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Edinburgh is a fascinating and historic city. However, you can't walk around the city without being reminded of what awaits you in your campervam or RV rental. The ancient hill Arthurs seat follows you at every turn, becoming you out to the countryside. This long-dormant volcano is just a taste of the natural beauty that awaits when you rent a campervan or RV from Edinburgh
So take in our Scotland campervan road trip , or forge your own path to discover why it's such an enduring and popular holiday destination.
Scotland is home to two astonishing national parks. Both are easily reached in your campervan or RV rental.
The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park are stunning and varied. It features a mix of lakes and mountains, an incredible coastline, and impressive wildlife, including the endangered ospreys.
The Cairngorms National Park is just as impressive. It offers a mix of walking, cycling, and snow and water sports for campervan travelers with an urge for outdoor activities. A park of this size is full of hidden gems, like the trails at Loch Einich, a boat trip on the Gaick Pass, or the chance to see some unforgettable highland cows.
If you're taking a campervan or RV rental from Edinburgh, finding a way to fit in both parks is an excellent idea. There is so much variety and activities to experience that there is something for everyone.
Edinburgh and East Lothian have excellent coastal attractions you can reach via campervan or RV rental. Portobello Beach is about a 20-minute drive in your campervan from the city, and it's a bustling and vibrant destination for kite flying, sailing, and surfing.
Silverknowes Promenade offers views of nearby Fife and another excellent windsurfing spot. Cramond Island is reachable via the mainland during low tides, and it has several WW2 area buildings that serve as a reminder of the Island's past. It's a great spot for history lovers.
Travel east from Edinburgh and you'll find the lovely seaside town of North Berwick. It has incredible beaches like Misley Bay and the spectacular West Bay Beach.
You can take your campervan or RV rental to the northeast of Scotland and explore Aberdeenshire. Balmedie Country Park has some incredible stretches of beaches with lots of sand dunes to explore. Crunden Bay is another wonderful east coast beach with stunning cliffside views.
Edinburgh has some great lakes you can explore in your campervan or RV rental. St. Margarets Lake is a short walk from Holyrood Park Road in the center of Edinburgh. The area is also home to the aforementioned Arthur's Seat, so it's ideal for doubling them up as a day trip.
Just 30 minutes from Edinburgh, in a campervan or RV rental, you can discover the stunning Loch Leven. Stepped into history, it's a beautiful place for a walk that takes in the natural beauty and wildlife. The Gladhouse Reservoir offers swimming with a stunning and unique backdrop you can't ignore.
Of course, Loch Lomond should be near the top of your list of places to visit. See why the area has inspired writers, poets, and artists down the generations. Incredible views are just a short trip away in your campervan.
If you want to travel further through Scotland, the River Tay is a great choice. It starts in west Scotland and flows east across the highlands. It's a hive of activity, including bungee jumping at Killiecrankie, whitewater rafting, and scenic walks for something less high-octane.
Campervan and RV-friendly campsites in Edinburgh fill up quickly. So ensure you book ahead to secure a place.
If you plan to visit Loch Lomond, Milarrochy Bay Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a great choice. The staff is lovely, and the facilities are excellent. Plus, there is plenty to do for the kids.
Rothiemurchus Camp & Caravan Park has spectacular surroundings and excellent facilities, which make it a must for anyone visiting Cairngorms National Park.
If you find yourself in Aberdeenshire, the Inverbervie Caravan Park is worth a look. Excellent RV campervan facilities, easy access to amenities, and a peaceful riverside location make it well worth your time.