Always popular with touring holidaymakers, Scotland has seen an explosion in visitor numbers in recent years, as many of us seek out the wide open spaces of National Parks such as the Cairngorms and Loch Lomond & The Trossachs. If it’s a country you’re thinking of exploring, you’re going to want the best caravan park in Scotland to stay at – that’s where this guide comes in.

With a mainland coastline stretching some 6160 miles, countless lochs and islands and breathtaking views at every turn, this wonderful wilderness is a sight to behold.

There are the great cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, but the lochs, distilleries and western islands are the biggest draw. Scotland offers unrivalled natural beauty and vibrant cities, with some truly wild open spaces and some of Britain’s best beaches.

If you’re looking for inspiration for your next break and are wondering which caravan park in Scotland to stay at, we’re here to help. Choosing the best caravan park can be tricky but you can rely on our guide to offer some top contenders.

The best caravan parks in Scotland:

Myrus Caravan & Holiday Park
Findhorn Bay
Linwater Caravan Park
Bunree Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
Scone Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Sunnyside Croft Touring Park

The best caravan park in Scotland is…

Myrus Caravan & Holiday Park

Macduff, Aberdeenshire AB45 3QP

  • Open: 1 April – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 22
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £31

This gem of a campsite has been voted the best caravan park in Scotland, and is spending its 3rd year as the region’s winner in our Top 100 Sites Guide! Myrus Caravan and Holiday Park is an adults-only caravan park, set amongst the rural serenity of Aberdeenshire. With hardstanding and grass pitches available as well as fully serviced super-pitches, the site is well-equipped for caravans and motorhomes.

Facilities on-site feature heated washrooms complete with luxury private cubicles and accessible facilities. There is also a laundry area equipped with an iron and tumble dryer along. The relaxing site is surrounded by mature woodland and boasts a grassy picnic area with a barbeque. 

Nearby, visitors can easily access the Moray Coast, including Cullykhan Beach, and the attractive harbour towns. Closer to home is a golf course and coffee shop, while the nearby towns of Banff and Macduff offer pubs, shops and restaurants.

The contenders for the best caravan site in Scotland are:

Findhorn Bay

The Park, Findhorn, Forres IV36 3TY

  • Open: 1 April – 1 November
  • Touring pitches: 34
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £28

A short drive from the pretty town of Forres, Findhorn Bay Holiday Park is in a great spot for exploring the Cairngorms and Aberdeenshire. A worthy addition to our best caravan park in Scotland guide, the site overlooks the River Findhorn and is just 1.5 miles from the Moray Coast, with its stretches of sand and shingle beaches.

On-site, visitors benefit from recently refurbished washrooms and toilets, as well as laundry facilities, WiFi and a kid’s play area. Next door to the caravan park is the Findhorn Foundation, an ecovillage that hosts a cafe, shop and activity centre. Local amenities can be found in the nearby village of Findhorn along with the beautiful Findhorn Beach.


Seafield Avenue, Grantown-on-Spey PH26 3JQ

  • Open: All year
  • Touring pitches: 130
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: from £34.90 (+£1 per night for non-Caravan Club members)
Grantown on Spey

A previous Regional Winner, this immaculate caravan site in Scotland lies within the Cairngorms National Park and makes the perfect base for exploring the stunning area.

It’s a caravan park that is open all year, offering grass, hardstanding and super pitches that are serviced by two heated washroom and toilet blocks as well as laundry facilities and high-speed WiFi. Also on-site is a toddler washroom, accessible amenities, a games room and a kid’s play area. 

The nearby River Spey offers salmon and trout fishing, while a wealth of walking routes and bike trails can be found nearby. Cafes, shops and pubs are a short walk away in the village of Grantown on Spey.

Linwater Caravan Park

West Clifton, East Calder, West Lothian EH53 0HT

  • Open: All year
  • Touring pitches: 60
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: from £30

This well-equipped touring park is perfect for getting a taste of city and country in one trip. Situated on the River Almond, this picturesque caravan park benefits from scenic riverside woodland areas while the bright lights of Edinburgh aren’t far away. The site offers hardstanding and grass pitches that all feature electric hook-up and a water point. Their fully serviced pitches also include your own grey water drainage point.  

Facilities on-site include an indoor camping kitchen, a games room, play park, dog walking area and a small shop. The washrooms feature heated showers, privacy cubicles and accessible facilities. 

Bunree Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Bunree Club Site, Onich, Fort William, Highlands PH33 6SE

  • Open: 16 March-5 November
  • Touring pitches: 99
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: from £22.90
Bunree Caravan Club Site

Fancy waking up to mountains just metres from your caravan? Then look no further than Bunree Club Campsite. The stunning caravan park near Fort William sits on the shores of Loch Linne and looks out on a dramatic vista of peaks. At Bunree, you’re within easy reach of Ben Nevis, Glencoe and countless nearby lochs.

They offer hardstanding pitches arranged along the loch as well as toilets, showers and accessible facilities. There is also a dog area on site as well as laundry and dishwashing facilities.

Scone Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Scone Palace Caravan Park, Scone, Perthshire PH2 6BB

  • Open: 3rd March 2023 – 3rd January 2024
  • Touring pitches: 120
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: from £9.45
Static caravans at Scone

This excellent CCC is open to members and non-members alike, offering hardstanding and grass pitches within the grounds of the stunning Scone Palace estate. The Scottish caravan park is great for nature lovers who can spot all sorts of wildlife on the site, including birds of prey. 

Serviced by well-maintained washrooms and laundry amenities, the site also offers a kid’s play area and a dog walk. Just a stone’s throw from the caravan park is the scenic River Tay, where visitors can walk, cycle and fish while the historical city of Perth is a short drive away.

Sunnyside Croft Touring Park

Arisaig, Inverness-shire PH39 4NT

  • Open: 31st March to 22nd October
  • Touring pitches: 40
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: £26

With views across to the Small Isles and close proximity to white sandy beaches, this caravan park is perfect for a tranquil beach getaway. The site prides itself on its eco-friendly approach and has even won a David Bellamy Gold Award for their conservation efforts. 

The family-run site is in a great spot for exploring the West Highland coastline and visitors can also find a golf course and several historical sites nearby. Facilities on-site include well-equipped washrooms, accessible amenities and a family bathroom. Guests can also use the laundry room, dishwashing area and eco-friendly toilet disposal point. 

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