Updated: May 24
Are you planning your getaways for this year? Arrange campervan hire in Scotland? Get behind the wheel of a campervan or motorhome and experience the ultimate freedom that comes with being able to stop and set up camp when and where you desire!
There is a huge choice of campervan campsites in Scotland and holiday parks where you can set up and stay whilst being surrounded by the magnificent scenery Scotland has to offer. If you relish the prospect of exploring the rural locales and remote parts of Scotland then a campervan holiday really is the perfect getaway for you. Here are some of the best destinations, and camping spots in Scotland that are definitely worth the journey!
1. Isle of Skye
Take your campervan to the Isle of Skye, the possibilities are endless when it comes to exploring Skye. The whole of Skye is outstanding to drive around, no matter which direction you head off in or the weather, you will be amazed by it’s views. You can stop on the shores of Loch Greshornish and enjoy the views across the waters to the hills and beyond. There's a huge choice of campervan sites on Isle of Skye.
2. Glencoe to Fort William
This route is an essential "Route 66" type road trip, with great places to go when you are touring Scotland in a campervan. With plenty of stunning Glencoe campsites to chose from. This is one unforgettable Scottish road trip. Pitch up at the bottom of Glencoe’s incredible mountains and spend a day or two surrounded by the beautiful woodlands. There are great adventures to be had on foot here which include many low and high-level walks through the vicinity.
3. Jedburgh and Lauder
Pitch up at sites in Jedburgh and Lauder if you are passing through the Scottish borders or are just curious about this beautiful region. This region has walking trails and wide open spaces to explore at your own pace, including the Southern Upland Way, and St Cuthberts Way. The caravan and motorhome club list some great resources about where to stay.
4. Assynt to Sutherland
If you are looking for dramatic scenes then this journey is one for you. On your journey north you will find endless numbers of lochs to enjoy fishing amongst, scenes from the dramatic peaks of Quinag before ending up in the beautiful village of Scourite. Here you can park in the village’s caravan park which overlooks the bay. You will witness some unforgettable sunrises and sunsets here! From there, you can follow the River Laxford to Lock Stack and spend the days climbing mountains or simply sit back, relax and soak up the beauty.
5. Loch Ness
Caravan sites around Loch Ness are the best spots for exploring this famous area. It is hard to think of a more perfect place to experience Scotland’s great outdoors when you have kayaking, cycling, Loch Ness boat trips, Munros surrounding you. You are close to Urquhart Castle and the Caledonian Canal, and who knows, amongst the beautiful waters you may even spot the mysterious Loch Ness monster!
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