With the significant rainfall wellies are highly recommended for anyone visiting the site at the moment.
We are doing our best to pump and put out duckboards to help with access but there is only so much we can do.
A world of wildlife awaits at Caerlaverock Wetland Centre. We're home to wintering wildfowl such as wigeon, teal, curlew, lapwing, barnacle geese and whooper swans and raptors such as hen harriers, marsh harriers, merlins and peregrine falcons.
Caerlaverock Wetland Centre is a spectacular 1,400 acre wild reserve situated on the north Solway coast.Find out more
Find out which species have made an appearance with our latest sightings, updated regularly by staff and volunteers.Find out more
As the seasons change, so do the wild visitors. Find out what to see when with our Wildlife Guide.Find out more
Our viewing areas are specially placed to showcase the richest of our wildlife. Some can be intentionally hard to spot, attracting our shyest species, so be sure to visit them all.Find out more