Foresterseat Caravan Park Forfar, Angus, Scotland, DD8 2RY (Location map)

4 stars out of 7 reviews

The park is in a glorious location in the scenic Angus glens. A relaxing experience at any time of the year, the park boasts fantastic wildlife, countryside and scenery.

Murton Nature Reserve lies a mere five minute walk away, where you can see otters, swans, ducks, wading birds, sand martins and a variety of other wildlife, all of which are visitors to the park!

The park is a brand new site! It is all hard standing for caravans. The very best toilet and shower block. Free hot showers all day! Hard standing pitches are in an oval design surrounding a picnic and recreation area.

The site is well screened from the road and is very easily found and accessed. The site also looks onto an area of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), mainly concerning the location of numerous fossils.

All your morning papers, bakery goods and milk are delivered to the park every morning, just order the night before!

Foresterseat Caravan Park is an ideal base for touring the Angus Glens, East Coast Seaside, and Glamis Castle. Situated 1 mile from Forfar Golf Club and Rescobie Fishing Loch.

Location


Burnside, Arbroath Road
Angus, Scotland
United Kingdom
DD8 2RY

Nearby attractions

Arbroath - the 2nd nearest town to Forester Seat.
- Glamis Castle
- Dunnichen and Letham, the battle of Nechtansmere. (walked to on path networks, 2 miles)
- Visit the gardens at House of Pitmuies. (5 miles from park)
- Kinnettles Castle.
- Angus Glens.
- Scottish wildlife Trust view point. (2 miles from park)
- Forfar Golf Club (1 mile from park)more about the golf
- Rescobie Fishing Loch (1 mile from park)
- Kookaburras licensed restaurant on site.


And for the kids...

- Monikie Country park. (Watersports, Wildlife, Fly-fishing, playgroundEvents, Education and Community Groups, Recreation)
From Forester Seat- Go back into Forfar past the golf course, when you reach a T junction go left into B9128 signpost to Carnoustie, After approximately 10 miles turn right at the Crombie crossroads onto the B961. From there the park is signposts.

- A visit to the Caledonian Railway between Brechin and Bridge of Dun is a wonderful day out for all the family, whatever the weather, with a wide variety of things to do and see. Both stations have ample free parking and gift shops that also serve light refreshments.


Things to do nearby

  • Cycle hire [On-site]
  • Fishing [On-site]
  • Golf [On-site]
  • Sailing [On-site]
  • Swimming (Indoor) [On-site]
  • Tennis [On-site]
  • Gym [On-site]
  • Leisure Centre [On-site]

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Other facilities

- ball games area

Motorhome pitches£15.00-£23.00
Touring pitches£15.00-£23.00
Tent pitches£15.00-£23.00
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Overall rating

4.0 stars

Based on 5 review(s)

1.0 stars

I have a son who has autism and adhd. He becomes distressed when there are a lot of changes going on. After visiting this site 3 times we were starting to get him use to the site but on our last visit our normal pitch was unavailable and we had to use another one. This made him very distressed and loud it took us most of the day to calm him down but the damage was done. When we tried to book in for the following weekend we were told we would not be aloud back. We explained the situation with his additional needs but this made no difference. I can't believe that discrimination like this still exists in 2016.

tayside

5.0 stars

This caravan park is central for touring Angus area, very peaceful park, excellent shower blocks, great walks around the park for dogs or without. There is a restaurant near the park, which has very reasonable prices, & excellent food. Park owner E mma is very friendly , pitches on park , range from super to standard, overall great park for a chill holiday.

scotland

5.0 stars

had a great week there v clean sight one of the best sight in scotland wee are going back again and again v good dog walks so many waks from camp sight free range eggs from the farm it all makes a great sight mick jess barnes Foresterseat Caravan Park, forfar, Angus, Scotland

Clackmannanshire

4.0 stars

This site is well worth a visit, condition of site and facilities is on par with club sites for less money. Emma is on site each day and very approachable, still delivers the papers and rolls if ordered the day before. Not to distant from the coast and other tourist attractions. Would recommend for all type of visitors.

stirlingshire

4.0 stars

WE ARE JUST BACK AFTER VISITING THIS SITE FOR A WEEK.EMMA KEEPS THIS SITE SPOTLESS YHE TOILETS AND SHOWERS ARE IMACULATE AS IS THE LAUNDRY.THE LITTLE EXTRAS EMMA HAS PUT IN PLACE LIKE FACE CLOTHS THAT ARE A NICE TOUCH.THE SITE IS A GRAT BASE WE WENT TO DUNDEE ,ABERDEEN TO NAME A FEW.THE RESTURANT IS GOOD AND STAFF NICE.EMMA WILL DROP OFF PAPERS MILK ETC JUST ORDER NITE BEFORE.ALL IN ALL THIS SITE IS WELL WORTH A VISIT WE WILL BE GOING AGAIN IT WAS GREAT. Foresterseat Caravan Park, Forfar, Angus

Angus

myself and family are just back from a weekend at this campsite.we would highly recommend this site.the owner emma was very helpful to us as were the other guests on the site.as this was our very first caravan trip i was a little anxious as to how we would cope towing and parking the caravan, but thanks to emma this was not a problem.the park itself is very nice,small and friendly.toilets imaculate.bar restaurant nearby sells lovely food.all in all a great site at very reasonable prices.j carroll

Lothian

We had a super weekend at Foresters seat. The restaurant next door was excellent, good food, reasonably priced and a friendly atmosphere, but you need to book at the weekends. Emma, who runs the caravan park, was very helpful, and even delivered our papers and rolls in the morning. James and Susan Harrington