Dornoch Firth Caravan Park is a beautiful park found on the banks of Dornoch Firth on the east coast of Scotland. The park welcomes guests with tents, motorhomes, and touring caravans, while also offering holiday caravans for hire and for sale.
Dornoch Firth Caravan Park offers stunning views across the Dornoch Firth and easy access to incredible landscape and scenery in the surrounding area and is located on the North Coast 500 route.
On-site, guests are well catered for to ensure they enjoy the upmost comfort and convenience during their stay, with fully serviced pitches available as well as our award winning pavilion with showers, disabled-access wet rooms and kitchen/laundry. A children’s play area is found on site for little ones to enjoy, while a bar and restaurant adjacent to the park is ideal for families to refuel and experience amazing food and drink at the end of their day.
Although the park is situated in the heart of the Highlands, it offers great access to various locations on the coast, as well as the inland areas of the region, meaning guests can enjoy leisurely drives or exciting day trips depending on their interests and passions. The nearest town to the park, Tain, has a number of supermarkets as well as great cafés and restaurants. Dornoch is a short drive up the coast and has some of the most popular beaches in all of Scotland, and also has a range of specialist shops, ideal for guests looking to pick up a gift to take home for a friend or family member.
The vast open spaces of the Highlands are perfect for guests that love to go walking during their tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Scotland. While heading out on foot is favoured by most, mountain biking on holiday is also popular, although the terrain isn’t always suitable for this. There are numerous locations across the Highlands and beyond where you can go fishing and play golf. Visit Scottish castles and ancient ruins, several of which can be found close to Dornoch Firth. This area is brilliant for anyone who enjoys exploring Scottish history and discovering unfamiliar places in this rugged landscape.
Anyone looking to explore further afield can head north and arrive in John O’Groats after around a 90 minute drive. The town is famous for being the northernmost tip of the UK mainland, while there is also the option there of taking the ferry across to Orkney and experiencing the amazing shops and other locations on the islands.
Closer to the park is the famous Highland city of Inverness, which has attractions and activities for all ages. Many guests choose to tour the coastal region to the east of Inverness, which introduces the towns of Nairn and Elgin. This area is also great for fishing and golf, with many towns allowing tourists to head out to sea with local fishermen. Many points along the coast also offer breathtaking views out to sea, and you can often see whales swimming further out to sea, so take your binoculars.
Dornoch Firth Caravan Park is a quiet and picturesque holiday park, ideal for families looking to get away from it all and a wonderful location to make a permanent holiday retreat, with great access to the whole of northern Scotland.
Adventure Play Area
Licensed Restaurant Adjacent
Supermarket and Fuel within 2 miles
Easy access to woodland and coastal walks
The Park is in an area of outstanding natural, historic, rural and coastal scenery.
Award winning beaches, excellent golfing (Royal Dornoch championship golf course) walking, bird watching, fishing, sailing, and shooting all within the local area.
Just off the A9, on the A836, a great base for exploring the northern Highlands or joining in the North Coast 500 route. John O Groats is only 85 miles North. Idea for exploring both the west and east coasts.
Easy access to North Coast 500 route. Glenmorangie Distillery within walking distance. Balblair Distillery, arguably Scotland's odlest distillery, is a short drive away. Falls of Shin: Salmon Leap and Visitor Centre. Dubrobin Castle.
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