Culloden Moor Caravan Club Site (REF : CUL)

Newlands, Culloden Moor, Inverness, Highlands, IV2 5EF, Scotland

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Gently sloping to face a glorious, unspoilt view over the Nairn Valley, Culloden Moor Club Site has the asset of being sheltered on one side by an abundant belt of mature trees to afford extra privacy and wind protection. The caravan site is only about 1.5 miles from the famous Culloden Battlefield, where Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated and Scottish history was rewritten. 

Culloden Moor Club Site is also just six miles from the pretty city of Inverness - not only does it have more than enough choice for shopping treats and places to eat or drink, it is also centrally situated for touring some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland. Beautiful must-see locations include Loch Ness, Black Isle, Moray Coast and the Whisky Trails in the Spey Valley. The caravan park also puts you within easy reach of Glen Affric for unforgettably scenic walks - you'll see its magnificent landscapes best on foot and maybe even spot some deer. With forest walks, this site is ideally located for dog owners.

Things to do on site ...

  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: poor

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Walking notes:

Discover dunes, pools and shoreline at Culbin Forest.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:

The nearest are Tesco and Aldi at Inshes 5 miles. Morrisons, Lidl and Asda can be found in Inverness. All are accessible for motorhomes.

Great savings on days out

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Directions

From southbound on the A9: take the exit signposted Hilton/ Culduthel/ Inshes Retail Park. At the roundabout (Inshes Retail Park) take 1st exit signposted Culloden Moor, Croy B9006. Follow B9006, 1.5 miles past Culloden Battlefield, through Newlands. The site is on the left on the main road. From North on A9: 1.75 miles after crossing Kessock Bridge, exit left onto slip road signposted B9006 Culloden/Croy. In 200m at T-junction turn right onto B9006. Follow B9006, 1.5 miles past Culloden Battlefield, through Newlands, site is on left on main road. From East on the A96 join the A9 south then take the first exit signposted Culloden and then follow above instructions from the north.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
IV2 5EF
GPS:
Lat 57.48601 / Lon -4.05748
Plan a route to this site
OS field ref:
NH769459
OS map ref:
27
Handbook map ref:
E17

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Inverness
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile

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A really nice site, great dog walk in the woods

On a tour of Scotland we, decided on the shores of Loch Ness that instead of heading to John o'Grotts we'd have a day around Inverness, so jumped on the app (at 3pm!) and booked, then while on route decided to stay 2 nights so as to give us a full day... The warden couldn't have been nicer when I asked if we could stay 2 nights, no fuss, no sucking in of teeth, a wonderful helpful yes that no problem at all :) Next to the site is a forest with a wonderful walk to take the dogs on and just 2 minutes away is a bus stop to take you into Inverness so that you can leave your vehicle behind and roam without a care in the world. Highly recommend this site as a way point on your travel of Scotland

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Lovely site

We stayed 2 nights on this site in our motorhome. On our one full day we caught the number 5 bus, with the bus stop just up the road from the site, to Inverness. These run hourly and cost £4.30 each return journey. It took about 1/2 hour to get to centre of the city. We spent half a day in Inverness walking by the riverside, went to the castle but only the tower is open to the public at £5 each and had lunch at one of the many eateries. We caught the number 5 bus outside Morrison’s stopping off at Culloden battlefield. This is a National Trust site but if not a member it is £12 each entrance fee. There is a visitor exhibition centre and we took the tour of the battlefield for an extra £2 each. All very informative. There is a gift shop and cafe too. If you like history it is a good half day trip. You can then walk back to the site via the footpath (don’t walk on the busy roadside) all the way back to site which is about a mile away. It’s a good site if you have a car but you have to be prepared to bus/walk quite a bit if no car.
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Great Site

We stayed at this site for two nights on our way up North to Brora. Great site. Typical, spot on facilities that you would expect from Club sites. There is a great dog walk in the woods behind. Slightly sloping site but had no bother levelling our caravan. There in August and no midges! We came to go to the battlefield. Fantastic Visitor Centre. You could spend ours in there. We walked there from the campsite. All be it it’s along the road but not a bad walk.
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Had 2 nights at this site staff very friendly site lovely and quiet plenty to do nearby

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Beautiful

First time here and what a relaxing and peaceful place this is. The pitches are deceiving as their not level, but once the rain comes you can understand why so leveling blocks needed!!! There is a sharp turn on to the higher numbered pitches, which is tight with a twin axle caravan but it's fine. Shower block is a little tried but hey, your only using the shower, and was clean and tidy. We used the washing up station which was always clean and tidy, Washing umm £5.00 for a wash and spin, I think that is a little expensive and the £1.00 per 15 minutes for drying, so this can be expensive. Dog walking is in the woods, but if your dog likes a run, you have no chance, unless you go to the beach. For us personally a dog washing area is needed as when you come from the beach or woods your dog does need a wash down. Linda & Keith were very accommodating and helpful nothing too much trouble, there are lovely flowers at the entrance of the site and dotted all over when you drive around. Nairn beach and harbour is about a 15 minute drive away, all free parking and the beach is breathtaking and clean, dogs are allowed on. Inverness is were you'll fine Asda, Tescos and Aldi for your food shop, Loch Ness is half an hour away but this is a peddled beach with a dog friendly pub Dores Inn. Fantastic food and a nice pint. Culloden Battlefield field is 10 mins away and worth the visit £11.00 if you want to go and have a look inside. However the gift shops and cafe and the site its self is free and dogs are allowed around the grounds. This site is great for site sightseeing and a base for the 500 coastline of the highlands. Would we return ???? Yes is the answer.
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