Station Park is a peaceful and friendly small private park set in the rural location of East Fortune just 5 miles from the busy coastal town of North Berwick and easily accessible to Edinburgh by train. The park welcomes motorhomes and touring caravans all year round on a choice of standard and serviced pitches generously spaced and all within easy reach of the facilities. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy the freedom for the farm with field walks for your dogs. There are woods which attract lots of wildlife and the whole park offers a wonderful setting where you can enjoy a BBQ on those sunny evenings for your al fresco dining!
The farm also have a small 5 pitch CL site - East Fortune Certificated Location, open to Caravan and Motorhome Club members only.
The Brand Family Larder located on the farm is a popular farm shop for locals and visitors, stocking East Fortune home reared lamb, pork and free range eggs as well as an incredible range of locally produced items from breads to chutney and everything in-between -there's something for everyone!
The Brand family have been at East Fortune Farm since 1931 and are fortunate to have 3 generations still living on the farm today.
Just 5 miles from the busy coastal town of North Berwick, Station Park is easily accessible to Edinburgh by train from Drem.
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Station Park Caravan Site (21 pitches) & East Fortune Certificated Location (5 pitches)
Free wifi on both sites
Laundry facilities available
Farm walks, farmshop on site
No toilet blocks or shower facilities on either site
Things to do in North Berwick
• Seacliff Beach
• Yellowcraig Beach
• North Berwick Harbour
• The Lodge Grounds
• Dirleton Castle
• Tantallon Castle
• National Museum of Flight
• Bass Rock
• NB Distillery
• Scottish Seabird Centre
Location Cleanliness Facilities Service / Staff
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Would you recommend this property to other travellers? Yes
Comments about this property
Very friendly staff and owners. A nice well kept site, it is a working farm and you can walk around the outside of the fields and see some of the animals that they have. They also have a very very well stocked farm shop with home grown meats to fresh fruit and vegetables and lots in between. I would recommend this site to anyone that enjoys a quiet retreat.
Tips for other travellers
We did not leave the site once we had arrived but as we are local anyway we know of a few things to do in the area. The fishing town of North Berwick as approx 4 mile away and there are boat trips available to book for going out to the Bass Rock, there is, if you feel energetic, a walk up to the top of Berwick Law where the whale jaw bone is sited, you can get really nice views over the Forth estuary from the top of the Law also. There is also the historic village of East Linton close by as well. If you are more into history then there is Hailes Castle and Preston Mill, if you are into aeroplanes then East Fortune museum of flight, which also has a Concorde on site, is also very close by and lastly Edinburgh is approximately a 45 minute drive away. Sorry can’t tell you to much or there wouldn’t be anything for you to discover should you decide to visit.
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