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Feughside Caravan Park

Banchory, Aberdeenshire

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A small family run caravan park in the beautiful valley of the Feugh, where a warm welcome awaits you. Set in the heart of Royal Deeside, the Feughside Caravan Park offers holiday makers the chance to relax in this lovely peaceful area of Scotland. Our location also provides the perfect starting point for trips to the many excellent leisure and recreation facilities the area has to offer.

Open from:
29th March to 29th October

Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, Drainage hook-ups, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Visitor parking, Washing up facilities, Water hook-ups, Wireless internet

Toilet facilities (Heated)
Hot showers
Family toilet facilities (Heated)
Baby changing facilities (Heated)
Disabled friendly
Laundry facilities including drying facilities
Picnic benches
Chemical disposal point
Slabs available for BBQ
Calour gas and camping gaz available for purchase
Children's play area
Phone charging
Ice pack freezing
Wi-Fi (Pay as You Go) Available throughout the park
We accept most Credit or Debit Cards
Well behaved pets only please

20 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 10 Tent pitches, 20 Touring pitches, 52 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Golf, Horse riding holidays, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Tennis, Sports Ground, Gym access, Snooker/Pool, Leisure Centre

Feughside, surrounded by the stunning scenery of Royal Deeside, proves an excellent base for either active or lazy, relaxing holidays. The distinctive hill, Clachnaben, dominates the skyline to the south.

Many lovely walks are on the doorstep – including the marked forestry trails at the Shooting Greens. A small trout loch, the rivers Dee and Feugh are a delight for the fishermen. Golfers of all standards will find several fine courses nearby; mountain biking, horse riding and a variety of water sports are also possible.

Young children will be well entertained at Go Ape at Crathes Castle or a little further to Den & the Glen in Maryculter, the sweet factory in Ballater or climb aboard Alford’s narrow gauge railway.

All ages will enjoy the trains at Crathes, the Grampian Transport Museum based in Alford, and Ballater’s Old Royal Railway Station recreating Victorian times. There are castles to view at Crathes, Drum, Balmoral and Braemar.

Adults have the chance of a dram and a nosing during a visit to Royal Lochnagar Distillery, Balmoral, or at Fettercairn Distillery - both only a short drive away.

The nearest towns, Banchory and Aboyne, both have swimming pools and leisure centres as well as golf, tennis, bowls and putting. They will also cater for all your shopping needs. Films are shown regularly at Aboyne - children’s matinees as well as fairly new releases for adults.

The coast is only half an hour away by car at Stonehaven or Aberdeen, with beaches, larger swimming pools and leisure arcades. Aberdeen also has the famous Codona’s fun fair, ten-pin bowling, ice rink, maritime museum, cinemas and city shopping.

Feughside Caravan Park

Aberdeenshire, Scotland
United Kingdom
AB31 6NT
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Overall rating

3.0 stars

Based on 2 review(s)


1.0 stars

Left after 1 night due to abusive owner, we have 3 small dogs and we were told to keep them on there leads on numerous occasions even though they were on their leads anyway. We were told to move our car to the other side of the caravan after already being told it was ok where it was. I had to wait 45 minutes for a receipt as they normally don't use receipts. The receipt book is kept off site??? Very poor customer service, the other people staying there sympathised with us before they left, they said they experienced similar poor treatment also. I wanted to go away to relax and not to be put in confrontational situations and be checked every hour that our dogs were on leads. They should have just stated no dogs.

Property manager response (12 Jul 2016)

This incident occurred in 2013, the people let their dogs run into other peoples caravans. Had more than one vehicle parked on the pitch, for fire regulations visitors cars must be parked in the car park, signage clearly states this. Most abusive language shouting and swearing at our Wardens and myself the owner. The Police should have been called and would have had they not decided to leave.


5.0 stars

My family of 5 went to camp here for the night and found the staff to be very pleasent and helpful, the site was clean and quiet and very well looked after. This site would make an excellent base to explore Deeside from. We would use again .