Camping, glamping and caravanning around Inverness

Scotland is a place of true natural beauty. So, what better way to experience Inverness and Loch Ness than with a camping holiday in the great outdoors! With many campsites and caravan parks to choose from, you’ll find the perfect place to pitch up.

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Why go camping, glamping or caravanning?

Pitch a tent, stay in a glamping pod, bring your own caravan or hire one. How ever you choose to do it, camping is a fun and affordable way to travel. Suited to active holidaymakers who love nature and the outdoors and wonderful for families. Kids love camping, it’s a real adventure!

Campsites and caravan parks

Campsites and caravan parks near Inverness make camping very easy. They have great facilities, including electric hook-ups, showers and toilets, play parks and places to eat and drink. If you don’t have your own tent or caravan, many sites hire out accommodation, such as glamping pods and static caravans. So whether you’re a seasoned camper or a newbie, you’ll have everything you need to enjoy a pleasant stay.

Wild camping

Those looking for peace and quiet in the Scottish Highlands may prefer wild camping. This takes you out of the campsite and into the wilderness. Where you can get back to basics, close to nature and under the stars.

Scotland is the only part of the UK that allows camping on most open land. There are a few exceptions, however, so always check you have permission before pitching up. And always be respectful, leaving a place as you found it and taking your rubbish away with you. Follow the Scottish Outdoors Access Code at all times.

More Inverness accommodation ideas

For more accommodation in and around Inverness, take a look at our hotel, bed and breakfast, self-catering, and boating options.

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