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Alves Holiday Park

Campervan, motorhome and caravan holiday advice in Moray Speyside

Moray Speyside offers award-winning stretches of beautiful beaches and scenery that will make your road trip the trip of a lifetime. Moray Speyside is the ideal destination for a campervan holiday however we want you to enjoy it in the most responsible way possible.

Before you set off on your journey please make sure to brush up on the Scottish Outdoor Access Code as well as finding out how you can be as responsible and as eco-friendly as possible while you travel around Moray Speyside and any of our destinations.

Read the guidelines from CaMPA who offer helpful advice about where to stop when you are travelling in your campervan. as well as disposing of all the waste you may create whilst on a trip at one of our many sites.


Make sure to be a responsible camper

Please remember to:

  • Plan and book ahead. It’s always useful to have a plan B ready.
  • Be considerate. If you arrive somewhere and it’s fully booked, contact nearby campsites to see if they have availability. Please don’t stay overnight in an undesignated area.
  • Always take your rubbish home with you and pick up after your dog. 
  • Keep a safe distance from any land management operations.
  • Be very careful not to disturb or destroy a plant, bird, animal or geological feature.
  • Don’t damage or disturb our beautiful cultural heritage sites.
  • Be a considerate driver and learn the rules of the road before travelling.

Don’t light bonfires and take care when lighting barbeques as these can easily get out of control. Take extra care around natural hazards and ALWAYS clean up after yourself.


Findhorn Campervan Stopover Point

There is a campervan stopover point in Findhorn operated by the Findhorn Village Conservation Company which will be open from the 26th April 2021 in line with Scottish Government guidelines. 

Between the 26th April and 16th May it will be operating a first come served facility for up to 21 motorhomes, when vehicles will be able to stay for a maximum of 2 nights at a cost of £15 per night. 

There are a maximum of 21 spaces.  

Bays are clearly marked on the ground, grey gravel with white markers and are spaced in line with fire gap regulations, please do not park between the marked bays. 

A booking system will be up and running in due course which will enable visitors to a book and pay for up to 2 nights. An ANPR system will allow you to enter and leave for the duration of your booking. Payment will also be able to be made online.  

There is no waste disposal point available at present. Please ensure you have sufficient onboard capacity for your waste for the duration of your stay and dispose of waste responsibly .

The public toilets on site must not be used for motorhome waste disposal.


Forestry and Land Scotland ‘Stay the Night’ Locations

Forestry and Land Scotland (otherwise known as ‘The Forestry Commission’) are running their ‘Stay the Night’ initiative again in 2021. This scheme offers Motorhomes and campervans that are self-contained and have their own toilet facilities the ability to stay overnight at some of their car parks from 26 April – 31 October 2021.

You can stay for one night only at a time between 6pm and 10am. If you would like to visit outside these times, additional parking charges may apply. You shouldn’t return to stay the night within 48 hours.

There are three ‘Stay the Night’ sites in Moray:

More information on FLS Stay the Night scheme