9 Best Caravan Parks in Scotland: Luxury Sites Near The Coast
Home to vast mountains, historic towns and vast coastline, Scotland certainly has it all for a memorable stay.
Whether your taking a trip round the highlands, trying to spot the famous Loch Ness Monster or simply just want a relaxing break.
Either way, our caravans in Scotland provide the ideal base for you to explore this wonderful country.
We have handpicked some of the most sought after parks based on real customer reviews.
Let’s see what they have to offer..
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Located next to a majestic lake, these caravans provide an ultimate rural retreat with miles of open countryside.
Brilliant for fishing, these secluded Scottish cabins are an anglers paradise, as well as having plenty of other sports for children.
This Scottish caravan park is ideally suited for anyone who wants a coastal break with direct access to golden sands, this is the best place!
12 luxury lodges overlooking the Loch. An extremely popular caravan park among couples & families.
A tranquil break with 22 acres of landscaped grounds. This park is ideal for people looking to unwind with nature.
This park is set in a prime location to explore the glorious coastline, historic cities or even venture down into Northumberland.
Positioned on the edge of Loch Ryan, this is one of the more popular holiday parks in Scotland and is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. It is an ideal base for water sports, fishing or even a day trip to Ireland with the children.
Port Patrick Harbour is worth a visit for a great day out, as is Castle Kennedy for those who love their history. There is plenty of space if you are just after a relaxing retreat away from the busy cities.
This park is one of the more expensive ones in south west Scotland, with prices starting at £569 per week for a 3 bedroom caravan that accommodates 8 people. If your thinking about booking, check out the availability below.
One of the best holiday parks in Scotland, with these luxury lodges, you can witness panoramic views over Luce Bay and appreciate this corner of Scotland where its famous for its peace and tranquility. With a mixture of traditional caravans and secluded lodges, you will have no problem finding the perfect accommodation.
Further afield, you can enjoy the charming town of Glenluce, stroll along the Dumfries & Galloway coastline or even head into the quiet fishing village of Portpatrick, which is one of the country’s hidden gems!
For a basic caravan, prices start as low as £515 per week for a family 4. Some of the more expensive lodges provide their very own private hot tub which is worth checking out if your after that added luxury.
Camaghael, Northern Highlands
This wonderful holiday park in Scotland slopes down towards the shingle beach of the River Lochy. From here you can view the majestic countryside setting which also has the mighty Ben Nevis.
There are plenty of local trips close by including sailing, fishing, boat trips and golf. There’s also a vast amount of mountain bike trails and your ideally based to take the skiers gondola up to Aonach Mor.
This is a relatively cheap pet friendly caravan park in which you can get an amazing deal when booking last minute. That also has a lovely log cabin that sleeps 4 adults with 2 good sized bedrooms.
Pease Bay Holiday Park
Cockburnspath, Edinburgh & Borders
With direct access to a golden coastline, this park provides peace and serenity on Scotland’s glorious coast, as a host of fun family facilities. These are amusements, pool table, restaurant and weekend entertainment, making it a popular destination.
Offsite, there is just as much to indulge in, from birdwatching, cycling, golf to even surfing! Within driving distance you have the historic city of Edinburgh and the majestic county of Northumberland.
- Play area
For a modern caravan that sleeps 4 people, prices start at £565 for the week. For a larger property that sleeps 6, it can be as much as £629 for the week. This is one of the more popular caravan holidays in Scotland, so get in early!
Loch Lomond Holiday Park
Inveruglas, Southern Highlands
Ideally located on the banks of Loch Lomond, there are 12 fantastic lodges, each with there own hot tub. Each property has a luxury interior and enjoy a panoramic sight. From this resort, you are only an hours drive from the beautiful Glasgow.
If you love watersports then this could well be the place for you. There are a vast choice of activities onsite and offsite that involve paddle boarding, kayaking, walking, facilities for your own boat and jet skiing. Guests are more than welcome to bring there own equipment if they have it and keep it in there holiday homes.
Prices at this park start as low as £360 per week for a lodge that sleeps a family of 4 which we think is an absolute bargain considering how popular this place is.
