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Camping in the Lowlands

35 campsites in Scotland, Lowlands

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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...

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...

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...

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...

Just north of the border, Cressfield is an all-year park situated in undulating countryside near the village of Ecclefechan. There is a large caravan holiday...

Lidalia is nestled in a beautifully landscaped setting, the site is also within easy strolling distance of the quaint village of Newcastleton, a Scottish Borders...

Kings Green Caravan Park is owned and run by the Port William Community Association with regular warden visits. All the profits from the site go...

Barlochan Caravan Park is situated on a hillside overlooking the Urr Estuary on the Solway Coast close to Dalbeattie and Castle Douglas, with the small...

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...

Sandyhills Bay is a small, quiet park beside a sheltered, sandy beach. Reception is on the left through a car park used by visitors either...

Aird Donald is a good stopping off point when travelling to and from the Irish ferries, but it is also useful for seeing the sights...

Jedburgh Camping & Caravanning Club site is ideal for those wishing to explore the Scottish borders or stop off en-route to or from Scotland. Located...

Mossyard is a family run park set within a working farm right beside the sea in a sheltered bay. The park and farmhouse appear together...

Moffat Camping & Caravanning Club site is located close to the pretty Victorian spa town. Moffat warrants a long stay with its fine setting surrounded...

A warm welcome awaits here on the island of Arran from the resident owner, Maurice Deighton. Located on the southernmost point of the island, Seal...

Loch Ken Holiday Park is a very well maintained site on the shore of the loch, opposite the RSPB bird reserve and the Galloway Forest...

The Braids is a gently sloping site with 78 pitches, with a mixture of both grass and hardstandings, that are in the main, level. Some...

Hidden away within 1,200 exclusive acres, on a quiet, unspoilt peninsula, this spacious family park is only some 200 yards through bluebell woods from an...

Turnberry is a static caravan park on the Ayrshire coast, open for ten months of the year, from March to January. There is a wide...

The Ranch Holiday park is situated in the Ayrshire countryside, a mile from the small town of Maybole. The Ranch is managed by the McAuley...

Lowlands

As well as the attractions of Edinburgh and Glasgow this region also offers some stunning landscapes. Dumfries and Galloway has miles of deserted beach whilst the Galloway Forest Park has 300 square miles of forest, moorland and lochs to explore. The Scottish borders vary from rolling hills and moorland in the west to rich agricultural plains in the east. The area is a paradise for hillwalkers and cyclist of all types whilst the River Tweed and its many tributaries, offers some of the best fishing in Scotland.