If you love scenery that makes you catch your breath and have a wild sense of adventure (or a taste for single malt whisky), Scotland's wealth of static caravan sites must be explored.

A big space... almost to yourself

The big country north of the border makes up just 60% of the size of England's land area, and has up to 10% of England’s population. Wide-open spaces are everywhere. The mountains are higher, the lochs are longer, the views are more spectacular, and the pipes are calling.

Loch Lomond, the Trossachs, Argyle and Bute are surprisingly close to Glasgow. The Kingdom of Fife offers miles of sandy beaches and a wealth of championship golf courses around St Andrews. Take the high road towards the Highlands, and you'll find fabulous static caravan sites on the Angus coast, amid the Cairngorms and as far north as Sutherland.

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Scotland Hotspots

There's a lot of Scotland to go around, and you're never far from a holiday park with an unforgettable location. From Galloway across the Borderlands to the seaside resorts around Edinburgh, the south of Scotland has a distinctive appeal.

Our Scotland caravan park hotspots list some of the most popular destinations for staycations in the lochs, glens, Highlands and islands. Click a link for more info.

Switch sides and the west coast offers unforgettable views across the sea to the Western Isles. Wherever you go, the castles and historic houses are almost as numerous as the holiday parks.