|Aberlady Caravan Park
Small caravan and tent site by the sea. 15 minutes from Edinburgh. Self catering chalets for rent. 1 tick in British Graded Holiday Park Scheme. Touring caravan, motor caravan and tent pitches available. Cafe.
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|Adventure in the Meadow
Adventure in the Meadow is set in an idyllic location 6 miles south of Edinburgh and 9 miles from Princes St.
Located next door to Dalhousie Castle and Kirkhill Mansion it has struck deals with both of these establishments to provide a Glamping Experience with a difference.
Meals, Drinks snacks etc can be purchased at Kirkhill as well as use of the jacuzzi.
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Station Park is a peaceful and friendly small park set in the rural location of East Fortune just 5 miles from the busy coastal town of North Berwick and easily accessible to Edinburgh by train. The park welcomes motorhomes and touring caravans all year round on a choice of pitches generously spaced and all within easy reach of the facilities. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy the freedom for the farm with field walks for your dogs. There are
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|Mosshall Farm Caravan Park
Situated close to the Bathgate Hills. Convenient for Linlithgow and Central Scotland. 3 ticks in British Graded Holiday Park Scheme. Touring caravan, motor caravan and tent pitches available.
Rating: 2.80 (1 votes)
|Thurston Manor Leisure Park
We welcome campers and touring caravans throughout the year at Thurston Manor.
Our location, just off the A1, is convenient for those passing through on a tour of Scotland or heading south of the border. Most of our visitors tend to stay awhile to enjoy everything the area has to offer.
All our pitches are serviced with an electric hook-up. Caravan and motor home owners can also choose one of our 'super pitches' that are hard
Rating: 3.40 (6 votes)
|Lothian Bridge Caravan Park
Owned and run by Margaret and Peter Dubickas and their family for the last 7 years. Lothianbridge is a picturesque caravan park for tourers situated on the A7 near the historic village of Newtongrange in Midlothian. It is an ideally situated park with easy access to Edinburgh which is 7 miles to the centre and for touring Scotland's lowland and border towns. Onsite there is a modern toilet block with showers, baby changing, and disabled
Rating: 3.52 (5 votes)
|Tantallon Caravan Park
Tantallon Caravan and Camping Park overlooks the Firth of Forth with easy access to the beach by footpath from the park. Between the Park and the beach is The Glen Golf Course. The Park consists of a reception, games room, showers (with free hot water), also separate cubicles containing shower, WC and washhand basin, toilets and a coin operated laundry, quality play equipment and a 9 hole putting green as well as lots of space for children to
Rating: 3.69 (9 votes)
|Dunbar Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Now open this site is a replacement to the Clubs Barn Ness site. The Club describes the site as " On Scotland's sunshine coast, our new Club Site at Dunbar is just up the road from our old Barns Ness Site, but still close to the Barns Ness lighthouse. There is a long, sandy beach nearby and it is within easy reach of the Scottish capital Edinburgh." Non members welcome. Grid ref NT 700,780.
Rating: 3.80 (2 votes)
|Beecraigs Caravan and Camping Site
Beecraigs Caravan & Camping Site is situated only 5km from the historic town of Linlithgow, an ideal retreat set 1000acre Country Park offering a range of activities including walks & trails, cycling routes, fly-fishing, animal attraction, Visitor Centre, play area, etc. Excellent toilet facilities including individual wash cubicles, disabled facility and launderette. Pitches for caravans, motorhomes, trailer tents & tents with Little Lodges
Rating: 4.03 (6 votes)
|Belhaven Bay Caravan Park
Set in the sunniest and driest part of Scotland Belhaven Bay Caravan and Camping Park enjoys a sheltered location on the beautiful East Lothian Coastline.
Located in The John Muir Country Park, and a holder of David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation, Belhaven Bay is a a perfect spot for those wishing to own their own caravan holiday home in an area only about 30 minutes drive from Edinburgh though there is no need to use a car as the park is
Rating: 4.07 (3 votes)
|Thorntonloch Caravan Park
Thorntonloch offers 10 touring pitches all have access to electric hookups. There are 10 grass tent pitches without electric also on this site. The site gives access to a beautiful sandy beach closeby which can have a strong undertow. Spectacular coastal scenery and geology trail closeby. Local sea fishing is excellent both from shore or boat and the site is also popular with surfers. Close to Torness Nuclear Power Station.
Rating: 4.32 (21 votes)
|Yellowcraig Caravan Club Site
This is an attractive site with grass covered sandy dunes, shrubs and dog roses creating private pitching areas - a splendid choice for family holidays with acres of flat golden sands and rock pools nearby. Nature lovers will enjoy the birdlife and the nature trail through the dunes. Off A198, at Dirleton turn left to Yellowcraigs. Next to car park for beach. 7.5 acre. NO TENTS.
For further details and opening dates - see weblink above.
Rating: 4.56 (5 votes)
|Edinburgh Caravan Club Site
Edinburgh Caravan Club Site offers an ideal location for your caravanning holiday. Situated to the north of the city on the Firth of Forth, the site provides easy access to Edinburgh, Europe's festival capital and most beautiful city. In this unique historic setting, you can visit the castle which clings dramatically to the rock, (home to the Scottish Crown Jewels), walk down the Royal Mile to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, (the Queen's
Rating: 4.60 (2 votes)
|Linwater Caravan Park
4 acre site situated to the West of Edinburgh. Family run site on open farmland. Free showers and individual cubicles within modern amenities block. Milk, rolls and newspapers can be ordered daily. Site is child friendly and there is a dog walk from the site.
Rating: 4.63 (6 votes)
|Drummohr Camping and Glamping Site
“Rated 5-star by Visit Scotland, Drummohr Camping and Glamping Site was originally the walled garden of a monastery - and much of the original tranquil atmosphere has remained intact. Sheltered and wooded on all sides, with views across the Firth of Forth through the trees, this secluded site is mainly level and carefully landscaped, including the planting of some 1500 trees and shrubs. All pitches have electric and are generously spaced,
Rating: 4.74 (7 votes)