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Travel around Scotland – Campsites and Glamping Pods

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Discover Scotland’s Nature Holiday Gems: Campsites and Glamping Pods

Welcome to our travel around Scotland podcast, where we invite you to explore the beauty of Scotland’s north-east. Get ready for a nature-filled adventure as we delve into some of the region’s top campsites and glamping pods. Whether you’re a camping enthusiast, a glamping aficionado, or just looking to reconnect with nature, we’ve got something special for everyone.

  1. Deeside Holiday Park: Nestled in Kirkton of Maryculter, the award-winning Deeside Holiday Park offers a range of options, from caravan holiday homes and lodges to pitches for your own equipment. For a touch of luxury, book one of their glamping pods, some with hot tubs, and enjoy the ultimate relaxation vacation. Visit their website or call 01250 878123 for inquiries.
  2. Ballater Caravan Park: Experience the heart of Deeside at Ballater Caravan Park. Choose from grass tent pitches, serviced touring stances, or hard touring stances with shower and dishwashing facilities. With the village center just half a mile away, you’re never far from local attractions like golf courses and shops. Inquire online or call 01339 755727.
  3. Lodgehill Campsite: For a back-to-basics camping experience, Lodgehill Campsite in Banff is perfect. Priced at just £20 per pitch, it offers a rustic retreat with no electricity supply, encouraging a deeper connection with nature. Enjoy solar/gas showers, a drinking water tap point, and explore Banff’s surroundings. Contact them at
  4. Howe of Torbeg: Unwind in the glamping pods at Howe of Torbeg, located in the countryside of Royal Deeside. Surrounded by walking trails and woodlands, it’s just five miles from Ballater, where you can stock up on essentials. Don’t miss their stargazing package to experience the stunning night sky. Secure your spot by booking online.
  5. Aden Caravan and Camping: This award-winning campsite boasts up to 21 touring pitches and 10 camping pitches. Kids will love the on-site play area, and families can rent one of their four e-bikes for cycling adventures. Contact them to inquire about booking an e-bike or for more information.
  6. Greenwood Loch Holiday Park and Activity Centre: Located in Fisherie, Turriff, Greenwood Loch offers holiday home hires and pet-friendly options for tourers and motorhomes. Engage in a range of on-site activities like off-roading, kayaking, and archery. For inquiries, contact or 01888 551207.
  7. Firbank Park: Just a 20-minute drive from Balmoral Castle, Firbank Park is perfect for a country getaway. Set in the serene Dinnet Wood, guests can spot local wildlife and enjoy the nearby River Dee for fishing or horse riding at Glen Tanar Estate. Barbecues are allowed on-site. Book your stay by contacting 07708 700849.
  8. Applecross Campsite: With space for tents, motorhomes, and caravans, Applecross Campsite offers stunning views of Raasay, Rhona, and the Black Cuillins of Skye. Camping huts are also available, but remember to bring essential items and equipment. Secure your spot through online bookings or by calling 01520 744268.
  9. Upper Crawton Park: Walking distance from Dunnottar Castle and the RSPB Fowlsheugh Nature Reserve, Upper Crawton Park offers five pitches and welcomes pets. Youngsters can enjoy the on-site play area before winding down with a meal or exploring the local area. For more information, contact 07534 672209.
  10. Boutique Farm Bothies: Reconnect with nature in glamping pods at Drumblade, Huntly. Each bothy is filled with treasures, offering an unforgettable stay. Explore the agricultural history of the site. Visit their website for more information.
  11. Ythan Valley Campsite: Nestled in a daisy meadow, Ythan Valley Campsite was once awarded the Best Holiday Accommodation in the north of Scotland. Consider the Hideaway Pitches for a secluded getaway with its own pathway. To inquire, contact 01358 761400.

That wraps up our exploration of Scotland’s nature holiday gems. Whether you prefer camping under the stars or glamping in comfort, the north-east of Scotland has something for everyone. We hope you’re inspired to plan your next adventure and connect with nature in these picturesque settings. Thanks for joining us on this travel around Scotland podcast, and until next time, happy camping!


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