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151 campsites in Scotland

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This is a small, level park close to Loch Alsh with a wooded hillside behind (criss-crossed with woodland walks). Set mainly on well cut grass...

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Woodend is a delightful, small park overlooking Loch Shin and perfect for hill walkers and backpackers. Peaceful and simple, it is owned and run by...

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Located within easy reach from Yellowcraig Caravan and Motorhome Club site, the promontory harbour affords exceptional views of the Bass Rock and other islands. Nearby...

Peaceful and intimate Kinlochewe Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is set at the foot of the rugged slopes of Beinn Eighe, at the end of...

Morvich Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is the ideal getaway for those who enjoy the great outdoors. Located on the lush green, wooded valley floor...

Situated just north of Brora on the east coast of Sutherland, Brora Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set in a sheltered saucer of land...

If you are looking for a really nice location for your visit to the south-west highlands, this site will take some beating as it surrounded...

Forfar Lochside Caravan and Motorhome Club Site offers access to the attractive Angus Glens. It has a picturesque parkland location on the shores of the...

Situated as it is, on the northern outskirts and within easy reach of the city of Edinburgh, this large, busy Caravan and Motorhome Club site...

Maragowan Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is a picturesque family holiday location nestled on the bank of the River Lochay in Scotland. It is within...

The 1,200-acre Strathclyde Country Park is a large green area less than 15 miles from the centre of Glasgow. This Caravan and Motorhome Club site...

Balbirnie Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site offers a variety of walks, some of which are suitable for cycling, wheelchairs and mobility scooters. The site...

Dunnet Bay Caravan and Motorhome Club site is close to the village of Dunnet and next to a lovely sandy beach. Dunnet Bay is situated...

The Clachan Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a find with its several open pitching areas tucked quietly away in woodland ablaze with wildflowers and...

An ideal location for a relaxing holiday, Garlieston Caravan and Motorhome Club site is both peaceful and picturesque. Divided into two sections for choice of...

Nestled on the tranquil shores of Loch Naver with direct views of Ben Klibreck, Altnaharra Caravan and Motorhome Club site in Lairg is ideal for...

Melrose Gibson Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site is an ideal transit park, being so close to the A68, but is also a perfect base...

This is a Caravan and Motorhome Club site on the shore of Luce Bay. It is carefully landscaped into seven pitching areas, each with a...

Culloden Moor Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a quiet and tranquil place perfectly located for exploring the city of Inverness and the surrounding areas...

Ayr Craigie Gardens Caravan and Motorhome Club campsite is in the grounds of the Craigie Estate with nearby access to the River Ayr. The site...

Scotland

There’s something at once fierce and majestic about the wild landscapes of Scotland. The scenery is beautifully rugged, with heather-clad hills, dramatic peaks and the blue-black waters of the lochs. It’s a great place to chase down the northern lights in the winter and enjoy river rafting and whisky tasting in the summer.

With so many campsites in Scotland, there are plenty of places to stay whether you’re looking for one location or several for touring. From Edinburgh to the Isle of Skye, there’s no shortage of breathtaking views, historic towns or imposing castles. Dunrobin Castle in the north is a particularly fine example, set in the Highlands and appearing to have been lifted straight from a fairytale.

One of the joys of camping in Scotland is the opportunity to see its varied wildlife. Ospreys and eagles wheel above heather-clad hillsides and remote moorland, and schools of dolphins can be spotted around the coast.

Find destinations for camping in Scotland using our listing and refine your results by region or theme. For details of camping in the Cairngorms or Loch Lomond visit our National Parks hub.

Drink Driving in Scotland

It's worth noting that the legal limits in Scotland differ from the rest of the UK.  Scotland lowered the limit to 22mg per 100ml (breath limit) / 50mg per 100ml (blood limit) in 2014. To err on the side of caution, we would recommend that zero alcohol is consumed on the day you intend to drive and that consumption the day before you intend to drive is limited. More information can be found on the Scottish Government website