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  • Looking down on the Oban Caravan and Camping Park at Gallanachmore Farm
    Oban Caravan and Camping Park
  • Pickaquoy Caravan and Camping Site, Kirkwall, Mainland, Orkney
    Pickaquoy Caravan and Camping Site, Orkney
  • Touring pitches on the Seaward Caravan Park site, near Kirkcudbright, Dumfries & Galloway
    Seaward Caravan Park, near Kirkcudbright

Scotland offers a range of caravan parks and camping sites to suit all budgets, tastes and itineraries whether you are looking for a fun family break with activities or a relaxing holiday away from it all.

Scotland's great outdoors is one of its biggest attractions and one of the best ways of experiencing the beautiful scenery is on a caravan or camping holiday.

There is an extensive range of high quality caravan parks to choose from, many of which are open all year round, in just about every corner of Scotland.

If you’re looking for a flexible break, why not bring your tent, touring caravan or motorhome, or if you want take it easy and explore just one particular area, why not rent a modern caravan holiday home or a lodge in one of Scotland's many caravan parks?

It's not just kids who love the sense of adventure of staying on a caravan park. Many parks have activities and indoor leisure facilities on-site or nearby, so there is always plenty to do regardless of the weather. Caravan holidays are a good option for couples too, giving a chance to recharge your batteries in the great outdoors. 

If you're in need of a reviving break then why not try a caravan holiday park, whether along Scotland's coasts or inland in its dramatic landscapes?

Browse VisitScotland Quality Assured caravans and holiday parks in Scotland.

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  1. Ardfern Tipis

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    Self Catering

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    Ardfern

    Go Native! Stay in a traditional tipi or yurt. Set in 5 acres of woodland on the hillside above Ardfern on the Loch Craignish. Breakfast and BBQ hampers available.

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    • 4 Small Holiday Park
    4 Small Holiday Park

    Coldingham

    This desirable family-run coastal park is well worth a visit. Once visited never forgotten.

  3. Drumlochart Caravan Park

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    Holiday Park

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    • 5 Holiday Park
    5 Holiday Park

    Stranraer

    Welcome to Drumlochart caravan Park

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    Ayr

    Ayr Craigie Gardens Caravan Club Site (formerly Craigie Gardens) is in the grounds of Craigie Estate with access close by to the River Ayr.

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    • 3 Small Holiday Park
    3 Small Holiday Park

    Cannich

    Ideal base for visiting the three glens of Affric, Cannich and Starthfarrar.

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    Logie Coldstone

    The site is located in the quiet and pretty village of Tarland.

  7. Whitfield Farmhouse Camping

    Type

    Camping Park

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    Eyemouth

    Welcome to Whitfield Farmhouse Camping. Walled and fenced private orchard suitable for tents and small campervans

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    • 1 Small Holiday Park
    1 Small Holiday Park

    Dollar

    Welcome to Dollar Holiday Home & Lodge Park

  9. Port Ban Holiday Park

    Type

    Holiday Park

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    • 4 Small Holiday Park
    4 Small Holiday Park

    Tarbert

    Beautiful, secluded, seaside park, on the west coast of Scotland. Voted one of the top 10 campsites in Scotland by 'Wild about Scotland'. Offers stunning views of Islay and Jura. Open for caravan hire, camping and tourers.

  10. Braemar Caravan Park

    Type

    Touring Park

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    Braemar

    Braemar Caravan Park (formerly Braemar The Invercauld) is on the fringes of the village of Braemar, 1,100 feet above sea level and the eastern gateway to the Cairngorms.

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