To protect our customers from COVID-19 all showers, toilets, laundry and dishwashing facilities will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
We look forward to welcoming out customers back and request that everyone takes responsibility for their own and each other’s safety by adhering to the 2m social distancing rules and hygiene precautions at all times.
Inver Mill Farm Caravan Park is a quiet holiday park ideal for your tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Scotland. Located on the border of Tay Forest Park in the heart of Scotland, Inver Mill Caravan Park is open from the middle of March to the end of October every year. Guests staying at this caravan park are guaranteed a tranquil, relaxing break on the banks of the River Braan.
The park welcomes motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents onto the site, and electric hook up pitches are available, while facilities available at Inver Mill Farm Caravan Park for your comfort and convenience include a heated amenities block, laundrette, washing up room, and a chemical waste disposal point. The site stocks Camping Gaz and Calor Gas, which is very handy when you need it, too.
There are many places to visit and tourist attractions to be found close to the park and across the surrounding area.
Riverside walks are popular with guests, with the River Tay close by and reachable via a walk along the banks of the Braan.
If you enjoy fishing holidays, naturally in this area there are also plenty of opportunities to go fishing while staying at the park, in both rivers as well as the other waterways that are found close by.
Golfing holidays in Scotland are extremely popular and there are quite a few high quality golf courses close to Inver Mill Farm Caravan Park, many of which are open to the public throughout the year.
If you are simply looking to enjoy this area of Scotland without pursuing any particular sports and hobbies, you are free to head out into the countryside for walks, or explore the more challenging terrain offered by the nearby hills.
The nearest village to the park, Dunkeld, is a short walk away, and has a wide range of amenities including bars and restaurants, as well as a selection of shops. Dunkeld also has a beautiful cathedral and a nature reserve that is always popular with tourists, while the town in general is a great place to explore and to spend a day.
Visit Perth, just 15 miles away, which is the nearest city to the park. For longer days out, visit Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and Inverness, which are also within reach if you don’t mind a drive.
The location of Inver Mill Farm Caravan Park in central Scotland means it’s a great place to stay for families interested in exploring as much of the country as possible. While the towns and cities mentioned have a wealth of attractions and things to do for visitors, guests that head to the coast or explore the countryside usually have a memorable experience.
There are plenty of great towns to visit on the Scottish coast, and they are often more famous for the fact that they offer opportunities to head out to sea with a local fisherman. Sea fishing and also boat trips to see whales in the North Sea are always popular.
Inland, you will find several quaint villages and market towns, as well as discovering vast expanses of greenery and woodland.
Whether you enjoy mountaineering or just prefer lowland walks, do visit the Cairngorms National Park while you're on holiday in this area, because it is just a short drive to the north. In fact you will drive through it on the way to Inverness. Visit Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park to the south west, to enjoy some of the most awe-inspiring scenery in Scotland. Don't forget your camera.
Inver Mill Farm Caravan Park is the perfect central base for tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Scotland, and is one of the most popular holiday parks in Perth and Kinross.
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Dunkeld is 1 mile away (15 minute walk) and has a number of wonderful tourist attractions notably the Dunkeld Cathedral. The beautiful Hermitage and Falls are a short 10 minute walk from the park. East of Dunkeld is the Loch of the Lowes wildlife reserve where you can see Ospreys in their natural habitat. Dunkeld also has an 18 Hole Golf Course and a number of scenic walks. The village also has antique shops and craft shops, a Bank of Scotland and Post Office along with a good selection of restaurants and bars.
Dunkeld is 1 hour's drive from Edinburgh and 2 hours drive from Inverness thus its central location makes it an ideal centre to explore a large part of Scotland. The area is also rich in scenic, historic and sporting attractions catering for a wide variety of tastes to suite young and old alike. NB. If you are walking to Dunkeld please use the underpass under the A9 - it is more pleasant.
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Angus 05 May 2007
This is a most beautiful wee site. On arrival, we were escorted to our pitch and shown where the facilities were. We had a lovely pitch beside the river and it was glorious to wake up to the sound of running water!! I must add that the toilet block was spotless. Have just phoned and booked another weekend with many more to follow. With lovely scenery all around it is the perfect "get away from it all" site.