Holiday Parks in Scotland
Lodges, Caravans, Glamping, Camping & Touring Parks
If you are looking for a holiday set within pristine natural beauty then staying on a holiday park in Scotland takes some beating. Rugged mountains, glens, mysterious lochs and long stretches of white sandy beaches are in abundance . The wild yet beautiful landscape is steeped in history, culture, tradition and legend and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe when it comes to luxury lodges and high end glamping parks.
It’s great walking country, perfect for nature lovers and bird watchers, and the locations of many holiday parks make it easy to enjoy a superb range of outdoor activities. There are fabulous, secluded beaches to discover too, particularly along the Gulf Stream warmed West Coast with palm trees! You can go on dolphin and whale spotting trips for an unforgettable experience.
If you are planning a touring or caravan holiday in Scotland, the country is packed with castles and abbeys, historic houses and gardens, distilleries and breweries and visitor centres to help explain the heritage. Wherever you park your caravan or pitch your tent, you will never be far from a forest, loch, beach or mountain. And if you play golf, lets not gorget that Scotland is the home of golf and there are over 500 golf courses around the country including the world famous St Andrews.
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During the summer months, Scotland is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Popular activities, especially in in areas such as the Cairngorms and Nevis Range in the Highlands, include...
- Mountain biking
- Fishing in the countless rivers and lakes
- White water rafting
- Sailing and windsurfing around the islands and lochs
Scotland is a popular tourist destination any time of year but during the winter, snow sports are the focus. There are 5 ski areas.....
- Cairngorms (Aviemore)
- Nevis Range near Fort William
- The Lecht
...each offering downhill skiing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and ski touring. Unlike the ski resorts in the Alps, there is no on-mountain accommodation. Fortunately, there are many holiday parks close to all of the ski areas where you have a wide choice of accommodation options including glamping pods and state of the art luxury lodges.