Just a ‘stone’s throw’ from the campsite you’ll find the infamous whisky distilleries of Speyside that draw upon ancient springs to create the national drink. Set on a gentle, south facing slope, the campsite is sheltered with trees, providing shade but also preserving its open feel.
The campsite enjoys a rural position between the fabulous Moray coast and the Cairngorms mountain range. Set on a gentle south-facing slope and surrounded by trees, Speyside campsite will appeal to those looking for a peaceful and relaxing base for their exploration of the area.
Views extend over the surrounding countryside and trees and hedges dot the site giving some areas a more secluded feel. Facilities include a laundry, children’s play area and a dog walk.
If you enjoy a wee dram of Scotland’s famous tipple, you’re in luck. The area surrounding the campsite boasts some 50 whisky distilleries, including the world-famous Macallan Distillery. Most offer tours and there are whisky festivals in May and September.
For walkers, the 84-mile Speyside Way connects the moray coast with the Grampian Mountains and passes close to the campsite.
As well as being handy for the coast of Moray Firth, Elgin, Buckie, Forres, Nairn, Fochabers and Spey bay are all within easy reach. At Spey Bay you’ll find the Scottish Dolphin Centre where you can enjoy dolphin spotting or take a walk along the mouth of the River Spey.
The park is due to re-open from Monday 26th April 2021.
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