Information on Loch Ken in Dumfries & Galloway
for watersports, holiday parks and accommodation.
Loch Ken is a 9 mile long freshwater loch in
Dumfries & Galloway, southern Scotland. The loch
is fed by the Water of Ken and River Dee. The loch is
fast becomming a leisure and watersport hot spot.
The Loch Ken Water
Ski & Wakeboard School, as seen below, is
situated on the east side of Loch Ken at Loch Ken
Marina, next to the A713. Activities catered for
include: Mono Skiing, Slalom Skiing, Waterskiing,
Wakeboarding, Banana Boats and Speed Boat Trips.
Activity Centre is situated on the east side of
Loch Ken next to the A713. The centre has a
waterfront cafe, and caters for : Sailing,
Windsurfing, Powerboating, Kayaking, Canoeing,
Outdoor Laser Quest, Archery, Mountain Biking,
Orienteering, Climbing/Abseiling and more. Map.
The Loch Ken
Holiday Park is a Scottish Tourist Board 4 star
holiday park situated on the east side of Loch Ken by
the A713. This is a peaceful haven next to an RSPB
bird reservation, the "Galloway Kite Trail" and the
Galloway Forest Park, which offers our visitors many
opportunities to walk, climb, cycle and bird watch.
The park has a number of static holiday homes for
hire, also, tent and touring van pitches. Map.
Glenlaggan Lodges and Touring Park is
situated on the east side of Loch Ken by Loch Ken
Marina. The touring park caters for five Caravan Club
tourers at a time, and some lodges may be available
for hire. Map.
The town of Castle Douglas is
situated a few miles south of Loch Ken, and the
village of New
Galloway is situated a few miles north of Loch