Inver Caravan Park is a small, friendly site that is listed with the Camping and Caravan Club.
It has hard standings and smooth grassy tent pitches of around 100m2 - big enough for the largest tent, or for sharing by several small tents. We welcome everyone, from caravans and huge motorhomes to do-it-yourself campervans and single person tents.
It is an excellent location from which to explore the far North Highlands, or visit Orkney, or as a stop-over on the Lands' End - John o' Groats walk/cycle run. It's great, too, for simply relaxing and enjoying the peace and quiet and the beautiful views over Dunbeath Bay and the Moray Firth, or the bird and wild-life to be seen on site, up the Dunbeath Strath or out to sea. Deer, otters, puffins, curlews, dolphins and whales can all be seen nearby if you have luck and patience!
Come here to climb cliffs and sea-stacks, or our local mountains 'Morven' and 'Scaraben', or visit the local archaeology or the Castle of Mey. The site is within easy walking distance of the local shop and pub/restaurant, and also the beach and children's play park.
Our holiday caravan is available for lets December - October.
Convenient location close to the A9.
Very clean and friendly.
View from Park entrance
View over Dunbeath Bay
Sunset over Park
View over Moray Firth
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: chemical toilet disposal facilities, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, internet access
Pets are welcome.
Inver Caravan Park is just north of Dunbeath, Caithness. From the A9, take the road signposted 'Houstry 3' and the Park entrance is immediately on the left, 40 metres up the road. The citylink bus from Inverness will stop outside if you ask.