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Static caravan holidays in Scotland


Planning a tour of the Highlands or a comfortable stint in the Lowlands? Static caravans are a great way to get out and explore Scotland – and they’re just right if you're looking for an outdoor Scottish holiday that's more weatherproof than most. From static caravans with spectacular sea views to peaceful holiday parks with lots of activities for the kids, you'll find them out there waiting for you. Read on to find out why Scotland's static caravans tick so many boxes, how to book and what you could get up to. 

Where you should stay in Scotland

  • There’s a reason why coastal caravans are among our most popular options – waking up near the beach always helps put the whole family in a holiday mood. Static caravans with easy access to sandy shores and coastal views aren’t hard to come by in Scotland, and they’re available on both the east and west coasts. Going to be spending a lot of time on the beach? Use our filters to find a site with a laundry room – it could be handy if you’re going to be washing lots of swimsuits and beach towels, especially if you’re heading to the sandy shores around Edinburgh, Aberdeen or St Andrews. 

  • Book a dog-friendly static caravan in Scotland if you don't want to put your four-legged friends in kennels without you. On the whole, Scotland is a very dog-friendly country, and your pets will definitely appreciate the chance to explore the coast and countryside along with the rest of the family. Never gone away on holiday with your pet before? Our checklist of things to pack for outdoor stays with your dog is here to help. Dogs are allowed in the grounds of many National Trust properties in Scotland – check out Culzean Castle, Fyvie Castle and Castle Fraser to get an idea of what’s on offer.

  • And don't forget the kids, who'll most likely appreciate the chance to stay at a holiday park with a play area. You don't have to make it all about them, though – Scotland's range of family-friendly caravan sites usually have plenty of variety in terms of their on-site and local leisure options so you can keep the whole gang happy. See if you can find somewhere within driving distance of Aviemore – it’s got a great range of family-friendly attractions like a theme park and zoo but is close to quieter parts of the Cairngorms National Park too.

  • There's nothing quite like staying on a proper working farm – being so close to all the sights and sounds of the countryside always makes a great change of scene, and the kids are likely to get particularly excited. Use our filters to look for caravan sites on farms in Scotland – they're all different, but they all share great scenery and instant access to the countryside, making it easy to get a healthy helping of fresh country air. 

  • On the hunt for off-season bargains? Or a chance to see Scotland in the snow? Whatever your reasons (and there are plenty of them) to go away outside the spring or summer months, we’ve got you covered with these Scottish static caravan sites that stay open all year round

What to do in Scotland

  • Whether you’re already sold on fishing or fancy trying your hand at angling for the first time, Scotland is a great place to be. Book a static caravan with an on-site fishing lake if you want to spend most of your time down by the water, or explore nearby angling spots in the surrounding area – with over 6,000 miles of coastline, more than 30,000 freshwater lochs and countless salmon and trout-rich rivers, you can be pretty sure of finding something that takes your fancy.

  • Sightseeing in Scotland is another rewarding way to spend your holiday. Booking a Scottish static caravan means you’re within easy reach of lots of top-tier attractions, including World Heritage sites in the Central Belt like the Forth Bridge, Edinburgh’s historic city centre, the Roman Antonine Wall and New Lanark (Scotland’s other World Heritage sites are located on islands like Orkney and St Kilda, making them a little trickier to reach). Explore more of Scotland’s best visitor attractions here.

  • The crowning glory of Scotland has got to be its countryside – and thanks to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, you're allowed to roam pretty much wherever you please. While it can be a real joy to meander off the beaten track, there's still a lot to be said for sticking to waymarked trails – navigation becomes a lot easier, and there are plenty of pubs and cafés along the way, particularly along the more popular routes. Some of the best long-distance options include the West Highland Way, the coast to coast John Muir Way and the coastal paths along the shores of Fife and Ayrshire – but wherever you are in the country, it's not difficult to find other walks online with route maps, photos and reviews. The best part? It’s got to be that feeling of heading home to your caravan after a long day exploring and swapping muddy boots for a pair of soft slippers

Here’s how

Each of our static caravans is different in its own way, but Pitchup makes it easy to find one with just the right features and facilities for you. 

Customise your search with the tick-box filters on this page to find the static caravan park that suits your personal needs. Select as many filters as you like and see what sites have availability for your dates using the calendar tool. 

Open to caravan holidays elsewhere? Check out what's going on in England and Wales, or browse our camping and glamping guide to find inspiration for your next holiday.

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