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- A members only open location by the river in the countryside
- Family activities including pony trekking, fishing and golf
- Beautiful natural surrounding and historic cities nearby
Silverbank Caravan Club Site is an open location just off the Aberdeen to Braemar Road; it runs parallel with the River Dee through some absolutely splendid countryside. Nearby Banchory is a popular little holiday town offering a wealth of activities for all the family, including pony trekking, fishing and a golf course. Whilst staying at the caravan site, you will want to take the time to visit Cairngorm National Park and Aberdeen, the capital of the Grampian Highlands and Britain's Cleanest City. Just some of the highlights this city boasts are its floral displays, clean sandy beach, narrow cobbled streets, busy harbour and educational Maritime Museum. For the children, there is a fun Science Centre with over 50 hands-on interactive exhibits and live science shows as well as the family history shop.
There are plenty of excellent walking choices available from Silverbank Caravan Club Site, including some lovely dog walks. A 2.5 mile saunter will bring you to the Bridge of Feugh where you can sometimes spot salmon leaping up the falls. For a longer walk, explore Glen Muik where you can go right around the Loch and will almost certainly spot deer. The site is also a great base for exploring fascinating historic sites such as Crathes Castle which has an adventure playground for children, Drum Castle and Gardens, and the beautiful castle and grounds at Balmoral.
With all these local activities at hand, this caravan park makes for a memorable family holiday.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Commercial vehicles allowed
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
- Coach stations
Stonehaven Bus Shelter — 11.9 miles
11.9 miles Dyce Airport: Terminal Bus Stop — 14.2 miles
14.2 miles Aberdeen: Guild Street Bus Station — 15.4 miles
- Train stations
Stonehaven Rail Station — 11.2 miles
11.2 miles Portlethen Rail Station — 13.1 miles
13.1 miles Dyce Rail Station — 14.7 miles
- Ferry ports
Aberdeen Ferry Terminal — 15.6 miles
Aberdeen Airport — 14.2 miles
Turn left off the A90 (Laurencekirk - Aberdeen) on the outskirts of Stonehaven (ignore the first signpost to A92, Stonehaven, Banchory) onto the A957 (signposted Spurryhillock, Stonehaven, Banchory). Continue past the industrial estate. At the T-junction turn left and almost immediately right (about 200 yards) into Farrochie Roadd. At the roundabout continue left onto A957 (signposted Banchory). In about 12 miles at the T-junction turn left into the road signposted Braemar. The Site is on the left on approaching outskirts of Banchory (200yds past 30mph sign and signpost Banchory). Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not SatNav, due to alternative routes being unsuitable for towing. Access via B974 is not recommended.
The Bridge of Feugh will take you close the Falls
Glen Muik is a great exploration around lochs with wild deer to glimpse
Historic Crathes Castle has an adventure playground, Drum Castle and Gardens and the castle and grounds at Balmoral
- Duthie Park Winter Gardens (14.9 miles)
- Aberdeen Maritime Museum (15.5 miles)
- Carnegie Museum (16.2 miles)
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