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Grab yourself a boy’s - or girl’s - own adventure at East Grange Wigwams in Moray, where you can rollick around the Scottish countryside on quad bikes and dirt karts, or play cowboys and Indians with some archery and shooting practice, before rustling up a ribsticking feast on the campfire and bedding down for the night in your very own wigwam. Huzzah!

There’s a swashbuckling selection of activities on offer: you could come home boasting that you’ve braved Scotland’s longest zip wire, conquered the nearby whitewater rapids, or even walked on water (no-one needs know that it was in an inflatable ball...). There’s also trout fishing, laser tag and more.

If your companions have had enough of your campfire croonings, round them up for a night of fun at the site’s Loft Bar and Bistro - it’s one of the best venues for live acts in the region, graced by the likes of Paolo Nutini, Idlewild and the Saw Doctors, as well as several top names in stand-up comedy. The downstairs bistro does scrummy traditional Scottish farmhouse grub, washed down with award-winning wines and local ale - and we’re told that the Sunday lunch is to die for.

Camping is in the middle of a newly created five-acre plantation of tradition Scottish woodland, and camping pitches include access to a communal bothy (a fully-equipped cooking and dining area). Please note it's a 300m walk to the facilities from the camping area.

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Noise levels after 10.30pm should be kept reasonably low: there are other people on the site that may want to get to sleep.

There are kitchen and toilet facilities on the site - please treat these both with respect.

Please keep dogs on leads at all times and keep an eye on your children.

Please keep children from climbing on farm machinery, as this can be very dangerous.

Please note the facilities are located approximately 300m from the camping field.