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City meets country? If your idea of Perthshire perfection involves outdoor pursuits followed by a hefty dose of city shopping and sightseeing, peaceful Blairgowrie Holiday Park will hit the spot – it’s ten minutes’ walk from Perthshire’s biggest town, Blairgowrie; within a short drive of Perth and Dundee, and has fishing, golfing and walking within minutes.
It’s all rather nifty on site too: landscaped terraced gardens, heated amenities including laundry facilities, dishwashing area, loos and showers – with music piped in – and a new adventure play area with separate playground for the under-12s. Everything is kept to spotless standards by the friendly family team who’ll go out of their way to keep your holiday running shipshape, and guests are also welcome to use the lounge and indoor games room at Blairgowrie’s sister site Corriefodly Holiday Park, ten minutes’ drive away.
Your tent, tourer or motorhome is welcome at Blairgowrie for a nightly stopover, holiday or whole summer season; pitches are numbered and come with 10-amp electric hook-up. If you want to leave the car behind, a local bus to Blairgowrie stops outside the holiday park.
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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
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
- Coach stations
Birnham: Hotel (for Dunkeld) Coach Stop — 9.7 miles
9.7 miles Kindallachan (Perth & Kinross): Layby Bus Stop — 11.8 miles
11.8 miles Luncarty (Perth & Kinross): Bus Bay on A9 — 12.1 miles
- Train stations
Dunkeld & Birnam Rail Station — 9.7 miles
9.7 miles Invergowrie Rail Station — 14.5 miles
14.5 miles Perth Rail Station — 14.9 miles
- Ferry ports
Lochleven Castle Ferry Landing — 27.7 miles
27.7 miles Kinross Ferry Landing — 27.7 miles
Dundee City Airport — 15.8 miles
Follow the A93 from Perth passing Scone Palace on your left; keep on this road for approximately 15 miles until you reach the town of Blairgowrie.
On entering Blairgowrie keep on the road through the town. At the traffic lights turn left and go over the bridge of the River Ericht.
At the top of the rise turn left, following the signs which continue on the A93 Braemar / Glenshee road. Approximately one mile along the road, take a right turn (signposted to the holiday park).
After approximately 400 yards along this road you will come to the park entrance on your left.
The brown and white International Caravan and Camping signs are clearly visible at the sides of the road through the town directing you to our park.
Perthshire is pretty perfect: ‘Big Tree Country’ has ancient forests and woodlands, the tallest hedge in the world and waterfalls that inspired Robbie Burns. There’s also gliding at Glenshee, whisky distilleries, mountains and lochs to meander around, red deer and squirrels to spot, old castles to see and salmon to land…and then Perth or Dundee to get citified in. Better book for a couple of weeks.
In Blairgowrie and the surrounding area there are championship golf courses within five miles: Alyth, Glenisla and Strathmore as well as the famed Rosemount & Lansdowne courses at Blairgowrie Golf Club, voted among the top hundred courses in the world. St Andrews is 45 minutes’ drive away.
Blairgowrie also has the River Ericht flowing through the town for salmon and trout fishing, or cast off for the same on the River Ardle at Blairgowrie’s sister site Corriefodly or the Isle and Blackwater rivers. There are several hill lochs in the Glen Shee area yielding brown trout, with boat and rod hire available. Fishing permits are available in Blairgowrie town centre; ask the park staff to point you in the right direction.
Walks in the area include the Cateran Trail, a 64-mile circular route from Blairgowrie through the Perthshire and Angus glens, with a mini trail option if you don’t fancy the full five days of hikes. Perthshire forest walks are pretty special, especially in autumn: take your feet and your camera to the beech and oak trees of Lady Mary’s Walk along the banks of the River Earn; wander among Craigvinean, the oldest managed forest in Scotland and take a look around the wild tree garden on the Atholl Estate, where’ll you’ll see a somewhat enormous Douglas fir.
From December to April, skiing and snowboarding are on schedule if you want it at the 20 lifts and 36 runs of Scotland’s biggest ski centre Glenshee, a 40 minute drive from Blairgowrie Holiday Park. The centre has equipment for sale and hire, and there’s a snowsports school for all abilities.
- Glamis Castle (12.7 miles)
- Scone Palace (12.8 miles)
- Caithness Glass Factory and Visitor Centre (13.1 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.