Five Roads Caravan Park

Blairgowrie, Perth & Kinross

4.0 stars out of 4 reviews

Open
All year
Contact
Location
Blairgowrie, Perth & Kinross, Scotland, PH11 8NB
(Location map)
Last updated
05 Nov 2020
You enquired
Yes
Motorhome pitches
(£20.00 - £22.00)
16
Touring pitches
(£20.00 - £22.00)
6
Tent pitches
(£17.00 - £22.00)
No
Serviced pitches
No
Seasonal pitches
Pitches
Motorhome pitches£20.00-£22.00
Touring pitches16£20.00-£22.00
Tent pitches6£17.00-£22.00
Serviced pitches
Seasonal pitches

Glamping
Camping pods1£35.00-£40.00
To rent
Holiday homes2£240.00-£400.00

Enjoy a break immersed in the wild beauty of rural Scotland. Thanks to its intimate size, the award-winning Five Roads Caravan Park is peaceful and friendly. It’s also the perfect base for exploring the sublime mountains, mighty castles, charming villages and sweeping glens that surround its beautiful location.

The park lies at the eastern gateway to the Angus Glens, a series of spectacular glacier scooped valleys. The Cairngorms National Park is a short distance north. Rising above its forested valleys and crystal lochs stands the tallest mountain range in Britain, the Grampians. The landscapes of both these incredible areas can be explored along extensive networks of walking and cycling trails and you’ll even find opportunities to ski up in the mountains.

Also neighbouring Five Roads is Glamis Castle – a quintessentially Scottish castle of palatial proportion and grandeur. Glamis was the legendary setting of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and reputedly one of the most haunted castles in Scotland.

Just down the road is the picturesque village of Alyth. Along with a scattering of pretty river bridges, here you’ll find supermarkets, eateries, camping and cycling gear outlets, and a variety of other shops. If you fancy heading out for a meal or drink even closer by, there’s a local country inn just beyond the park’s front gates.

Five Roads is open all year round. The park has holiday homes available for purchase and for hire and pitches for tourers, motorhomes, and tents. Tuck into a great selection of seasonal veg from the onsite ‘veg hut’, let your kids burn off some energy on the play area, and enjoy the park’s abundance of open spaces. Pets are welcome too.

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More about the parkHide
  • Disabled access
  • Family park
  • Pets allowed
  • 1 Camping pods
  • Children's play area(s)
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Designated / private parking
  • Electric hook-ups
  • Laundry
  • LPG stockist
  • Sanitary block(s)
  • Visitor parking
  • Washing up facilities
  • Wireless internet

heated toilet block
BBQs permitted

Location


Five Roads Caravan Park (www)

By Alyth
Perth & Kinross, Scotland
United Kingdom
PH11 8NB

Directions

From Blairgowrie, take A926 (Blairgowrie road). After 4.5 miles, you’ll see the Blackbird Inn on your left. The entrance to Five Road’s entrance is just beyond the inn.

Nearby attractions

  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse riding holidays
  • Winter Sports

Towns and cities to visit in North West Scotland

Dundee is a short journey to the south of Five Roads. The city’s main attractions include RRS Discovery, the three-masted ship that carried Captain Scott on his Antarctic voyage of exploration. Broughty Castle once defended the harbour and now houses a gallery and museum documenting the history of the local area and its people. The Dundee Science Centre tops the list for family days out.

Places to walk, hike, and cycle in North West Scotland

The Cateran Trail is a local-long distance staged route that follows the paths trodden by yesteryear’s marauding clans and Highland cattle thieves. Of the 284 Munros (mountains over 3000 feet) in Scotland, 12 or more can be found in Glenshee, the closest area of The Cairngorms National Park to Five Roads. Numerous trails of varying ease and difficulty lead up and around them.

Places to visit in North West Scotland

Nearby Loch Lintrathen is an internationally important wetland reserve and a must-visit for wildlife, bird watching and general nature enthusiasts. Red squirrels, deer and ospreys are among the wonderful animal inhabitants of this beautiful area.

The Cateran Eco-museum is an open-air museum a stone’s throw from Five Roads that straddles the Highland Boundary Fault – Scotland’s great geological Highland/Lowland divide. Here you’ll find ancient Pictish stones, legendary stories of King Arthur, the Irish Giant Finn mac Cumhaill, and exhibits that bring to life events of the Jacobite Uprisings and the infamous cattle raiding Cateran Clan.


Other activities to do in North West Scotland

Horse riding is available at Glenmarkie riding stables in Glenisla and Pathhead, Kirriemuir.

Golfers have the choice of over 60 courses within one hour’s drive. These include local courses of Alyth, Strathmore and Glenisla and Rosemount -Blairgowrie, and championship courses including Carnoustie, St Andrews and Gleneagles.

Fishing permits are easily obtained from Blairgowrie granting holder fishing access to the many rivers, lochs and reservoirs in the area.

Winter is skiing and snowboarding season in Glenshee and Glenisla.

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Reviews

Overall rating

4.0 stars

Based on 3 review(s)

West Lothian

5.0 stars

We stayed on this site in July 2008, a wonderful small, clean and well kept site. Staff were excellent. Rolls and papers could be ordered daily. Toilets we spotless and showers were hot with excellent pressure. The use of a hairdryer is a wonderful luxury when camping. Excellent value for money!

lanark

3.0 stars

my husband and I visited this site end april2008,We had lovely break, so peaceful, friendly, village of alyth within walking distance ideal for walking dog. The site is very well kept, owners very helpful, we hope to return at some point. no problem parking up caravan and awning.

Angus

4.0 stars

We spent a weekend at this site and found it to be a well kept and very friendly place. Have added it to our list of sites to be visited again!! Perfect place to sit back and relax. Very clean and tidy.

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