Static Caravans For Sale Scotland

Loch Shiel, Glenfinnan, Scotland

Are you looking for static caravans for sale Scotland for your next holiday home?

Scotland is a fantastic choice when it comes to buying a static caravan.

Scotland is a versatile location, from the dramatic landscapes, stunning beaches and idyllic lochs, to the magnificent castles, vibrant cities and impressive architecture.

Scotland really is the place to truly experience the great outdoors.

static caravans for sale Scotland

Buying a static caravan is a big purchase, with many things to think about – and one thing that will be hard is deciding which is the best holiday park to buy your holiday home on!

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Essential Info: Static Caravans For Sale Scotland



⭐ Haven Holidays

⭐ New from £38,995

⭐ Site Fees: from £5,845 a year

⭐ Open March – November



⭐ Haven Holidays

⭐ New from £34,995

⭐ Site Fees: from £4,999 a year

⭐ Open March – November



⭐ Away Resorts

⭐ New from £64,995

⭐ Site Fees: TBC

⭐ Open 12 months



⭐ Away Resorts

⭐ New from £139,995

⭐ Site Fees: TBC

⭐ Open 12 months



⭐ Rosneath Castle Park

⭐ New from £45,000

⭐ Site Fees: TBC

⭐ Open 10 months



⭐ Parkdean Resorts

⭐ New from £58,495

⭐ Site Fees: TBC

⭐ Open 12 months



⭐ Parkdean Resorts

⭐ New from £36,495

⭐ Site Fees: TBC

⭐ Open 11 months

*Site Fees vary depending on where the caravan or lodge is located within the holiday park. The above prices should be used as a guide. Many operators have special deals from time to time, sometimes including a free season on purchase.

Read on to find the best holiday parks in Scotland to buy a static caravan or lodge.

1. Seton Sands, Haven

Seton Sands is located just 30 minutes from Edinburgh, yet on the Scottish coastline, making it the perfect location for guests who wish to combine the culture and vibrancy of city life but still benefit from this holiday park’s relaxation and outdoor lifestyle.

Read: Caravans For Sale At Seton Sands

BEACH AT SETON SANDS, beach with sea and sky
Beach at Seton Sands

Seton Sands is a small park with views of the Firth of Forth Estuary.

Seton Sands in Scotland by Haven, Caravans for sale at Seton Sands
Seton Sands (Photo Credit: Haven Holidays)

Seton Sands Holiday Park Highlights:

  • 9-hole golf course with sea views (including an owner’s golf course)
  • 30 minutes from Edinburgh
  • Dog-friendly park
  • Exclusive Privilege Card discounts
  • Owner’s Lounge
  • Owner only swimming
  • Owner-only day trips
  • Live entertainment

2. Craig Tara, Haven

Located near Ayr in South Ayrshire, Craig Tara is one of Haven’s biggest holiday parks.

The family-friendly holiday park is ideal for buying a caravan, with direct beach access and a wide range of fun activities onsite to keep everyone entertained.

Caravan Ownership at Craig Tara (Photo Credit: Haven Holidays)
Ownership at Craig Tara (Photo Credit: Haven Holidays)

There are pre-owned caravans and new caravans available to buy.

Craig Tara Holiday Park Highlights:

  • Direct beach access
  • Dog friendly
  • Multi-level pool complex with flumes and slides
  • 9-hole 3-par golf course (sea-facing)
  • Toddlers’ Play Village
  • Crazy golf course
  • 10 minutes drive from Ayr
  • The Bay Owners’ Club
  • Owners only heated indoor pool
  • Owners’ gym
  • Spa facilities

3. Moffat Manor Holiday Park, Away Resorts

Picture this: 80 acres of stunning Scottish countryside with lochs, woodlands, and cycle routes. Now add a dog-friendly holiday park with all the amenities you could want, including a tavern, play area, and on-site shop.

That’s Moffat Manor Holiday Park, which might just be the perfect destination for holiday home ownership.

Moffat Manor Holiday Park View
Moffat Manor Holiday Park View (Photo Credit: Away Resorts)

Moffat Manor is set in a truly magical location. Surrounded by 80 acres of idyllic Scottish countryside, the holiday park is the perfect place for outdoor lovers to explore and connect with nature.

Whether you want to take a picnic down by the loch or go for a hike through the endless woodland, there’s something for everyone at Moffat Manor.

And if you’re lucky, you might even spot some rare wildlife along the way.

In addition to its idyllic location, Moffat Manor also boasts some great facilities that will make your stay even more enjoyable.

Caravans For Salet at Moffat Manor Holiday Park
Caravans For Sale at Moffat Manor Holiday Park (Photo Credit: Away Resorts)

The Lakeside Tavern is the perfect place to relax with a pint after a long day of exploring, while the play area is ideal for keeping the kids entertained. There’s also an on-site shop if you need to pick up any essentials during your stay.

