Welcome to the 2021 season.
For reservations/bookings please email
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We are awaiting government guidance as to when we can open for this season. Please keep an eye on our website for updates. Please note we an not accepting any online payments at this time because of the current uncertainties, you can email to reserve a pitch.
On arrival please note that only ONE person at a time is to enter reception, FACE MASKS MUST BE WORN and the 2m social distancing adhered to. Use the provided sanitisers.
GATES WILL BE CLOSED AT 8PM AND OPENED AT 7AM.
"Dump and fill" services available to paying overnight guests
Welcome to a family operated caravan and camping park located on the north coast of Scotland where you will find truly unique opportunities to experience Scottish history, flora and fauna. Our location is one of our major assets.
From our site on the outskirts of Thurso we overlook Thurso Bay and the Pentland Firth. Stay with us and you will have a convenient base from which to explore the further reaches of Caithness and Sutherland as well as the Orkney Isles.
Orkney is ninety minutes away via the three ferry companies based at Scrabster, Gills Bay, or John O’Groats.
Our park is located on the northwestern outskirts of Thurso. Its four-and-a-half acres contain sixty-six (63) pitches, thirty four (34) of which are hard pitches with electrical hook-ups, twelve (12) grass pitches with electrical hook-ups and 7 hard pitches with no electrical. We can accommodate approximately thirty (30) tents in four separate areas around the park.
There are male/female toilets and showers along with disabled toilet and shower. Also dishwashing and laundry facilities
Finding us is easy as we are on the A9--though it's known as Smith Terrace as it passes us. Just follow the A9 through Thurso and as you leave town and look northwards to the Orkneys you will be looking across our park.
Things to do
Wondering what to do once here? Parents and children will enjoy Thurso beach which is less than two hundred meters from our park, strolling along Victoria Walk to the mouth of the Thurso River. Further afield what you do is determined by your interests.