This is an action packed park and definitely one for families who want to keep the kids entertained for hours. Facilities and things to do include a climbing wall, football academy, archery, kart hire, golf, segways, and even waterslides & flumes!
Not to mention the fact that the park is surrounded by lush Ayrshire countryside with wonderful woodland walks near Aisla Craig. This park is an ideal spot for families to explore the rest of the glorious West Coast.
With so much to do, this park is not the cheapest, for an apartment or caravan that sleeps 6 people, prices start at £705 for the week. For larger accommodation that sleeps 8 adults or more, prices start at £950 per week. However you can sometimes get very good offers or deals on certain models if you search early enough for a date.
Berwickshire, Edinburgh & Borders
This delightful park has 22 acres of landscaped grounds for you to enjoy with a countryside setting but still only 1 mile from the nearest beach.
There are a vast range of local attractions and activities to keep you entertained whilst on your holiday. Onsite, facilities include a bar, kids play area and family entertainment most evenings.
For a caravan that sleeps 6 people for a week, prices start at about £659 depending on what date you choose and always check to see if there are any last minute offers on.
Coldingham, The Borders
Set in the quaint village of Coldingham, this is one the of the most popular holiday parks around and allows you to explore the rest of the Scottish Borders, with Edinburgh just to the north and Berwick just to the south.
There is plenty to do onsite including an indoor mini golf course, family entertainment and a restaurant with a takeaway service.
A modern lodge caravan at this terrific holiday park, that sleeps 4 people starts at £609 for the week. There are various of other lodge offers on throughout the year, it all depends on what date you decide on whether that’s in or out of school terms.
Berwickshire, Edinburgh & Borders
Positioned on a dramatic headland, you can enjoy the stunning cliff top out to sea from this caravan holiday in Scotland. With such easy access to the coast, you can spend your days exploring the fishing ports, sandy beaches or even Berwickshire coastal path.
Breaks at this resort are popular due to the indoor swimming pool, multi sports court, daily entertainment & kids club.
Find a lovely 2 bedroom caravan that sleeps 4 adults and 2 children, prices start at £519 for the week. With the dramatic Scotland coastline on your doorstep, this could be an ideal time for a memorable seaside holiday.
About Scotland Caravan Sites
Famed for it’s historic cities, country parks, rugged coastline and cold weather, there are hundreds of parks and reasons why it is such a wonderful place to take the family. Caravan holiday parks here have become increasingly popular with the amount of activities on offer and Trossachs Nature Reserve also invites a lot of people to travel.
If you love history then make sure you have a look at our holidays near Edinburgh & Glasgow when booking as they are worth checking out, as are some of the many famous castles here which include Stirling Castle & Balmoral which is famous for being the holiday home to the Royal Family.
For adrenaline enthusiasts there are top days out such as skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking and even mountain biking which is extremely popular. This country is of course famous for its Trout and Salmon Fishing. Scotland has a wealth of attractions that are well worth checking out, even if your travelling as a solo or on a romantic retreat, either way, Scotland will have something to offer everyone.
There’s nowhere better to go out & get active than Craggan Outdoors, based near Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park, & recognised as ‘Best Adventure provider in the Leisure Awards 2019. It’s enivable location allows you to travel round this majestic area and get some picturesque photos of parks, lakes and mountains.
Seafari Adventures are a 5* Visit Scotland marine wildlife tour operator. Based in the conservation area of Easdale, 16 miles south of Oban with a fleet of powerful RIBs which are purpose designed and built to ensure you maximum viewing opportunities.
Price Comparison For Scotland Caravan Holiday Parks
To save you having to find the ideal price to book, we have made it easy for you with every one of our parks listed below! These holiday parks for a week and we conducted this search in December of 2019 and looked for prices in June of 2020 for 2 adults and 2 children below the age of 17. Prices do fluctuate regularly but hopefully this can give you a good indication of the rough prices you’ll be looking at for each holiday park, these are not touring parks. If you need any other information, don’t hesitate to contact us.
- Eyemouth – £289
- Ryan Bay – £435
- Whitecairn – £405
- Lochy Holiday Park – £415
- Loch Lomond Holiday Park – £448
- Scoutscroft Holiday Park – £489
- Coldingham Bay – £455
- Craig Tara – £324
- Pease Bay – £499