Endlessly captivating, Scotland offers truly wild open spaces and proudly unique culture. Every season has its own appeal, whether you want to ski, wild swim or birdwatch. To help you get the most from a stay in the country, you’ll want to choose the best motorhome site in Scotland to stay at.
The North Coast 500 is attracting more visitors than ever, while the ancient lochs, glens and woods remain among the country’s biggest draws. Along hundreds of miles of coastline are rugged beaches, ethereal islands and attractive harbour towns to explore, while inland is home to lively cities full of splendid culture and history, including the Edinburgh Festival and Hogmanay celebrations.
In this guide, we’re sharing our pick of the standout motorhome sites in Scotland to stay at, although if you’re also thinking of touring to other parts of the UK, be sure to take a look at our best motorhome sites round up.
The best motorhome sites in Scotland are:
The best motorhome site in Scotland is:
Myrus Caravan & Holiday Park
Macduff, Aberdeenshire AB45 3QP myruscaravanpark.co.uk
- Open: 1 April – 31 October
- Touring pitches: 22
- Pitch+2+hook-up: From £31
Congratulations to this year’s winner, Myrus Caravan Park, who are celebrating their 3rd Regional Winner accolade! The adults-only motorhome site offers immaculate hardstanding and grass pitches set within the rolling Aberdeenshire countryside.
The site was voted best motorhome site in Scotland by our readers, for its gorgeous location and high quality facilities. Visitors have access to luxury heated washrooms which include private cubicles and accessible toilets and showers. There is also laundry amenities and a manicured picnic area complete with barbecue.
Myrus is well-positioned for reaching the Moray Coast and its rugged beaches, as well as the pretty harbour towns along the coastline. A short walk from the Scottish motorhome site is a golf club and coffee shop, while pubs, restaurants and shops can be found in the nearby towns of Macduff and Banff.
The contenders for the best motorhome site in Scotland are:
Seafield Avenue, Grantown-on-Spey PH26 3JQ caravanscotland.com
- Open: All year
- Touring pitches: 130
- Pitch+2+hook-up: from £34.90 (+£1 per night for non-Caravan Club members)
If you’re hoping to walk, hike, cycle or fish in Scotland’s biggest National Park, this motorhome site might be perfect for you. The pristine park is set in the north of the Cairngorms and just a mile from the River Spey, so it’s well-set up for nature lovers to explore the area.
On-site, the facilities include a variety of pitches – including super pitches – along with heated washrooms and accessible facilities, dishwashing and laundry areas, a family washroom, kids play zone and super fast broadband. If you want to venture off-site, you can take a short walk to Grantown-on-Spey village where you’ll find cafes, pubs and shops.
Linwater Caravan Park
West Clifton, East Calder, West Lothian EH53 0HT linwater.co.uk
- Open: All year
- Touring pitches: 60
- Pitch+2+hook-up: from £30
With Edinburgh under an hour away by bus or car, this touring site is a great base for enjoying the wonderful museums, galleries, parks and restaurants the city offers. It also benefits from the dense woodland surrounding the scenic River Almond which runs behind the site, as well as nearby walking and cycling routes.
Visitors can look forward to a comfortable stay at the motorhome site, which provides hardstanding and grass pitches, heated shower blocks, accessible washrooms, and a drive-over greywater disposal point. Also on site is a kids play park, dog walk, picnic area, indoor camp kitchen and laundry facilities.
Bunree Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
Address Bunree Club Site, Onich, Fort William, Highlands PH33 6SE caravanclub.co.uk
- Open: 16 March-5 November
- Touring pitches: 99
- Pitch+2+hook-up: from £22.90
Uniquely placed on the northern shores of Loch Linne, this touring park truly makes the most of Scotland’s natural beauty. Visitors can enjoy ethereal views of the water and surrounding mountains from their pitch, venture out on a guided mountain walk or even scale the mighty Ben Nevis nearby.
Along with a central washroom block and accessible facilities, the site is home to a dog area, washing up and laundry amenities and a motorhome service point.
Sunnyside Croft Touring Park
Arisaig, Inverness-shire PH39 4NT sunnysidetouringsite.co.uk
- Open: 31st March to 22nd October
- Touring pitches: 40
- Pitch+2+hook-up: £26
Offering direct access to some of Scotland’s most beautiful beaches, this site sits pretty on the West Highland coast. The caravan and motorhome site boasts views of the Small Isles, including Skye, Rum and Canna and is perfectly located for exploring the area’s shores and countryside.
The site offers a comfortable break for tourers, providing heated washrooms, accessible facilities and a dishwashing/laundry area. The pitches are hardstanding with the option for electric hook-up.
Scone Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Scone Palace Caravan Park, Scone, Perthshire PH2 6BB campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk
- Open: 3rd March 2023 – 3rd January 2024
- Touring pitches: 120
- Pitch+2+hook-up: from £9.45
A perfect getaway for nature lovers, this site is set within the scenic estate of Scone Palace. The touring park is often visited by rabbits, buzzards and ospreys, while the nearby River Tay offers walking routes and the opportunity to fish with a licence. On the site itself there is a dog walk and a children’s playground, as well as a toilet and shower block and laundry facilities.
The spacious pitches include hardstanding and grass options, and the CCC site also welcomes non-members. There are plenty of things to do nearby: visitors can get to Perth, Scone and Dundee with ease while the rural spot is great for enjoying the outdoors.
The Park, Findhorn, Forres IV36 3TY findhornbayholidaypark.com
- Open: 1 April – 1 November
- Touring pitches: 34
- Pitch+2+hook-up: From £28
For a great base to explore the Moray Coast, Findhorn Bay is one of the best motorhome sites in Scotland. The site is a short drive from the town of Forres and is well placed for walking to beaches in the area. The Cairngorms National Park is within easy reach of the site and Findhorn village is just a mile’s walk away.
Visitors can enjoy the rolling greenery of Aberdeenshire that surrounds the hardstanding and grass pitches, while the facilities on offer include renovated washrooms and laundry facilities. The unique Findhorn Foundation is next to the site, which is home to a community cafe, shop selling food and gifts and an organic cafe.
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