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While wild camping is permitted in Scotland we’re not at that stage yet (maybe one day!) So the alternative is finding a managed campsite that meets all of our needs.
We’ve discovered some great resources to help us find our perfect pitch in Scotland, throughout the rest of the UK and Europe. Everyone’s needs are different, and these websites allow you to search for your requirements as well as by location. So you can search for sites that allow campfires, allow pets or have power hookups, for example. These websites also have reviews from other campers, which are useful in helping you find your ideal campsite.
We’ve recently purchased the book Wild Guide Scotland which provides plenty of inspiration and information for future trips.
- Kimberley Grant, Richard Gaston, David Cooper
- Publisher: Wild Things Publishing Ltd
- Paperback: 304 pages
A great book, if you’re looking for child-friendly campsites, is Cool Camping Kids. As well as being a directory of fabulous places to camp, there are also sections on camping food, games, and favourite family festivals.
- Publisher: Punk Publishing Ltd
- Edition no. 0 (05/01/2017)
- Paperback: 288 pages
Wild camper or not, if you’re in Scotland it is essential to be aware of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code when spending any time outdoors.
What are your favourite resources for finding campsites?
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