Aberdeenshire Camping and Caravanning

As the famed castle trail is rite on your doorstep - leading to your fairy tale castles like Craigievar and great historic houses like Haddo, where Prince Edward often performs in theatrical productions in the hall.

The only malt whisky trail in the world takes you into the Grampian Highlands with its beautiful rugged scenery. The Royal Deeside and the Queen's Scottish residence at Balmoral are but a short drive away, taking you through both Donside and Deeside The rivers Don and Dee give you excellent fishing opportunities.

If golf is your thing then choose from twenty five beautiful courses all within half an hours drive, and three of these are virtually on your doorstep the coastline offers glistening beaches, spectacular cliff top views and quaint fishing villages such as Pennan as seen in Local Hero.

Our local market town of Inverurie is an ideal shopping centre, with friendly people and plenty of parking places, and without the hustle and bustle of the big city.

Aberdeen itself gives you theatres, restaurants, museums, parks, nightclubs and of course, its own fantastic range of shops.



Aberdeenshire is home to Scotland’s only castle trail; a selection of 16 unique castles. Experience the romance and history of these restored family castles, ruins and stately homes, by simply following the trail. With its distinctive white on brown signs and a blue castle logo, which leads you through the heart of Aberdeenshire, it couldn't be a simpler day out.

Often referred to as Castle Country, the historic Northeast of Scotland is home to around a thousand castles or castle ruins, providing a wealth of history to explore; from gruesome tales of battles fought, to strolls through romantic family estates. Coming in all shapes and sizes, each castle holds a different story to tell.

Let your mind wander back through the centuries to imagine just what might’ve taken place where you now stand, or get lost amongst the beautiful walled gardens where, if you’re lucky, you might come across a traditional tearoom for a spot of delicious home baking.



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