Visiting Scotland is extremely popular, offering a trip which is full of action-packed fun amongst one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes.

Not only is Scotland full of spectacular views and scenery but it also boasts famous buildings and castles such as Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle. 

Park Resorts have two gorgeous Holiday Parks in Scotland, Eyemouth Holiday Park and Sandylands Holiday Park. Both have fun filled activities on site and offer guidance to visitors looking for exciting excursions and attractions in the surrounding areas.
 
Sandylands Holiday Park in Scotland has a great range of new and used static caravans for visitors to enjoy and caravans available at Sandylands can suit all budgets. The local area, of course, has plenty to discover alongside all of the exciting things to do on site.

The range of facilities is what attracts so many Brits to visit Scotland as a holiday destination. Whether for a family holiday or a holiday get away, caravan parks are often one of the preferred forms of accommodation as they offer ultimate freedom and variety.

Facilities and entertainment at these parks are usually included in your overall holiday fee. Despite this, the holidays remain largely inexpensive, especially when compared to other forms of holiday – making them great value for money.

On top of all the great facilities included in your stay, beaches and other notable landscapes are often just a few minutes away. Whether it is family beach games, having a dip in the sea, long walks or building sand castles that you are interested in, having a beach so local can provide heaps of entertainment and enjoyment for families.

For people who love to explore, Scotland is the perfect destination. Home to spectacular castles, there is much more to Scotland than you ever imagined and some great places to visit include:

• Culzean Castle 

This 18th century castle stands on the edge of the cliff, which overlooks the Isle of Arran, which is within 500 acres of Country Park and gardens. The castle has a swan pond to walk around, a walled garden and camellia house.

• Cycling 

There are forest and mountain trails very close to Sandylands to suit all abilities, from simple leisurely trails to more complex off-trailing routes for the thrill seekers.

• Goat fell  

In Arran you can climb Goat Fell for breath-taking views of the Ayrshire coast. The peak is the highest in Arran and displays views to Ben Lomond, Jura and the coast of Ireland.

• Glasgow

Home to the second largest shopping centre in the UK, Glasgow is a great place to visit. It also has smaller shops and outdoor markets which make a trip here even more worthwhile.

Visiting Scotland is ideal for those after a trip full of adventure and excitement. Staying in a holiday park gives any visitor the ideal chance to relax in the comfort of their own caravan but also allows the rest of Scotland to be explored during their visit.