When planning a camping holiday, it’s best to think of what you really want to get out of your time away. Do you want a lot of activities for yourself and your family or just want to take a break with friends; perhaps you want a serene holiday with a partner, whatever the reason for the trip, Scotland has it all. From breath-taking coastlines to rolling hillsides and amazing scenery Scotland has been a holiday destination for a long time. There are a wide range of experiences to choose from, from glamping (glamorous camping) to a real outdoorsman involvement.
For every camper’s needs here is a list of the best and brightest camping locations in this historic country.
Marthrown of Mabie in Dumfies is the perfect location for those travelling light. Reconstructed roundhouses that date back to the Iron Age house up to 16 guests and the central fire keeps you all toasty.
For more luxury, head for The Lazy Duck in Nethybridge. With an onsite sauna, swinging hammocks and a location next to the biggest natural park in the country, a couple could really find their feet here.
For a family camping experience why not go for Strathfillan Wigwams in Auchtertyre. Their welcoming wooden wigwams are great for a family time in the wilderness and house up to 6.
If you’re still stuck for ideas or none of these meet your camping needs, why not try researching camping and caravan sites from Pitch Up.