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Campsites and Caravan Parks



The Scottish Highlands are an ideal locale for the abundance of campsites and caravan parks which have become such popular holiday destinations.  Campsite and caravan parks in the Highlands run the gamut of styles and accommodation types, so you can be sure there is truly something for everyone.  If you are looking for a leisurely, laid-back holiday set in stunning surroundings, choose a campsite or caravan park for your next visit to the Scottish Highlands.  Probably the most numerous type of accommodation, you can select from a seaside park, lochside  park, mountain range site, or a park set on the fringes of a village or town.  The options are endless.  As well, some of the best beaches in Scotland can be found at campsites and caravan parks in the Scottish Highlands.  Perfect for experiencing the joys of Highland scenery and nature, campsites and caravan parks are great ways to stay in the outdoors, sleep under the stars, and enjoy the fresh Highland air. 
Campsites and caravan parks are a budget-friendly alternative to hotels and other types of self-catering accommodation, and they are perfect for families, those travelling with pets, or for backpackers, cyclists, and hikers.  All kinds of accommodation are available, from a simple campsite with an open fire or your own camp stove to those with shower blocks, updated and eco-friendly toilets, small camp stores, electrical hook-ups, and even the occasional restaurant.  A caravan or campsite holiday is ideal for anyone desiring a back-to-nature vacation, or as a base for touring the Highlands, whether by car, cycle, motorbike, or on foot. 
Recently, with the camping and caravanning holiday gaining in popularity here in the Scottish Highlands, there have been many updates and renovations to existing sites, and the addition of new sites.  Many sites offer quite luxurious amenities as camp and caravan sites go, including things like swimming pools, playgrounds, children’s clubs, kennels, bicycle rentals, and much more.  Laundry facilities are sometimes provided, as well as access to the Internet.  Some campsites and caravan parks may even be attached to licensed activity centres and may offer all kinds of water sports, quad biking, high ropes, pony trekking, and the like.
The Scottish Highlands are a very diverse region, and areas of lower elevation can be quite mild in the winter, as well as those situated near the coastline.  Because of this, many campsites and caravan parks are open year round, so you needn’t limit your holiday to the busier summer months.  It is not unusual in the Scottish Highlands to see holidaymakers setting up camp in a local site all through the winter months.  At the same time, winter camping has been gaining popularity over the years, and with the special equipment and cold weather gear available now, more and more people are choosing to experience the glorious winter scenery and natural environment of the Scottish Highlands.
Scottish Highlands campsites and caravan parks are some of the most peaceful places in the world.  Many people return to the same site, year after year, having found it to be both the perfect getaway destination and easy on the pocketbook.  Many sites are members of the Caravanning Club, but generally all visitors are welcome.  For a holiday in an idyllic setting, with peace and tranquillity, and wonderful views, choose to stay in one the many excellent campsites and caravan parks all over the beautiful Scottish Highlands.

Scottish Highlands campsites and caravan parks have gained in popularity over recent years as many people start to enjoy more leisure time in the beautiful Highlands. As an alternative to holiday cottages, campsites and caravan parks appeal greatly to families.
For budget-conscious backpackers, a campsite offers an inexpensive alternative to hotels or bed and breakfast accommodation. Many enjoy getting closer to nature and being under the stars at night, waking up to the birds singing and the fresh air bracing your face in the morning.

Cooking on a campfire is a great experience however if camp fires are not permitted, and you are camping with backpack and tent, the trusty camp stove will be you're other way of enjoying cooking outside.

Facilities on camping parks in the Scottish Highlands have undergone improvements to make them perfect bases for enthusiasts who enjoy camping, combining the fresh air with modern facilities, updated sanitary blocks and even on site restaurants.

Many Campsites and Caravan Parks can be found in our
Scottish Highlands Guide, whether it be Oban, Fort William, Aviemore, Inverness, Ullapool, Thurso, Wick, Dornoch, Grantown-on-Spey or Nairn, you can be sure that you will find that ideal campsite or caravan park in the Scottish Highlands.

Please feel free to browse our list below.....



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Appin Holiday Homes
Self catering log cabins, cottages and lochside caravans in the district of Appin midway between Oban and Fort William on the West Coast of Scotland. To check...
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Bunroy Caravan and Camping Site
Welcome to Bunroy Caravan & Camping Site...  ....a haven of peace in the heart of the Highlands, surrounded by breathtaking scenery, within easy reach of Ben...
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Great Glen Yurts
Great Glen Yurts is an eco yurt camp in a woodland setting by a river at the foot of Nevis Range. Come and stay in one of our authentic Mongolian yurts set on our...
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Resipole Holiday Park
For that special place where you can relax and unwind, Resipole is well positioned to enjoy the peace, the silence and the stunning views. On the Ardnamurchan...
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Achindarroch Touring Park
This friendly, family run site lies in a quiet, picturesque location at the foot of Glen Duror on the southern boundary of Lochaber. The park is well sheltered and...
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Gruinard Bay Caravan Park, Wester-Ross
Gruinard Bay Caravan Park is situated on a beach-front site extending to about 3.5 acres of level grassland in one of the most outstanding areas of natural beauty on...
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Dalraddy Holiday Park, Aviemore
A quiet family park set in 25 acres of birch woodland with spectacular views of the Cairngorm Mountains range, which now forms part of the Cairngorm National Park. ...
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