More than just an overnight stop on the way to or from Scotland, our Jedburgh site, which is close to the town of the same name, is a lovely place to stay to explore the Scottish Borders. The town of Jedburgh can be accessed by bus or a lovely 20-minute riverside walk from site, and features a two-mile historic Town Trail taking in a variety of attractions including Jedburgh Castle Jail, Queen Mary’s House and Bonnie Prince Charlie’s House. Other local walks include St Cuthbert’s Way and the Borders Abbey Way, both of which pass very close to the site. Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre offers nature-based activities, while further afield you can enjoy views of the River Teviot at Monteviot House Garden. Non-members welcome.Open from:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up,Grass pitch with electric hook-up,Hardstanding only pitch,Grass only pitch (no electric),A well-sheltered site,Flushing toilet,Showers,Washbasins,Electric shaver sockets,Some accessible facilities,Backpacker facilities,Chemical toilet disposal point,Drinking water taps,Motorhome stop-off,Washing Machines,Dishwashing facilities,Ice pack freezing,Gas cylinders,Payphone,Pets welcome,Wi-fi(Wicoms Ltd),Battery charging facilities
The town of Jedburgh is around a mile’s walk from the site and features a two-mile historic Town Trail taking in a variety of attractions including Jedburgh Castle Jail, Queen Mary’s House (both now museums), Bonnie Prince Charlie’s House and the Friary.
Other local walks include St Cuthbert’s Way and the Borders Abbey Way, which both pass very close to the site.
Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre offers nature-based activities for children, while further afield you can enjoy the beautiful views of the River Teviot and countryside at Monteviot House Garden. Jedforest Deer and Farm Park is home to Jedforest Falconry, where visitors can handle owls under supervision.
Based on 4 review(s)
lancashire 31 May 2010
this site was not really our cup of tea. There is a sports field at the side of the site which was in constant use and the users of the field had access with their vehicles through the field that you have paid for to site your caravan.So therefor there was constant traffic and footballs being kicked about, over into the campsite. This was our first visit to the site and were very dissappointed with it. The wardens there were friendly and helpful which i suppose made up for the site. The picture that is in the caravan and camping magazine really is not the ideal photograph to use as people should be aware that there is a sports field nearby.JEDBURGH itself is a lovely town and it is easy to get from A to B. Jedburgh Camping and Caravanning Club Site , Jedburgh, Borders, Scotland
Durham 19 Jun 2009
I liked this site. Nice location, although there is a public right of way alongside to a football/rugby park. Very friendly caretakers and kept very clean. Jedburgh is an intersting little town and is a decent base for walks and further touring. Jedburgh Camping and Caravanning Club Site
East Lothian 23 Oct 2008
It is NOT quiet it has open access through the caravan site to the football field beside it. You have constantly got people walking through the site to the sport field, constant cars in and out and even at times (like we experienced) mopeds coming into the site going throught o the sports field at 23.30. The site does not have separate disabled toilets so when they are closed for cleaning thats it no toilet to use. Jedburgh Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Jedburgh, Borders, Scotland
England 30 Mar 2007
very decent place to use as a base to explore the Borders. We went hillwalking and the surrounding area was breathtaking. In our opinion this area of the Scottish lowlands are the nicest by far. Loads of things to do and a short drive takes you to nice small towns. We didnt stay here long on our 2006 summer holiday but it was a friendly enough place.