Tour Scotland -
With Your Caravan, Motorhome or Tent
Thistle Holiday Parks are for touring caravans, for motorhomes and for camping and glamping. The parks are of a 4- or 5-star standard and are among the best in Scotland. Several parks also have glamping pods for camping with mod cons. Most have hard-standing pitches, often with services nearby.
On Thistle Holiday Parks facilities for tourers include:
- shower and toilet blocks
- areas for preparing food and for washing dishes
- chemical disposal facilities for caravans and perhaps also for motorhomes.
- many of the pitches are on firm ground and some have hook-ups to services
Plus: Some parks have leisure facilities e.g. swimming pool, games room, bar and restaurant, and entertainment for the family.
Tents Welcome: Many of our parks welcome tents and some set aside a special area. Look for the tent symbol on the entries when you plan your camping holiday in Scotland.
Glamping pods:. These are small, wooden "huts", not quite a tent, not quite a holiday home! Some are basic but many have electricity and a toilet and some are luxurious!
You may have to provide sleeping bags and cooking and eating utensils. For more information and ideas give glamping a go!
Children and Pets Welcome: The caravan parks have safe play areas; some have a games room. Many parks welcome pets - look for the dog symbol.
Accessibility: Some parks have facilities on their park which are accessible for guests with a mobilitiy impairment. They may have information on their entries, but we recommend that you ask for the access guide which they have drawn up. Parks which have access statements are Mortonhall in Edinburgh, Tantallon in North Berwick and Belhaven in Dunbar. Red Deer near Glasgow. Craig Tara in Ayr and Seton Sands on the Firth of Forth, Blairgowrie at Blairgowrie.
Acitivites on our parks: Some of our caravan parks have activities on site.
Holiday Ideas: Stuck for ideas on where to tour? Check out our holiday ideas' page..
What to see: When planning your holiday, think about what to see and do.
Wherever you go, whatever your interests, you'll find something to keep you occupied.
Under Places To Go is information on castles, historic houses, gardens, forests, walking trails and visitor centres.
Historic Scotland, Forestry Commission Scotland and Edinburgh Woollen Mill's centre: open all year..