Turriff Caravan Park is a charming and picturesque community run holiday park found in the town of Turriff in the North East of Scotland. The park is open annually from late March to late October and welcomes tents, motorhomes and touring caravans. There is also a number of privately owned static holiday caravans on the site. Dogs are welcome.
All of the 41 touring pitches on the site offer electric hook ups, while the 26 camping pitches do not. Facilities available for guests to use across the whole site include toilets and free hot showers, a baby changing facility, a laundrette, free hot water for washing clothes by hand, and a washing up room, in addition to recycling points. Guests can purchase Calor Gas on site if they need it.
A small children's play area is available at Turriff Caravan Park, which is a family-friendly campsite. The site is also adjacent to a large recreation park. The large park features a small lake offering pedalo and boat hire, as well as a putting green.
Additional amenities found within walking distance in Turriff itself include a range of shops, as well as pubs and restaurants, while there is a leisure centre featuring an indoor swimming pool and other sporting facilities also found a short walk away. Other sporting activities that are available and can be enjoyed in Turriff include playing golf and bowling.
Guests who don’t mind travelling to find great attractions during their holidays will find plenty to do and things to see in North East Scotland.
The small town of Banff is found to the north. You must visit Banff, which is a quaint and quirky town, similar to Turriff in many ways, with its array of independent shops, cafés, and tearooms.
If you enjoy walking holidays in Scotland, take time to explore the brilliant coastal walk that offers breathtaking views out to sea. In the town of Duff, visit Duff House, one of the finest Georgian properties in the United Kingdom.
If you love castles, visit Delgatie Castle, another nearby attraction worth seeing. Built in the middle of the 11th century, Delgatie Castle has undergone extensive refurbishment yet retains its authentic charm, and it is almost impossible to not be impressed with the painstaking work that has gone into the building, with every effort made to retain as much of the original structure as possible. Head for the castle if you enjoy fishing holidays, too, because the Delgatie Castle and Trout Fishery is ideal for anyone who loves spending a day beside the water trying to catch fish for their supper.
South of Turriff, towards Aberdeen, is Fyvie Castle, one of Scotland’s best loved National Trust properties, a great building with amazing gardens, too. Fyvie Castle has a very child friendly events program running throughout the year, making it a wonderful place to go for family days out in Aberdeen, filled with enjoyment for all.
You can drive or take the bus into Aberdeen from Turriff. There are plenty of things to do and places to see in Aberdeen, including visiting museums and art galleries as well as spending time in the variety of shops to be found.
Turriff Caravan Park is a wonderful place for your family tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Scotland, being far enough away from busy towns and cities to feel detached but close to enough to an array of attractions so guests always feel that they have plenty to do.
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