Campsites in Fife
7 bookable campsites in Fife
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- Luxury glamping pods with countryside views in northwest Fife
- Half an hour’s drive from Stirling and Perth; 45 minutes from Glasgow
- Walking distance to the village shop; woodland cycles from the site
Bell View 1 bedroom cabin 4 x From £130/€144.95/A$226.36/US$156.71/CA$210.17/CHF145.12/SEK1,652.98/DKK1,080.52/NOK1,601.26/ISK22,284/ARS29,417.19/CLP124,873/PEN604.68/NZ$247.47/ZAR2,737.35/PLN684.74/R$807.33/CZK3,450.89/RSD17,037/HUF56,361.78/RUB11,070.89/CN¥1,061.75 per night Castle View 1 bedroom cabin 4 x From £130/€144.95/A$226.36/US$156.71/CA$210.17/CHF145.12/SEK1,652.98/DKK1,080.52/NOK1,601.26/ISK22,284/ARS29,417.19/CLP124,873/PEN604.68/NZ$247.47/ZAR2,737.35/PLN684.74/R$807.33/CZK3,450.89/RSD17,037/HUF56,361.78/RUB11,070.89/CN¥1,061.75 per night Woodland View 1 bedroom cabin 4 x From £130/€144.95/A$226.36/US$156.71/CA$210.17/CHF145.12/SEK1,652.98/DKK1,080.52/NOK1,601.26/ISK22,284/ARS29,417.19/CLP124,873/PEN604.68/NZ$247.47/ZAR2,737.35/PLN684.74/R$807.33/CZK3,450.89/RSD17,037/HUF56,361.78/RUB11,070.89/CN¥1,061.75 per night
- Adults-only site with views over the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh
- Beach and coast path a mile away; St Andrews 25 minutes' drive
- Well-maintained dog-friendly site with well-equipped recreation room
Electric gravel motorhome pitch (no awning, small) 4 x From £26/€28.99/A$45.27/US$31.34/CA$42.03/CHF29.02/SEK330.60/DKK216.10/NOK320.25/ISK4,457/ARS5,883.44/CLP24,975/PEN120.94/NZ$49.49/ZAR547.47/PLN136.95/R$161.47/CZK690.18/RSD3,407/HUF11,272.36/RUB2,214.18/CN¥212.35 per night Electric gravel touring pitch (large) 4 x From £28/€31.22/A$48.75/US$33.75/CA$45.27/CHF31.26/SEK356.03/DKK232.73/NOK344.89/ISK4,800/ARS6,336.01/CLP26,896/PEN130.24/NZ$53.30/ZAR589.58/PLN147.48/R$173.89/CZK743.27/RSD3,669/HUF12,139.46/RUB2,384.50/CN¥228.68 per night Fully-serviced grass and gravel touring pitch (XL) 4 x From £32/€35.68/A$55.72/US$38.57/CA$51.73/CHF35.72/SEK406.89/DKK265.97/NOK394.16/ISK5,485/ARS7,241.15/CLP30,738/PEN148.84/NZ$60.91/ZAR673.81/PLN168.55/R$198.73/CZK849.45/RSD4,194/HUF13,873.67/RUB2,725.14/CN¥261.35 per night Camping pod (double) 2 x From £55/€61.32/A$95.77/US$66.30/CA$88.92/CHF61.40/SEK699.34/DKK457.14/NOK677.46/ISK9,428/ARS12,445.73/CLP52,831/PEN255.83/NZ$104.70/ZAR1,158.11/PLN289.70/R$341.56/CZK1,459.99/RSD7,208/HUF23,845.37/RUB4,683.84/CN¥449.20 per night Camping pod (twin) 2 x From £55/€61.32/A$95.77/US$66.30/CA$88.92/CHF61.40/SEK699.34/DKK457.14/NOK677.46/ISK9,428/ARS12,445.73/CLP52,831/PEN255.83/NZ$104.70/ZAR1,158.11/PLN289.70/R$341.56/CZK1,459.99/RSD7,208/HUF23,845.37/RUB4,683.84/CN¥449.20 per night
- Adults-only park with spectacular views over the Firth of Forth
- Largo Law walks directly from the park; St Andrews a 20-minute drive
- Fife Coastal Path and the East Neuk fishing villages under 15 minutes