All the caravans available to purchase come with the option to include high-quality standard features such as double glazing, double beds, large living areas, and central heating.

4. Glendevon Resort

Glendevon Resort is a residential park located in Perthshire, just 49 miles from Edinburgh. The park is home to woodland trails, castles and no fewer than 30 golf courses – all within a 30-mile radius of the park.

Glendevon Residential Country Park Homes View
Glendevon Residential Country Park Homes View (Photo Credit: Away Resorts)

As it is a residential park, you can live at Glendevon all year round, but if you don’t want to live full-time in the park, you can also buy a lodge or caravan as a holiday home.

The homes themselves are top quality and available in various sizes and budgets to suit all needs. Holiday homes are available in various sizes and budgets to suit all needs.

Glendevon Residential Country Park Homes
Glendevon Residential Country Park Homes (Photo Credit: Away Resorts)

Wake up to stunning views of the purple heather-covered Perthshire mountains and explore beautiful Perthshire’s glens, reservoirs and moors.

The location is absolutely stunning. You’ll wake up to breathtaking views of the Scottish countryside every single day. There’s plenty to do in the area. Whether you want to explore the local castles and golf courses or go for walks in the stunning countryside, you’ll never be bored here.

5. Rosneath Castle Park 

Rosneath Castle Park is a quiet site located on the west coast of Scotland. With Loch Lomond within easy distance, this park is perfect for those seeking a peaceful getaway from it all holiday.

a view of a holiday park by the lake with reflection of the sky
Rosneath Castle Park is located near Loch Lomond

New and used static caravans are available for sale from various manufacturers. Prices start from £19,995.

Rosneath Castle Park Highlights:

  • Open 11 months
  • 1 hour from Glasgow
  • Located near Loch Lomond
  • Sailing school in July and August
  • Bar and bistro
  • Playground
  • Exclusive owner events
  • Dog friendly

Rosneath Castle Park is situated in a fantastic rural location, set on a loch-side in the stunning area of Argyll.

Argyll, Scotland
Argyll, Scotland

Argyll is a region in Scotland renowned for its outstanding natural beauty. The area is home to countless walks, trails, lochs and rivers, making it the perfect destination for those who love to explore the great outdoors.

There are also numerous historical sites to be found in Argyll, including castles, churches and ancient Standing Stones.

Glasgow Scotland castle

Glasgow is just one hour from the park, perfect for a day trip to explore Scotland’s largest city. Glasgow is a major financial and business centre and a popular tourist destination.

The city is known for its architecture, museums, galleries, and universities. Glasgow was also the European City of Culture in 1990. The city has a rich industrial heritage and was once one of the largest shipbuilding centres in the world.

Glasgow is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with plenty to offer visitors. Whether you’re looking for culture, history or simply a good time, Glasgow has something for everyone.

Whether you’re looking for an active holiday or a relaxing break, Rosneath Castle Park has something to offer everyone.

6. Sandylands, Parkdean

Sandylands Holiday Park is located in Saltcoats in Ayrshire, just 40 minutes from Glasgow.

Set between two sandy beaches, there are plenty of activities to take part in both onsite and locally.

Family at Sandylands Holiday Park
Family at Sandylands Holiday Park (Photo Credit: Parkdean Resorts)

Parkdean offers a selection of new and used static caravans to buy, with finance options available.

A real bonus of this holiday park is Parkdean’s extended 12-month open season for exclusive use by holiday homeowners.

Sandylands Holiday Park Highlights:

  • 5-minute drive to the beach
  • Pet friendly
  • Heated indoor pool
  • Kids pool
  • Golf nearby
  • Family entertainment
  • Kids entertainment
  • Fish and chips takeaway
  • Arcade
  • Boathouse Bar and Restaurant

7. Southerness, Parkdean

Southerness Holiday Park is located in Dumfries and Galloway on the Scottish borders.

Southerness is a small coastal village positioned by the beach, with plenty to explore locally.

Southerness Holiday Park Caravan Views
Southerness Holiday Park Caravan Views (Photo Credit: Parkdean Resorts)

There is a range of new and used static caravans for sale from Parkdean at Southerness Holiday Park, with a choice of sea view pitches available.

The holiday park is open for owner use for 11 months of the year.

Southerness Holiday Park Highlights:

  • Located in a small coastal village with breath-taking sea views
  • Positioned on the beach
  • Swimming pool
  • Adventure playground
  • Amusement arcade
  • Coast Bar and Restaurant
  • New and used holiday homeownership available

FAQ About Static Caravan Ownership In Scotland

Here are common questions for owning static caravans for sale Scotland:

How Much Does A Static Caravan Cost In Scotland?

New static caravans can start at around £45,000 plus annual site fees, and used static caravans often start at around £20,000, depending on their condition and location.

Do You Pay Council Tax On A Static Caravan In Scotland?

Static caravans or lodges used for holidays are not subject to council tax in Scotland. If your static caravan is your main residence, you will need to pay council tax.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

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