Turriff Caravan Park is a family-friendly site, located near Turriff town centre within easy access of shops and sporting facilities, as well as both the whisky and castle trails. Open March-October, for caravans, motorhomes & campers
Open from 20 March to 26 October, 2015, Turriff Caravan Park is a Community run enterprise located in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland, in an area with a tremendous amount to offer. It is a quiet, family-friendly site local shops and supermarkets, a park with boating pond, sports centre, swimming pool, all-weather pitch and many other amenities are all within walking distance and there are also tennis courts and an excellent indoor bowling club in the town..
Next to the boating pond and Haughs Park, where the annual Turriff Agricultural Show is held every year in early August, the site is ideal as a base for those who want to explore the area, with access to both the whisky and castle trails. Don't miss the chance to visit beautiful Fyvie Castle, just south of Turriff, or Delgatie Castle with its award-winning Laird's kitchen. For those who enjoy outdoor activities this is an ideal area for cycling, fishing, shooting and horse-riding.
Those visiting the area to do some family research will find a visit to Turriff Heritage Museum an invaluable source of information.
The Caravan Park is also only 30 minutes’ drive from the coast and the Moray Firth with its many picturesque villages, and an hour from the high mountains of the Cairngorm National Park, Other key towns within easy reach include Banff, Ellon, Fraserburgh, Huntly, Inverurie and Aberdeen (the latter approximately 1 hour's drive away).
The site has 14 fully-serviced static stances, 36 touring stances for touring caravans/motorhomes and 26 camping spaces, ideal for invidiual visitors or organised groups. Contact Warden Linda Pirie on 01888 562205 or by Email email@example.com or visit our website at www.turriffcaravanpark.com to check availability and/or book your place.
The site also has the major benefit of being located on the 'dry' side of Scotland, at least as far as the weather goes, with only around 25" of annual rainfall and longer, sunnier and drier days than most other parts of the UK.