Campsites in Scotland
Campsites in Scotland are plentiful and range from the fully kitted out hyper-modern sites to literal wild camping sites. Most Scottish campsites have at least basic facilities as the country is a much loved destination for adventurers and tourers from across the UK and beyond.
Drumroamin Farm Caravan & Camping Site is located near the expansive woodlands of Galloway forest park. The site is a favourite of those touring the area as it has excellent facilities and good access to the surrounding areas of interest. It can also be one of your first stops as you head further north!
It is also good to know that wild camping is allowed in Scotland. So if you see a nice stop in nature, don’t hesitate to make it your home for the night. Take the opportunity to be one with nature and sleep under the stars or enjoy time with family or friends around a campfire.
Things to do in Scotland
Of the many things to do in Scotland, the experience of having the freedom to roam the Highlands in a motorhome and even undertake the NC500 is surely one of the most memorable. Motorhome hire in Scotland affords you a totally new perspective, freeing you from tight schedules and immersing you in the spectacular scenery.
The Highlands evokes the idea of Scotland everyone has in their imagination. An amazing blend of culture, history, architecture and unparalleled scenery. With it's rugged landscapes, breathtaking lochs and quaint villages, it is hard not to fall in love with this country when visiting. There is plenty to do and discover here for the adventurous. Visiting Scotland is the ideal way to unwind and get away from the usual clutter of life, with countless hikes and walks to do around the lochs heather moors and headlands of this rugged landscape! You can get lost (not literally of course) as you journey through the beautiful Highlands and at the same time experience the jaw-dropping scenery.
Events in Scotland
There are plenty of events in Scotland. Have you ever wondered what a more regional take on the Olympics would be like? If so, you should definitely check out the Highland games. The games are full of traditional athletics, With some very classic events like tug-o-war, track and field events and the quintessentially Scottish caber toss. Add to these even more fun events like Highland dance competitions and piping all set typically in beautiful rural Scotland, you’d be a fool to miss out on the fun! Given that there are 80 across scotland beginning in May and carrying on right through to September, simply do some research to find one near you when you are on your road trip! If you are looking for a more urban event, there are always fantastic events in Edinburgh with the Edinburgh Festival in August and the Christmas Markets being two highlights.