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Camping Holidays in Scotland

From the breath taking Highlands down to the crystal clear coastal bays, from majestic Lochs to historical towns and cities; Scotland has enough holiday opportunities to last a lifetime, so what are you waiting for?

The vast array of beautiful scenery and multitude of activities will always leave you wanting more, in fact there’s so much to do and take in it’s difficult to know where to start, but wherever you decide to go in Scotland it sure enough won’t disappoint.


Scotland is the perfect place to spend some quality time with the family. Whether it’s fun filled adventures or relaxing breaks then there’s plenty for everyone, young and old.

Within the historic towns and cities visit museums, galleries and castles and be sure not to miss those guided tours. Learn about the Scottish culture and soak up the atmosphere of times gone by.

You can’t visit Scotland without participating in the great outdoors, with the diversity of landscapes on offer and a plethora of activities to get the most out of your experience. Whether it’s hill or mountain walking, cycling or pony trekking, there’s an activity to suit everyone. Why not take a boat trip on one of the famous Lochs or try a spot of fishing alongside if you prefer something more genteel.  If you visit in summer be sure to catch some of the highland games and truly embrace that Scottish way of life.

Island hopping is the perfect family adventure and an excellent opportunity to experience those far flung Iles. Bask in that feeling of all the stresses and strains of modern day life melting away. To top it all off don’t forget to try some of the exceptional Scottish hospitality on offer wherever you go, whether or not it involves a wee dram of Whisky is up to you!

Campsites in Scotland

Don’t let the weather put you off! Yes it does rain but also there are plenty of times to soak up the sun, and regardless of the weather a camping trip is an adaptable and fun way to holiday in this beautiful land.

With a wide variety of opportunities from basic pitches with few facilities, to the more glamorous side to camping with all the home comforts, there’s something here to suit all budgets and tastes allowing everyone to enjoy a slice of this northern idyll.

Holiday Parks in Scotland

Things to do

Deep Sea World, North Queensferry, Fife

With one of Europe’s largest collections of sharks this deep sea adventure is certainly one to get your teeth in to. From hands on rock pools to a 112m long underwater tunnel housing some rather snappy fish there’s plenty to see and do.

Edinburgh Castle

The most famous castle in Scotland, with its imposing view over the beautiful and historic city of Edinburgh it can’t fail to impress. The oldest part of this castle dates from the 12th century and with bits added on over time make your way through centuries of Scottish history. It also houses the sparkling Scottish crown jewels.

RSPB Mersehead Reserve, Dumfries

Wildlife lovers this is for you! Set on the picturesque north Solway Coast this wetland and saltmarsh reserve has so much natural diversity you’ll be inspired. Take a walk along one of the many nature trails or coastal paths, stop at one of the hides for a spot of bird watching and see them thriving in their natural habitat. With an educational and illuminating visitor centre included, this is a fabulous day out for everyone.

Landmark Forest Adventure Park, Inverness-shire

How much activity can you handle in one day? Let this adventure park take on that challenge! With rock climbing, flume rides, rollercoasters and tree top walks there’s something fun here at every corner. All set in a distinctive Scottish pine forest and be sure to watch out for those cheeky red squirrels in their own adventure land.

Getting there

Whether you choose to drive or go by public transport Scotland is well served by road and rail.

The West coast mainline goes up to Glasgow and the East Coast mainline to Edinburgh and then with smaller destinations on the rail network it’s surprising how far you can get. Just make sure you check your times as the trains to more remote destinations don’t run as frequently.

Travelling by car is probably the most convenient way of seeing the remote highland or coastal areas, if you don’t like long journeys then there are plenty of scenic stop overs along the way.

Written by of Family Camping Reviews

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