Non-electric grass tent pitch 6 x From £27/€30.10/A$47.01/US$32.55/CA$43.65/CHF30.14/SEK343.31/DKK224.42/NOK332.57/ISK4,628/ARS6,109.72/CLP25,935/PEN125.59/NZ$51.40/ZAR568.53/PLN142.22/R$167.68/CZK716.72/RSD3,538/HUF11,705.91/RUB2,299.34/CN¥220.52 per night Fully-serviced hardstanding touring pitch 6 x From £28/€31.22/A$48.75/US$33.75/CA$45.27/CHF31.26/SEK356.03/DKK232.73/NOK344.89/ISK4,800/ARS6,336.01/CLP26,896/PEN130.24/NZ$53.30/ZAR589.58/PLN147.48/R$173.89/CZK743.27/RSD3,669/HUF12,139.46/RUB2,384.50/CN¥228.68 per night Electric grass tent pitch 6 x From £30/€33.45/A$52.24/US$36.16/CA$48.50/CHF33.49/SEK381.46/DKK249.35/NOK369.52/ISK5,142/ARS6,788.58/CLP28,817/PEN139.54/NZ$57.11/ZAR631.70/PLN158.02/R$186.31/CZK796.36/RSD3,932/HUF13,006.56/RUB2,554.82/CN¥245.02 per night
- Stays on a Fife organic farm 20 minutes’ walk from Falkland Palace
- Five minutes’ drive to Falkland Hill; 40 minutes’ drive to St Andrews
- Quiet family site with an organic café, farm shop and plant nursery
Non-electric hardstanding and grass campervan pitch 6 x From £10/€11.15/A$17.41/US$12.05/CA$16.17/CHF11.16/SEK127.15/DKK83.12/NOK123.17/ISK1,714/ARS2,262.86/CLP9,606/PEN46.51/NZ$19.04/ZAR210.57/PLN52.67/R$62.10/CZK265.45/RSD1,310/HUF4,335.52/RUB851.61/CN¥81.67 per night Bankings Field non-electric grass tent pitch 6 x From £20/€22.30/A$34.82/US$24.11/CA$32.33/CHF22.33/SEK254.30/DKK166.23/NOK246.35/ISK3,428/ARS4,525.72/CLP19,211/PEN93.03/NZ$38.07/ZAR421.13/PLN105.35/R$124.20/CZK530.91/RSD2,621/HUF8,671.04/RUB1,703.21/CN¥163.35 per night Bothy 1 bedroom cottage / chalet / bungalow 4 x From £250/€278.75/A$435.31/US$301.36/CA$404.17/CHF279.08/SEK3,178.80/DKK2,077.92/NOK3,079.35/ISK42,854/ARS56,571.52/CLP240,141/PEN1,162.84/NZ$475.90/ZAR5,264.13/PLN1,316.82/R$1,552.56/CZK6,636.33/RSD32,763/HUF108,388.03/RUB21,290.18/CN¥2,041.82 per 2 nights
- Pretty farm for glamping stays with excellent views over Loch Fitty
- A 15-minute drive from Dunfermline town and 45 from Edinburgh
- Guests can help to feed and care for farm animals and take farm tours
Lamb Lookout shepherd's hut (2 adults and 2 children) 4 x From £110/€122.65/A$191.53/US$132.60/CA$177.84/CHF122.79/SEK1,398.67/DKK914.29/NOK1,354.91/ISK18,856/ARS24,891.47/CLP105,662/PEN511.65/NZ$209.40/ZAR2,316.22/PLN579.40/R$683.13/CZK2,919.99/RSD14,416/HUF47,690.73/RUB9,367.68/CN¥898.40 per night Ewe View shepherd's hut (2 adults and 2 children) 4 x
- Dog-friendly site near Leven, with views of the Firth of Forth
- A 25-minute drive from St Andrews; 16 other golf courses nearby
- Smart, well-equipped holiday homes; bar, play area and walks on site
Hideaway 1 bedroom cabin (hot tub, no pets, three person) 3 x From £369.60/€412.10/A$643.56/US$445.53/CA$597.53/CHF412.58/SEK4,699.54/DKK3,072/NOK4,552.51/ISK63,355/ARS83,635.33/CLP355,024/PEN1,719.14/NZ$703.57/ZAR7,782.49/PLN1,946.78/R$2,295.30/CZK9,811.16/RSD48,436/HUF160,240.87/RUB31,475.41/CN¥3,018.63 per 4 nights Hideaway 1 bedroom cabin (hot tub, pet friendly, three person) 3 x From £369.60/€412.10/A$643.56/US$445.53/CA$597.53/CHF412.58/SEK4,699.54/DKK3,072/NOK4,552.51/ISK63,355/ARS83,635.33/CLP355,024/PEN1,719.14/NZ$703.57/ZAR7,782.49/PLN1,946.78/R$2,295.30/CZK9,811.16/RSD48,436/HUF160,240.87/RUB31,475.41/CN¥3,018.63 per 4 nights Bass Rock 2 bedroom lodge (2 adults and 2 children, hot tub) 4 x From £377.60/€421.02/A$657.49/US$455.18/CA$610.46/CHF421.51/SEK4,801.26/DKK3,138.50/NOK4,651.05/ISK64,726/ARS85,445.62/CLP362,709/PEN1,756.36/NZ$718.80/ZAR7,950.94/PLN1,988.92/R$2,344.99/CZK10,023.52/RSD49,485/HUF163,709.29/RUB32,156.69/CN¥3,083.97 per 4 nights
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Why visit Fife?
