Scottish Holiday Parks
From the peaks of the Scottish Highlands and the unspoilt beaches of Dornoch, to the lively seaside resorts of Ayrshire and peaceful Dumfries and Galloway – there's no doubt that holidays in Scotland will leave you with some unforgettable memories. And with 8 holiday parks spread across Scotland’s coastline and countryside, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding your next holiday destination.
When you’re not strolling the nearby Scottish beaches and Highland trails, you’ll find amazing facilities and entertainment on park, with something for everyone to enjoy. From romantic breaks to family getaways, Scotland holidays offer something for everyone.
Caravan Holidays in Scotland
When it comes to caravan holidays in Scotland, nobody does it better than Parkdean Resorts. With 8 parks to choose from, you can enjoy an endless range of accommodation options.
Lodge Holidays in Scotland
Whether you’re looking for lodges with hot tubs in Scotland or a luxury retreat just steps from the Highlands' beautiful beaches, you’ll find lodge holidays at 5 of our parks.
Touring & Camping Holidays
Scotland is world renowned for being home to some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery – so why not get that little bit closer with a touring caravan or camping holiday?
Our Holiday Parks in Scotland
Eyemouth Eyemouth, Berwickshire
Hit the Beach
Visit one of the three nearby beaches for picnics, games and walks
Take the kids swimming with free use of the local indoor pool
Try a new sport or get fit with the family on the all-weather sports court
This park offers:
Grannies Heilan Hame Dornoch, Sutherland
Enjoy amazing views and perhaps spot bottlenose dolphins across the Dornoch Firth
Spend lazy days on the white sands of Embo Beach, right next to the park
Take a dip in the heated indoor pool before relaxing in the sauna
This park offers:
Nairn Lochloy Nairn, Inverness
Step straight from the park onto the golden sands of Nairn East Beach
Avoid the washing up with a delicious meal in the restaurant
Outdoor Play Area
The kids will sleep soundly after a session at the outdoor play area
This park offers:
Sandylands Auchenharvie Park, Ayrshire
Explore the sand dunes or play games on one of the two nearby beaches
Hit a Hole in One
Fancy a game of golf? Head to the neighbouring course to perfect your swing
Keep the kids busy at the adventure playground or head to the nearby skate park
This park offers:
Southerness Southerness, Dumfries
Get fit swimming lengths or whizz down the flume in the indoor pool
Grab a drink and join the family for great entertainment in the Sunset Showbar
Spot Natterjack toads and more with a stroll through the park’s wildlife walk
This park offers:
Sundrum Castle Coylton, Ayrshire
Swim All Day
Enjoy hours in the water at the indoor pool complex with flume
Round off a great day with a drink and meal at the on-park restaurant.
Take the kids to the amusement arcade for new and traditional games
This park offers:
Tummel Valley Near Pitlochry, Perthshire
Sip a coffee and read the paper on the patio, enjoying great views over the river
Feel your cares melt away as you swim in the heated indoor pool
Hop on your bike or take a relaxing stroll with lovely trails through the Perthshire scenery
This park offers:
Scotland Holiday Reviews
N - Eyemouth
Debra - Grannie's Heilan Hame
Nicola - Nairn Lochloy
G - St Minver
Karen - Tummel Valley
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Enriched by some of the UK's most outstanding landscapes and full to the brim with exciting attractions and days out, Scotland holidays are undoubtedly a favourite for many when planning a staycation. From the Borders to the Highlands, Scottish holidays offer plenty of variety, including beautiful national parks and buzzing major cities and towns, just waiting to be explored. Whether you're an avid hiker, beach-goer or keen to keep the kids entertained, you'll find it all here. Looking for further inspiration for things to do in Scotland? Check out our blog for some ideas on how to spend your break.
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Discover Scotland’s amazing coastlines and explore the beaches, including several Blue Flag award-winning beaches. Many of our parks are right by the beach so pack a picnic and get ready for beachside fun.
Food and Entertainment
Great food, good company, lively entertainment; you’ll find it all on our parks, giving you the perfect way to relax and enjoy your evenings in style.
If you love to swim while on holiday you’ll find great indoor pools at all our Scottish parks, with the exception of Eyemouth where you can use the local swimming pool for free.
Enjoy an ice-cream while strolling along the promenade at one of Scotland’s many seaside towns. They are just the spot for reliving childhood seaside adventures and making new memories with your own family.
Explore Scotland’s rugged countryside as you head off on a walking trail. From gentle strolls around a nature trail to hiking in the Highlands, there’s something for everyone.
Top places to visit in Scotland
FAQs about Holidays in Scotland
Scotland's stunning landscape and epic history make it an ideal setting for a relaxing couples' break. You'll find great facilities and accommodation suitable for couples at all 8 of our Scottish holiday parks. For an extra special stay, why not book a luxury lodge in Scotland? Available at 5 of our holiday parks - some even feature their own hot tub!
If you're looking for a romantic escape in the Scottish Highlands, we recommend Tummel Valley Holiday Park. Eyemouth and Grannie's Heilan' Hame Holiday Park also offer a relaxed coastal setting and have been rated particularly highly by our guests staying as a couple.
All 8 of our holiday parks in Scotland welcome dogs and offer dog friendly accommodation. Find out more about our pet friendly holidays in Scotland here - as well as the great dog friendly attractions and beaches nearby such as Robin Hood's Bay and Scarborough Castle.
To browse our pet friendly accommodation, simply select 'Yes' to bringing pets when starting your holiday search online. Alternatively, head to your chosen park using the menu above and select the 'accommodation' tab, using the filter to view all of the dog friendly caravans and lodges available.
