Rosemarkie Camping and Caravanning Club Site sits in a beautiful location in the Scottish Highlands, overlooking the iconic Moray Firth and holding a four-star rating with the Camping and Caravanning Tourist Board. A short drive away from Inverness, our park is open from late March until late October, and welcomes motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents.
Electric hook-ups are available alongside conveniences such as laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal facilities, while those with laptops or mobile devices can take advantage of our Wi-Fi internet access. Pets are also welcome, meaning the whole family can enjoy the experience of getting to know this amazing part of the world.
From the coastal areas close to the park, you can often view dolphins swimming in the Firth, while woodland, countryside, and of course hills, offer themselves to you whether you want to explore them by foot, on bicycle, or even on horseback. We are situated on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Rosemarkie, which houses shops, pubs, and cafes ensuring that you can always top up your holiday supplies or find high quality food and drink.
There are many historic sites to be found and explored close to Rosemarkie. There is the ruin of Fortrose Cathedral to the south, while a number of museums and a Victorian market can be found by travelling further to Inverness.
In addition to the range of sights and landmarks to enjoy, this part of Scotland is also known for its attractiveness to wildlife. In addition to dolphins, migratory birds often nest here, either permanently or on their way to somewhere warmer depending on the season, while ducks and swans are never far away on the waterways. They can also be seen up close at Black Isle Wildlife and Country Park.
Heading north on the main A9 road will enable you to take in the best of the northeast Scottish coast, where you’ll find fishing opportunities aplenty both in the sea and around the rivers and Lochs of the area, while a trip to Thurso and John O’Groats at the tip of the country is also worth dedicating a day to.
If you love spending time in the great outdoors then Scotland is a perfect destination. Why not use our park as your gateway to the Highlands, and explore some of the most natural, rugged, and unspoiled landscape you could care to find anywhere in Europe.
Types of pitches:
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Parent and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
The nearby village of Rosemarkie is famous for its Pictish stones, housed in the Groam House Museum, and also has shops, pubs and a community-run Beach Cafe, which opens during the summer. The ruins of Fortrose Cathedral are south of the site, while you can enjoy shops, galleries, a cathedral and the Victorian Market in nearby Inverness.
Animal lovers can take a boat from Avoch harbour or Cromarty to see dolphins visit Munlochy Bay to spot wading birds, ducks and migratory birds, or feed ducks, geese and swans at Black Isle Wildlife and Country Park.
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