Aberfeldy Caravan and Camping Park is situated on the eastern approach to the town. The Aberfeldy caravan site sits by a tranquil stretch of the River Tay and commands spectacular views up and down the glen of Breadalbane. The park is flat and grassy with a main section and an extension which overlooks Aberfeldy golf course across the river. The warden, Peter Lyon, and his staff strive to ensure all visitors enjoy their stay and experience the sort of welcome only to be experienced in the Highlands.
The caravan site is ideally placed within an impressive rural setting which is part of the old Scottish district of Breadalbane. It is well known for its warm and friendly hospitality and is set adjacent to the River Tay. Aberfeldy is a vibrant highland community, central to the plethora of day-trip opportunities. Lochs Tay, Rannoch, Tummel and Earn are all within easy reach as are Glens Lyon, Quoich, Dochart, Ogle and the spectacular Sma’ Glen. Pitlochry, Crieff, Killin and Kinloch Rannoch are nearby population centres and the area is renowned for its watersports,
hillwalking, golf and fishing.
Aberfeldy has a working watermill, the enchanting Birks—a wooded walk which captured the imagination of Robert Burns—a recently extended golf course, the famous Wade’s Bridge, a nearby putting green and our own Recreation Centre and indoor opportunities. You
can eat in our local cafes or country houses or relax on our Park which consistently achieves top grading from the British Graded Holiday Parks Scheme.
High Season: June, July, August, Easter and Public Holidays
Low Season: March, April, May, September and October
Making a Booking
Booking facilities for the current season operate at Aberfeldy. Reservations can be made by telephoning: Aberfeldy - 01887 820662 or email AberfeldyCaravanPark@pkc.gov.org and should be taken up by 6.00 pm otherwise the pitch will be re-lettable.
For large group bookings contact the number above.
Customers should allow a minimum of 24 hours for advanced bookings.
Owners website: Gateway to the Scottish Highlands
Prices - 2010
High Season: June, July, August, Easter and
Low Season: March, April, May, September and