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Fortrose Bay Campsite
Fortrose Bay Campsite Come and camp on the peaceful shores of the Moray Firth. Relax with a BBQ on the pebble beach whilst watching the sun set over the distant mountains. Just a one mile walk from the site is Chanonry Point, the best spot to watch the UK's most northern colony of bottlenose dolphins. Our friendly and welcoming site is open 1st April - 31st October. The Black Isle is full of wildlife and lots of great walks. Fortrose is an historical village
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Dunnet Head Holidays
Free wild cliff-edge campsite
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Portmahomack Caravan Site
Portmahomack Caravan Site This small caravan site situated right on the shores of the Dornoch Firth on the East coast of the Highlands of Scotland. This site offers a ideal location for bringing your touring caravan for a perfect holiday. With only 35 vans maximum, you'll find yourself among a small , friendly group of caravanners, many of whom return year after year. The site is set on land belonging to the local church and the camping funds go to support the
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Halladale Inn Chalet and Caravan Park
Situated in village of Melvich on the A836. Small clean site with usual facilities. Local fishing. walking, bird watching and diving. The Halladale Inn is next door for food and drinks.
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Brora Caravan Club Site
Brora Caravan Club Site Situated on the east coast of Sutherland, the Brora Caravan Club, previously referred to as Dalchalm, is set in a sheltered saucer of land just 300 yards from a safe, sandy beach, where Arctic Tern nest just above the waterline. Imagine playing golf directly from the site and using the course as your pathway to the sandy beach close by. It's a site to unwind on, with marvellous walking and birdwatching to be had in the area and sea or loch
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Dingwall Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Five minute walk from Dingwall. The site is accessed and signposted from the High Street. The usual facilities are found on this site and there are facilities for the disabled.Good base for heading to the North East or West. Non members and tents welcome.
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Dornoch Caravan and Camping Park
Dornoch Caravan and Camping Park Large park with lots of pitches for camping. The site is a short walk from the town which has shops and hotels. The park is level and right at the coast. Loads of recreational activities close by golfing, fishing and walks.
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Thurso Bay Camping & Caravan Park
Thurso Bay Camping & Caravan Park Looking out onto Thurso Bay and the Orkney Islands. Mainly grass pitches in this 4.5 acre site adjacent to many sports opportunities, including fishing, boating, pony trekking, surfing, tennis and bowls. Also onsite you will find The Blue Door Diner, open Fridays from 10 am to 2 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm. Our weblink provides a link to the sites website and further essential information for those planning a
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Riverside Chalets and Caravan Park
Riverside Chalets and Caravan Park Riverside Caravan Park is overlooked by rolling hills and is bordered by the gentle flowing Blackwater River. The park is owned and run by Martyn & Deborah Sidaway. It is situated in the centre of the village of Contin in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, less than half an hour from the Highland capital of Inverness and on the doorstep of spectacular scenery. The view overlooking the river is beautiful, natural and unspoilt - giving an
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Grannies Heilan Hame Holiday Park
Grannies Heilan Hame Holiday Park Grannie's Heilan' Hame Holiday Park is set by the famous white sands of Embo beach and is located in a superb location for exploring The Highlands. Whether you want to enjoy a splash in the heated indoor pool, a round of crazy golf or for those lucky enough, catch a glimpse of bottlenose dolphins across the Dornoch Firth, there's something for everyone. Idyllic location overlooking a beautiful beach with magnificent views. An ideal base to
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John O'Groats Caravan Park
John O'Groats Caravan Park 4 acre site beside the tourist attractions. From the site you can relax and enjoy the fine panoramic views of the Pentland Firth, one of the most dangerous shipping channels in the world with its strong ebbing and flowing sea currents and spectacular tidal races. To your left you will see the Island of Stroma, three and a half kilometres from the mainland, inhabited by a seal colony and the occasional visitor. In front of you will see the Orkney
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Stroma View Camping Site
Stroma View Camping Site Established site overlooking the Pentland Firth with views of the Orkney Islands. The site is situated midway between the ferry at John o'Groats and the roll-on roll-off ferry at Gills Bay. Both ferries have daily sailings to Orkney. The site is now open all year (2014) and is personally supervised by the owners. There is no charge for pets, but dogs must be kept on a lead. Owned and run by John and Rosemary Howe.