All 8 of our holiday parks in Scotland offer caravan holidays, with a wide range of grades and sizes available to suit any budget. Prices depend on the type of accommodation you're after and the time of year you plan on visiting. For the best deals, we recommend visiting outside of the school holidays - where you'll often be able to find short breaks in Scotland for less than £100! Use our low cost holiday finder to find and book yours.
Our caravan holidays offer exceptional value when you book with family or friends. With caravans sleeping up to 8, you can share the cost or even put it towards an upgrade! You'll also find a fully equipped kitchen inside all of our caravans, making self-catering a great way to save.
You'll find luxury lodge accommodation in Scotland on offer at 5 of our holiday parks, making it easy to find a luxury escape, wherever you plan to visit. The cost of our lodge holidays will depend on the grade of lodge you choose and what time of year you plan to stay. For our best deals, we recommend looking at dates outside of school holidays. Head to our lodge holidays in Scotland page and scroll down to the last minute breaks section to see our best upcoming deals.
Our range of lodges includes smaller luxury lodges with fewer bedrooms - a great option to save on a luxury break - as well as bigger, brand new models with room for all the family. Tummel Valley Holiday Park also has a range of lodges with hot tubs for an extra special break.
With touring caravan pitches at 6, and camping pitches at 5 of our holiday parks, you'll be spoiled for choice when finding your perfect camping holiday in Scotland. Prices can start from as little as £8 per night and vary depending on your chosen pitch type and the time of year you plan to visit. Whichever you choose, our touring and camping pitches in Scotland offer excellent value for money and include free access to facilities and entertainment across the park.
Choose from Standard, Electric, Serviced and Star pitch types, offering a range of different pitch sizes and facilities such as electric hook-up and water points. Our Standard pitches are a great option if you want to keep costs down and only need the basics.
Keep in mind, due to the layout of our parks, not all caravans or lodges offer a sea view. If this is a must, please call us before booking to secure a sea view pitch.
You'll find fantastic family friendly accommodation and facilities at all 8 of our holiday parks in Scotland, from adventure playgrounds to fussy friendly children's menus in our restaurants. All of our holiday parks in Scotland also feature an indoor pool (or access to a local pool included), which is sure to be a hit with little ones and grown ups alike.
If it's all-singing, all-dancing entertainment you're after, we recommend Southerness Holiday Park in Dumfries, with kids' clubs for all ages and great family entertainment 7 days a week. Grannie's Heilan' Hame has also been rated highly by our guests staying with children of all ages.
Scotland's diverse counties and coasts are home to a wide range of charming towns, quaint villages and bustling cities - well worth a day trip out on your next Scotland holiday. Some of our top picks for places to visit in Scotland include:
Head to our holidays in Scotland page to find out more information on the best places to visit.
7 of our holiday parks in Scotland feature a heated indoor swimming pool on park. Eyemouth Holiday Park is the only exception, however, your included entertainment pass grants you free access to the local public pool, which is only a 5 minute walk away.
You'll find a range of fun activities on offer at our park's swimming pools full details of which can be found on the pool timetable within your welcome pack. Find out more about our holiday parks with swimming pools here.
7 of our holiday parks in Scotland are close to the beach. If you want to reach the sand just a short stroll from your caravan, we recommend Southerness, Eyemouth, Grannie's Heilan' Hame or Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park, all offering access to the beach just steps away. Find out more about some of Scotland's best beaches here.
Scotland is home to a whole host of brilliant days out and attractions. Some of our favourite places to visit in Scotland include:
- Cairngorms National Park
- Fort George
- Queen's View
- Kelburn Estate and Country Centre
- Robert Burns Birthplace Museum
- Dunrobin Castle
- Loch Lomond
For more inspiration and things to do, visit our local attractions in Scotland page.
You'll find free WiFi within the main complex building of all 8 of our holiday parks in Scotland. In addition to this, we also offer a premium WiFi service available across the park at Sandylands, Grannie's Heilan' Hame and Southerness Holiday Parks for a small additional charge.
Keep in mind that due to our parks' rural locations, you may experience limited mobile phone signal in some areas. If this is essential to your stay, we recommend checking with your service provider beforehand for details of coverage in the area.
We offer a range of accessible and wheelchair friendly accommodation at all 8 of our holiday parks in Scotland. These adapted caravans are designed with features to ensure a comfortable stay for all guests, including ramps, widened doorways and lowered kitchen surfaces. To find out more, head to our accessible holidays page or to see our accommodation, head to the accommodation page for your park of choice and select the 'Wheelchair Friendly' filter.
In addition to accommodation, you'll find accessible facilities within our complex buildings. If you use a wheelchair or experience difficulty walking on sloped surfaces, it's worth keeping in mind the natural terrain of each of our holiday parks in Scotland. Southerness, Nairn Lochloy and Grannie's Heilan' Hame are all flat - while Eyemouth Holiday Park is also flat, there's a steep hill to access the park.
Scotland makes for a fantastic holiday destination any time of year, however, if you're planning a beach break, resorts like Ayr really come alive during the summer. Depending on where in Scotland you're visiting, temperatures can reach average highs of around 19 degrees during July and August, making these months the warmest time of year to spend your holiday.
If you're visiting during autumn, winter or spring you'll be able to enjoy quiet beach walks and experience the beauty of The Highlands as the landscape colours change throughout the seasons. Head to our local attractions page to discover more about things to do in Scotland.