Rosemarkie Camping & Caravanning Club site on Scotland’s Black Isle is beautfully located on the edge of a half moon bay with the attractive Moray Firth on one side and hills on the other. There is a beach extending all the way to Chanonry Point and a community run beach café. A short walk from the site brings you to a lighthouse or the Faerie Glen. Site users will enjoy excellent views over the Moray Firth to Fort George from most pitches; you will not have to look too far to see dolphins. Rosemarkie village is well known for its Pictish stones housed in the Groam House Museum. The site has 65 grass pitches, most with electricity hook-up.
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.
Fortrose boasts a ruined cathedral and several restaurants and tearooms. Hidden from most of the town and only reachable by narrow, twisting roads, is the harbour offering many leisure pursuits and a peaceful and secluded beach. Inverness is close by, the town is dominated by a pink crenelated castle. The towns offer a number of places to visit as well as shops, eating places and a Victorian market. Nature lovers can take a boat from Avoch Harbour or Cromarty to see dolphins. Or visit Munlochy Bay to spot wading birds, ducks and migratory birds. You can also feed ducks, geese and swans at Black Isle Wildlife and Country Park.