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Dornoch Camping

Scotland, Highlands and Islands, Highland, Dornoch

+44 1862 810423
End March - End October

Alan Rogers Review

Dornoch Caravan and Camping Park Situated in the Royal Burgh of Dornoch on the east coast of Sutherland, can be found next to Dornoch’s award winning beautiful golden beaches and its magnificent golf course. The site has 120 grass touring pitches with electric hook-up point 16amp (some seasonal) on the shores of the Dornoch Firth. Miles of clean golden sandy beaches to walk, play and relax on for all the family. Travelling north towards Caithness you pass through Brora and Helmsdale where you can visit The Timespan Centre run by the Helmsdale Heritage Society. Caithness has an attractive wild coastline and day trips to the Orkney Islands are available from Scrabster and John O'Groats.

The County of Sutherland is unique in having three coasts East, West and North and the county town of Dornoch is ideally situated with many centres of interest within a 2hour car trip. Nearby is Golspie where you can visit the world-famous Dunrobin Castle and enjoy the facilities at the Sutherland Swimming Pool Complex. You can watch the Salmon Leap at the Falls of Shin and a few miles further on visit the Ferrycroft Visitors Centre near Lairg and experience an audio-visual journey into the past to discover the peoples who lived here hundreds and thousands of years ago.


The two toilet blocks have showers, washbasins and wc’s. Accessible sanitary facilities. Motorhome Service Point. Laundry. Chemical toilet point. Children's Play Area. Shop. TV room. Games Room. Putting Green, charged. Gas sales. Dogs allowed. Golf, fishing and walking nearby. Wi-Fi charged. Bar and Restaurant nearby. Beach 10 minutes walk away. Supermarket in Tain.

  • Bar Nearby
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Seaside Beach Nearby
  • Shop Nearby
  • Shop on Site
  • TV on Site
  • Wifi Chargeable
  • Wifi Partial Site


From Inverness take the A9 North to cross the Kessock, Moray Firth, Cromarty Firth and Dornoch Firth bridges. Now continue on A9 until the junction with A949. Stay on this road which takes you directly into the Royal Burgh of Dornoch. Entering the town, drive straight ahead through the main street until you reach the town square. At the far end of the square, turn right and follow the road without turning off. In four hundred yards you will reach the site

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Location Coordinates
Decimal Degrees (DD)
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57.87613 -4.02058
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
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N57 52 34 W4 1 14

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