On the banks of the delightful River Tilt as it meanders its way down to join the Tay in the heart of this lovely highlang village of Blair Atholl. Set in some of Scotland's finest and most breathtaking scenery. We invite you to discover the highest quality of hospitality, food and leisure facilities, unmatched in Perthshire. Contact us for a free colour brochure.
: September in 2009
very nice clean park loacl shop pub/restraunt museum all 5 min walking toilet/shower block immaculate though only 2 showers may be a problem in the height of season had hardstanding pitch with all services £18 PPN 2 adults ideal base for exploring highlands whisky trail ect ect wil certainly be back
River Tilt Park, Scotland
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2003
River Tilt Park is set amidst spectacular mountain scenery at the foot of Glen Tilt, making it the perfect caravanning base for exploring the Highlands and beyond. From the park it’s just a short stroll across the river over the Bridge of Tilt village of Blair Atholl.
The site itself boasts an impressive array of quality facilities, but the best is surely the Steadings Spa heated indoor pool which sits beside the immaculate reception block. Not far away is The Loft, an award-winning restaurant that is perfect for treating yourself on holiday, while overlooking the pool is the Conservatory Bistro Bar.
River Tilt Park is a well-designed site, too. There is plenty of room for the 31 touring pitches (of which eight are hardstanding, two also with grass surround and the remainder all-grass), and thanks to their generous size it is easy to get big units on and off site. All pitches come with 16A electric hook-up, and 12 are fully-serviced ‘super pitches’ including electricity, fresh water and a drainage point (these cost £1 extra). A number of these pitches can extra-long units up to 36ft.
River Tilt is a relaxing site, ideal for couples (and there is a discount for over 60s), though families, too, will enjoy a stay here; the indoor leisure complex includes a paddling pool for very young children. The park is split into two areas, one prohibiting dogs, the other for owners with dogs on leads, with a path that leads down to a riverside walk.
1 Jan 2003