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Craigdhu Caravan and Camping Site
Craigdhu Caravan and Camping Site 90 touring pitches on this site which is situated exactly half way between John O'Groats and Cape Wrath on the north coast. Ideal for exploring coastal scenery and wildlife. Also very popular with surfers and sea fishers. Shop and hotels closeby. In village there is a swimming pool and play park for children. Contact site re disabled facilities. Owned and run by Mr & Mrs MacKenzie.
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Dunnet Bay Caravan Club Site
Dunnet Bay Caravan Club Site A good place for those who like to be solitary: you can look out over clean washed sands to Dunnet Head, the northernmost point of the mainland of Britain. Climb Dunnet Head for magnificent views over the Pentland Firth to Orkney and a great part of the north coast to Ben Loyal and Ben Hope. Take a day trip over to Orkney from John o'Groats or Scrabster, and island-hop the string of islands by boat and coach. If you're a keen
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Rosemarkie Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Rosemarkie Camping and Caravanning Club Site Touring pitches for caravans, campers and tents. Non members welcome. Electric hookups. On the shore of the Moray Firth for bird and dolphin spotting. Heading north go though Fortrose and turn down by police house to golf course and leisure centre. Signposted from there.
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Kincraig Caravan Site (CLOSED)
Kincraig Caravan Site (CLOSED) THIS SITE CLOSED IN 2003.
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Greenpark Caravan Park
Level grass site on the northern outscirts of Brora. 3 electric hookups. Short walk to great beach. Showers 20p.
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Dornoch Firth Caravan Park
Dornoch Firth Caravan Park 5 miles south of Dornoch located centrally for touring the Northern Highlands.Convenient for coastal walks and exploration. Many recreational opportunities locally. Bar and restaurant very close to site. Shop 2 miles.Secluded tent area. Usual facilities. See website for specific opening dates for tourers and tents. Caravan and motorhomes are accepted all year round while tents area is open from April to October.
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Pitgrudy Holiday Park
Pitgrudy Holiday Park This site has now been re opened as Pitgrudy Holiday Park and again offers pitches for tourers and tents. Further fuller information from the new site owners is available via the weblink. Lovely views of the Dornoch Firth. 1 mile from Dornoch.
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Inver Caravan Park
Inver Caravan Park Quiet, friendly site conveniently situated adjacent A9. Excellent facilities with power showers and underfloor heating. Useful location for exploring far north, as stop-over en route to Orkney, or on LEJOG walk/cycle, or for relaxing in a beautiful place overlooking the Moray Firth. Good drying room, shop in village (0.5ml)
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Old Hall / Central Caravan Park
Old Hall / Central Caravan Park This is a family run caravan site and is situated nearby a farm, beside Loch Watten. It is a quiet and pleasant area with amazing views across the county side, both day and night. The site is located midway between Wick and Thurso, which are the two main towns in Caithness. Brown trout fishing is available on Loch Watten, which is within walking distance from the site. Boats can be hired for either a half day or full day. Fishing is also
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Black Rock Caravan and Camping Park
Black Rock Caravan and Camping Park In the shadow of Ben Wyvis and located in the lovely Glen Glass this site is ideal to tour from or explore the local area. The local sealife is a major attraction as are the various recreational opportunities such as golf, fishing and walking. Village is 250m away with its shops and Hotel. Level pitches for tents and bunkhouse available. Owned and run by Steven and Jane MacPherson.
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Wick Caravan and Camping Site
Wick Caravan and Camping Site This family run site, which over looks Wick River is a very quiet, secluded, picturesque site surrounded by trees yet only a 5 minute walk into the town centre. Suitable for total relaxation but still only a short walking distance to the shops, restaurants, swimming pool, playing fields and local Heritage Centre. There is an 18 hole golf course and 3 miles of beautiful sandy beach within the vacinity. This is a touring site which is licenced
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