The Fife Coastal Path
Running along the shores of Fife from Kincardine to Newburgh, the Fife Coastal Path is without doubt one of the best long-distance walking routes in Scotland. The sandy beaches, cliffs and rocks that make up the area’s North Sea coast – as well as the fact that Fife is one of the sunniest parts of Scotland – make walking here an absolute treat. The area is also packed with history – 18th-century estates, crumbling castles and ancient monasteries can all be spotted along the way. There are plenty of camping and glamping sites within a short distance of the Fife coast if you want to try out a section of the path, as well as good bus services if your goal is to explore as many different parts as possible. Head to the official website of the walk to plan your route, or ask your host for their favourite coastal itineraries when you arrive.
Historic towns and villages
Fife’s countless well-preserved towns and villages are also not to be missed. There may not be spectacular lochs and craggy mountains in this part of the country, but Fife’s pastel-coloured houses, old stone buildings and tiny fishing harbours will leave a smile on the face of even the most die-hard Munro-bagger. Coastal spots like Crail or Culross are among the most popular, but heading away from the shoreline is a good idea too – between the ancient village of Ceres and the historic burgh of Dunfermline, there’s plenty of choice of things to see and do inland.
Fife’s best beaches
We touched on the area’s beaches above, but Fife’s sandy shores deserve a paragraph of their own (at least…). Looking for grand, iconic beaches and a sense of space? West Sands in St Andrews is the biggest beach around and well-known for being the backdrop to the 1981 Oscar-winning film ‘Chariots of Fire’; Tentsmuir’s beach is similarly large in scale, with a wide expanse of golden sands and grassy dunes. At the other end of the spectrum, there are lots of smaller coves and bays like Roome Bay near Crail with its rockpools, and Aberdour beach overlooking the tiny islands in the Firth of Forth.
The best things to do in Fife
Explore Cold War heritage at Scotland’s Secret Bunker, a Doomsday government command centre housed 100 feet below an innocent-looking Fife farmhouse
Head to the university town of St Andrews, home to a botanic gardens, a cathedral and the world’s oldest golf course
Take the kids to Craigtoun Country Park for a round of miniature golf, a tractor ride or a couple of hours at the adventure playground
Visit the gorgeous gardens of the Cambo Estate before moving on to admire the scenery at Kingsbarns golf links and beach
See the Forth Bridge, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site, at North Queensferry. Take the train over the iconic 19th-century structure for a day out in Edinburgh, or stay in Fife to explore North Queensferry’s lighthouse, one of the oldest in Scotland
Discover Fife’s ancient past
Fife’s ancient pedigree isn’t to be underestimated – this coastal kingdom is home to burial mounds, standing stones and inhabited caves dating back thousands of years. One of the oldest monuments in the area can be seen at the Lundin Links, where a trio of Bronze Age standing stones are located right in the middle of the golf course.
Just up the coast from Kirkcaldy, there’s also Wemyss Caves, home to the largest number of Pictish cave carvings in the country. Bring sturdy footwear and a proper light if you’re planning on exploring the caves on your own, or talk to the experts at the Save Wemyss Ancient Caves Society to book a place on one of their monthly tours.
Elie Chain Walk
One of the trickiest sections of the Fife Coast Path has been made easier with the installation of sturdy chains to guide visitors over the steep rocks. The Elie Chain Walk is a coastal scramble that takes between one and two hours to complete, and there’s nothing else quite like it in Scotland. The volcanic cliffs and rocks make a challenging but enjoyable experience for anyone with good mobility and a reasonable level of fitness. Best of all? It’s free of charge – just remember to check the tide times before setting out to avoid getting cut off.
Boat trips to the Isle of May
From Anstruther, take a boat trip over to the Isle of May, one of coastal Fife’s best kept secrets. Ferries to this National Nature Reserve operate between April and September – keep your eyes peeled for puffins, guillemots and fulmars, as well as grey seals, who flock here to breed in the autumn.
Once you’ve settled on spending your next holiday in Fife, start narrowing down your search. Looking for dog-friendly Fife campsites? Family-friendly locations where there’ll be plenty for the kids? We’ve got you covered – and there are other options too. Take a look at some of our most popular searches: