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 close to the pretty border market town of Jedburgh, this peaceful haven is also perfect for walkers. There is a lovely riverside walk into town where you may spot some birds and wildlife. Once in Jedburgh you can follow a two mile historic town trail which takes in some of the local landmarks: Jedburgh Castle Jail, Queen Mary’s House and Bonnie Prince Charlie’s House. More seasoned walkers will enjoy the site’s proximity to St Cuthbert’s Way and the Borders Abbey Way. This small site caters for all types including backpackers. Tent owners have their own separate tree-lined, level area and there is a recreation field beyond. The site has 45 grass or hardstanding pitches, most with electric hook-up point.
N.B. Non-members are welcome and may join on site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.
The 250 square mile Keilder Water and Forest Park is a short drive away, offering a range of activities including walking, cycling, star gazing, sailing and canoeing. Jedburgh is ideal for anyone wishing to witness a spectacular display of horsemanship commemorating the centuries old patrolling of the border country. The site's location is also handy for visiting other border towns such as Duns, Kelso, Coldstream and Galashiels.