8 Best Holiday Parks In Scotland

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Are you looking for holiday parks in Scotland?

With its dramatic highlands, remote islands, majestic mountains, glens and lochs and historic cities, it’s no wonder Scotland was voted the best holiday destination in the world in 2020.

Visit Sutherland and Caithness for unspoilt, dramatic scenery, Berwickshire for picturesque coastal towns, and for mountains and deep silent lochs, go to the Cowal Peninsula.

With miles of remote beaches and rugged coast for fishing, water sports or just relaxing, winding roads through stunning unspoilt landscapes, castles and places of interest, Scotland is an idyllic destination for a peaceful break, a family holiday, for walkers and climbers and for tourers who want to see everything this beautiful country offers.

There is a range of fabulous holiday parks to welcome you with customary Scottish hospitality, prices to suit your pocket and facilities to meet your needs.

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Best Holiday Parks In Scotland

Seton Sands, Haven

(Close to Edinburgh – sandy beach)

This delightful, small holiday park is located near Port Seton, a picturesque fishing village on the Firth of Forth, just 23 miles east of Edinburgh.

Combine day trips to historic Edinburgh, see the castle and walk the Royal Mile through the old town or go to the zoo.

With stunning views over the Firth of Forth, and of the famous Forth railway bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Seton Sands is an idyllic location for walkers.

Close to a beautiful, sandy beach, great for family days out, windsurfing and sea fishing, this is an ideal family holiday park offering a wealth of activities for all ages including a 9-hole golf course and a heated indoor pool.

Excellent facilities are offered:

  • Supermarkets
  • Swimming Pools
  • Entertainment
  • Lounge area
  • A range of comfortable self-catering accommodation
  • Restaurants and takeaway
  • Launderette

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Craig Tara, Haven

sea view at Craig Tara

Set in glorious grounds in the Ayrshire hills, in the heart of Burns Country, Craig Tara Holiday Park is one of the UK’s largest parks and makes for a fabulous family holiday.

At the same time, it provides a comfortable base for walking, touring, and exploring the spectacular west coast.

There are stunning coastal walks with beautiful views of Ailsa Craig, and historic Culzean Castle within easy reach.

Among its first-class facilities, Craig Tara offers a host of fun activities for all the family:

• 9-hole golf course
• Indoor swimming pool, waterslides
• Multi-level water complex
• All-weather Airspace sports hall
• Entertainment venues
• Arcade amusements
• Bar and restaurant, Cook’s Fish and Chips
• Burger King® and Papa John’s Pizza® Millie’s Cookies
• Indoor Sports Drome*
• Aerial Adventure
• Adventure trails
• All weather multi-sports court, mini sports (3-5s)
• Archery Coaching
• Climbing wall
• Crazy Golf
• Junior Segways (6+) Segways (12+)

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Sandylands Holiday Park, Parkdean Resorts

(sandy beaches – Burns country)

Close to the popular Ayrshire resort of Saltlands on the west coast of Scotland, Sandylands Holiday Park offers a relaxing base for a touring holiday and an excellent option for a peaceful family holiday.

With two superb sandy beaches nearby and just a 40-minute drive from Glasgow, you can explore the west coast, visit an ancient castle in the heart of Burns country or learn about the Vikings who once lived here.

The isles of Arran and Cumbrae are a short ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde.

You can relax and unwind with a swim in the indoor pool and have a meal in the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant.

A range of facilities include:

  • Free parking
  • Internet
  • Pool
  • Bar/lounge
  • Beach
  • Evening entertainment
  • Children’s Activities (Kid/Family Friendly)
  • Indoor and outdoor heated pool
  • Restaurant
  • Kids’ outdoor play equipment
  • Pets Allowed (Dog/Pet Friendly)
  • Convenience store
  • Laundry service/self-serve laundry

Brora Club Site

(Scottish Isles – dog friendly)

Just north of Brora on the east coast of Sutherland, in the remote Scottish Highlands, this sheltered site has beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and is 300 yards from a sandy beach.

