Wild camp in Scotland with your campervan

 

Edinburgh: Under two hours drive North of Newcastle lies historic Edinburgh. Stroll up the Royal Mile which links The Palace Of Holyroodhouse with Edinburgh Castle perched above the city. Sample a dram or sip a pint with the locals.

Stirling: Cross the border and head to Stirling, the gateway to the highlands.  The old town is like a walk through history and Stirling castle was home to Mary Queen of Scots.  You can also visit the William Wallace Monument (Braveheart) and see the sword he swung in battle.

Loch Lomond: Scotland’s largest loch is well loved by hikers, water sports enthusiasts and families.  To the east is Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, which is the 3rd largest in Great Britain. There are some areas where wild camping is not allowed, but there are seven official campsites to choose from.

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