Dingwall Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a beautiful park set in the picturesque surrounds of the Scottish Highlands, a short distance north of Inverness and between the A9 and A835 roads that offer access to the stunning landscape that exists even further to the north. The park is open from late March until early November, and has pitches available for motorhomes, touring campervans, and tents. We offer electricity hook-ups as well as access to all the facilities you need for a comfortable stay with us, including laundry, washing up, and safe chemical waste disposal. We also provide Wi-Fi internet access to all guests during their stay, who can also bring their pets along to accompany them as they explore the unspoiled landscape on their doorstep.
Dingwall Camping and Caravanning Club Site is one of the most popular Inverness Caravan Parks owing to its location. We offer you the perfect base for exploring the northeast coast of Scotland as well as for venturing further into the Highlands. Dingwall has a number of shops and local businesses where you can eat and buy conveniences, while the surrounding towns and villages are also worth the journey.
Our park is situated just a half mile from the town of Dingwall itself, from where you can take a train that will show you all of the best places in the local area, allowing you to relax and leave the car safely on site, as well as the obvious benefits of ensuring you don’t get lost! One of the most famous activities enjoyed in Scotland is walking, and with a range of routes and nature trails either passing our park or within close proximity, you are always able to plan a day of exploring this rugged and unspoiled part of the world. Whether you prefer to walk through valleys, along hill and mountain sides, or explore woodland wildlife and nature, you can do all of them, and sometimes even all three if you’re active enough, from our location.
The lure of Loch Ness attracts many visitors to our park; a mere 30-minute drive away, you can organize yourself a Loch cruise and try to solve the Loch Ness Monster mystery for yourself. If you are looking for something closer to your base that will allow you to relax, you’ll find a range of golf clubs within miles of the park, while the local rivers and Lochs are all favourites among local fishermen.
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Trains leaving from Dingwall – just half a mile away – follow beautiful routes to Kyle of Lochalsh or Thurso and Wick. If you prefer to walk, Dingwall Heritage Trail for walkers passes the site and goes along the River Peffery to a picnic area on the Cromarty Firth.
There are other beautiful trails in the area, including a route up Fyrish Hill, while nearby Ben Wyvis is a National Nature Reserve and home to deer, pine marten and the golden eagle.
Loch Ness, home to an even rarer beast, is half an hour’s drive away, where you can explore the Exhibition Centre of take a cruise in search of the elusive “Nessie”. Day trips to the Orkney Islands are available from nearby Inverness.
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