Lodges and Caravan Holiday Homes to Hire and to Buy on Caravan Parks in Scotland
TELL US ABOUT YOUR HOLIDAY on a UK-holiday park this year and you could win a GO Outdoors’ gift card; we have one gift card for £500 and ten for £100 to give away!.
All you need to do is go online and fill in the questonnaire about your holiday. Remember to tick the box to make sure you go into the prize draw in November.:
Park Visitor Survey The survey is open until 31 October. GO Outdoors has over sixty stores nationwide
AVAILABILITY FOR THE AUTUMN SCHOOL HOLIDAYS: At the end of September we will flag up which parks have space for October..
Buying a Holiday Home: Many of our caravan parks have holiday homes and lodges for sale and this could be a good investment for the future. Why not try before you buy; rent a holiday home this summer and talk with the owner about what they have for sale.
For information on caravans and lodges for sale
Children Welcome: Parks have safe play areas for kids and often a games room. Many parks also welcome pets; look for the dog symbol on the entries.
Which park is where? You can search alphabetically. Or search by area . Or Search by Recreation/Facility.
Accessibility: Some parks have lodges or caravans adapted for guests with a mobility impairment. We recommend that you speak with the park before you book and ask if they can send their access guide.
Parks which have access guides are Mortonhall in Edinburgh, Tantallon in North Berwick, Belhaven in Dunbar, and Red Deer near Glasgow. Plus Craig Tara in Ayr and Seton Sands on the Firth of Forth near Edinburgh. And Blairgowrie Holiday Park at Blairgowrie.
Activities on our parks: If you want to be active during your holiday, then check out the Thistle Parks with activities on site.
There is also information on the Forestry Commission Scotland's forests, great for walking, cycling and bird-watcing..
Hot tubs: Some of our parks have lodges with hot tubs
WHAT TO SEE AND WHERE TO GO
What do you want to do? Visit a castle? Historic Scotland has plenty - and abbeys and palaces and forts.
Or go walking or cycling or wildlife-watching? Forestry Commission Scotland's forests have all these activites
and space for you to enjoy the tranquillity. Visit an Edinburgh Woollen Mill visitor centre
not only for shopping but to enjoy lunch or a sumptuous afternoon tea.
Before you leave home, be sure to do some plannng and put a super must-do list in your pocket!
On Places To Go is information on castles, gardens, forest walkways, and places to eat and to shop. Historic Environment Scotland, Forestry Commission Scotland and the Edinburgh Woollen Mill visitor centres. Lots of ideas for you!