming you. To find out more, contact our office.
tel: 01573 224596
When you want to explore beyond the Estate, you will find that the Scottish Borders is a superb holiday destination with everything from ancient abbeys and castles to the latest in downhill mountain biking venues, from fishing and horse-riding to delicious local produce and excellent restaurants.
Just a mile down the road lies the town of Kelso, one of the most attractive of the Borders towns, with its fine market square and attractive shops. Kelso Abbey and the Rennie Bridge are historic highlights and if you head up Roxburgh Street towards the world-famous Floors Castle and gardens, you might spot the horseshoe set into the cobbles to commemorate the visit of Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745. A golf course, swimming pool, ice rink and race course are among its sporting facilities.
Find out much more about the Scottish Borders from the Visit Scottish Borders website, their Events Calendar will let you know what's on during your holiday visit. Meanwhile, here are a few of our recommendations:
Floors Castle is the largest inhabited castle in Scotland and family home to the Duke of Roxburgh. Wander the gardens with their herbaceous borders and glasshouse that lead to woodland and riverside walks. Refuel at one of their two cafes which offer quality locally sourced homemade food.
Home to the biggest man-made lake in Northern Europe, and at over 250 square miles, the largest working forest in England. There are so many ways to explore Kielder, from cycling, hiking and completing our Zog activity trail, there is something for everyone.
Fishing on the River Teviot
We are lucky enough to be situated on the banks of the River Teviot just a short distance up-stream from the famous Junction pool joining the Tweed and Teviot! You can purchase a permit to fish for trout on dedicated picturesque banks of the Tweed and Teviot from us.
Glentress Forest Mountain Biking
Award winning bike trails attracting riders from all over the UK. Glentress has trails to suit all levels. If riding isn’t your thing, don’t worry, it offers a variety of walks with stunning views over the Tweed Valley
Beirhope Alpaca Trekking
If you are looking for something fun to do with the family Beirhope have you covered. Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and take a step into the Cheviot Hills with an Alpaca by your side.
Schloss Golf Course
Within the grounds of Schloss Roxburghe is the only Championship-grade Golf course in the Scottish Borders.
The Hirsel Homestead
A fascinating day out surrounded by mature woodland walks. With a museum and arts and crafts centre there is something for everyone.
Play park, café, gift shop, wood school, zero waste shop and woodland walks. Harestanes has it all!
Kelso Town Centre
The market town of Kelso is only a short walk from Springwood and offers so much to see and do. From galleries to independent shops, swimming pool to bike trails, there is something for everyone in Kelso.
BORDERS EVENT CENTRE
- Borders Art Fair: 13th to 15th March
- Country and Western Festival: 7th May
- Scotland’s National Scooter Rally: 22nd to 24th May
- Kelso Antiques Fleamarket: 11th & 12th April
- Championship Dog Show: 20th & 21st June
- Border Union Show: 24th & 25th July
- Kelso Folk Club: 6th March and every week thereafter at the Cross Keys Hotel
- Kelso Races: 16th March
- Easter Weekend at Floors Castle: 10th to 12th April
- Kelso Races: 6th May
- International Horse Trails at Floors Castle: 15th to 17th May
- Kelso Civic Week: 12th to 18th July
- Kelso Farmers Market: Held on the fourth Saturday of the month in Kelso Square
- Bonfire Night: 5th November