Camping in Aviemore gives you a affords holidayers with a huge selection of nature’s best treats. Read more.
Our Campsite in Aviemore:
The largest National park in Britain, the Cairngorms lay claim to some impressive figures. Five of the highest mountains in the UK (and 55 reaching over 900m), some of Scotland’s oldest snow patches, an area of around twice the size of the Lake District – all have contributed to the Cairngorms shaping of the Scottish Highlands.
In the north-west of this expansive national park sits the ancient Glenmore Forest Park, and slightly further west, Aviemore. The forest park itself consists of ancient Caledonian pinewoods, and surrounds the beautiful Loch Morlich. Pinewoods border the sandy beaches here, and together they make up for a truly beautiful spot.
Aviemore plays host to thousands of outdoor holidays all year-round, with its perfect location for skiing in the winter and plethora of opportunities for walking, cycling, water sports and more outside of the snow seasons. The town offers much more than outdoor opportunities though, with a massive range of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Nearby mountain ranges include Cairngorm Mountain itself and Braeriach, part of the Grampian Mountains and the third highest in Britain.
Campsites in Aviemore
Our Glenmore campsite sits right next to the stunning Loch Morlich, and has direct access to its sandy beaches, surrounded by the majestic ancient pinewoods of the area. This places you in the perfect spot to explore Glenmore forest and its miles of walking and cycling trails.
Facilities on-site include toilets, showers, dishwashing, laundry and more, with its 206 pitches suitable for tents, caravans and motorhomes.
Things to do when camping in Aviemore
As well as the fantastic mountain ranges and Glenmore Forest Park to explore, there are plenty of activities and places to visit nearby.
- Did you know that a herd of around 150 reindeer roams freely in Cairngorms National Park? Right on the doorstep of our Glenmore campsite is the Cairngorm Reindeer Herd which you can visit on the hillside for a guided tour.
- With so much of the Scottish Highlands on your doorstep there are endless walking routes.
- Take a trip to the top of Cairngorm Mountain for fantastic views and winter sports.
- Take in the Scottish Highlands from the railways on the Strathspey Steam Railway.
- On rainy days there are still plenty of things to do.
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