The golf course also forms a pathway to the sea. Plenty of attractions are on offer for the family, from swimming or fishing to bird, dolphin and deer watching. Walk, drive or cycle on quiet roads to discover picturesque lochs and mountains.

A day trip to the Orkney Islands or a single-track train ride to Wick must be on your itinerary. Brora Club Site is a peaceful haven and the village nearby has shops and restaurants.

Facilities include:

  • BBQs allowed
  • Gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog area on site
  • Dog walk from site

Dunnet Bay Club Site

(Sandy beaches – Orkneys)

Dunnet Bay is the perfect place to get away from it all.

Located in Thurso, an area of outstanding natural beauty, this is a stunning location for walking holidays. There are magnificent views from the site across the beach to Dunnet Head, the northernmost point of the British Isles.

From the headland there are views over the Pentland Firth to Orkney and across miles of the north coast to Ben Loyal and Ben Hope.

Two miles of white sandy beach is sheltered by sand dunes, a paradise for surfers where you can sunbathe, paddle and swim. You can spot wildlife and seabirds, go island hopping by boat and coach, go fishing, and visit sites of historic interest, including Castle Mey.

Dunnet Bay Club Site offers visitors:

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk
  • Electric hook-up
  • Gas
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point

Kinlochewe Club Site

(Walkers paradise)

Described as a “magical oasis”, this peaceful, secluded site is located 0.75 miles from the achingly beautiful Beinn Eighe Scottish Natural Heritage Nature Reserve.

Golden eagles and deer are a common site by the beautiful Lochside at sunset.

The landscape surrounding the village, lochs, woodlands, and mountains is an absolute paradise for walkers and climbers and walkers. Drive down Glen Torridon through to Applecross for truly spectacular views across to the Isle of Skye.

Kinlochewe Club Site offers all the facilities to ensure an unforgettable holiday:

  • Hard standings
  • Licensed shop
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site

Ryan Bay Holiday Park, Hagan Leisure

(Family friendly- dogs welcome)

In a delightful setting on the banks of Loch Ryan in the lowlands of Scotland, Ryan Bay Holiday Park offers stunning views across the bay.

A short distance from Stranraer, this is the perfect location for exploring the Dumfries and Galloway. Miles of forest and woodland trails, a rocky shore with sandy beaches, family-friendly Ryan Bay is an ideal base for walking, water sports, fishing, and beach days.

Visit castle Kennedy and Gardens and the picturesque Port Patrick Harbour or take a day trip to Ireland. There are a host of cultural events to enjoy too, starting with the Big Burns Supper in January.

First class amenities include:

  • Mains electricity
  • Hot water
  • Private Parking Next to Pitch
  • Clubhouse Restaurant
  • Patio or Beer Garden
  • Licensed Bar
  • Picnic Area
  • Laundry facilities
  • Children’s outdoor play area
  • Indoor and outdoor activities for children
  • 9-hole golf course

Blair Castle Caravan Park

(Glamping – Cairngorms)

Ideally situated at the entrance to the Cairngorms National Park, is the perfect location for exploring the surrounding miles of stunning hills, woodlands, and countryside.

A spacious, scenic site, Blair Castle Caravan Park is extremely popular with visitors who love being out in nature. Pitlochry close by is one of the most beautiful, vibrant towns in the heart of Scotland, famous for its heritage and Highland Games. Guests are welcome to walk in the stunning miles of Atholl Estate lands beyond around the Park.

Amenities offered include:

  • 33 non-electric pitches and 29 electric pitches
  • Hard standings and fully serviced pitches
  • Supersized pitches ideal for big motorhomes.
  • Pods with heating, electric
  • Range of woodland lodges and holiday homes.

From the remote, starkly beautiful western isles, to the highlands and lowlands, there’s a part of bonny Scotland calling to every heart.

And there’s a Holiday Park in Scotland to suit everyone.

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