Here are some sites that we find useful when trip planning some awesome adventures in one of our Campervans
Visit Scotland is the 'go to' Scottish website, whether you live here or are visiting from afar. Here you will find details on destinations, events, holidays and travelling.
Great site if you are going to do the NC500 in a Campervan soon. Travel tips on this area including Black Isle, Easter and Wester Ross, Caithness, Inverness-shire and Sutherland.
To browse, view and review all the campsites and caravan parks, that accept tents, campervans and caravans in Scotland. Great online map tool.
We would recommend staying overnight at campsites, as wild camping in Scotland doesn't apply to motorised vehicles. However if you would like to park up for a cuppa then this site is quite useful and there is information about waste disposal on here too.
We are very lucky that our base is so close to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. It is so very beautiful there, Loch Katrine, Rowardenan and Milarrochy are all firm favourites. To protect the nature of this area there are camping permits (which are very cheap) that you have to book in advance.
Traveler reviews from across the world, great app to download before setting off on your travels. Please check out our reviews.
As part of the Camping and Caravanning Clubs Motorhome Hire Scheme you have access to over 110 participating campsites, at discounted rates, throughout the duration of your hire period*
Adventures around Scotland is a super website for helping with trip planning, most specifically helping you find those lesser known hidden gems around the country. Think south of Skye instead of the more touristy north. It covers practical information if you are travelling from further afield, like climate, money and tipping, midges and healthcare.
We use this all the time. It's not just for walking in the Highlands, you can search the Islands and The Lowlands (like Fife and Stirling, Edinburgh and Lothian, Glasgow and Ayrshire, Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders). The boot guide gives you an indication of the difficulty rating, so I'll take my five year old on a one or a two boot route, and I know a four is a little out of my league at the moment. If you hover over the map it brings up all the options in the area, then you can sort them by time or length and I like the bog factor rating for checking what footwear to use.