CaMPA is working with the following organisations to ensure information provided to the public and business members is accurate and provides the right kind of information:
Many visitors travelling around Scotland in campervans and motorhomes are unsure of the rules on where they can freedcom camp. CaMPA has therefore put together a one-page A4 leaflet which can be printed and taken with you on your travels. A copy of this leaflet should be included in all hire vehicles if the hire company is a member of CaMPA.
Check out this article on responsible freedom camping.
Remember - don't park up outside a campsite or holiday park. If there is one near-by then think about using it, alternatively move on and park somewhere else.
Find a campsite to suit your needs:
The following websites provide details of campsites and holiday parks throughout Scotland, which cater to a range of tastes.
Scottish Camping - http://www.scottishcamping.com/
Visit Scotland - http://www.visitscotland.com/accommodation/caravan-camping/
The Camping and Caravanning Club - http://www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/ukcampsites/regional-campsites/scotland-campsites/
Walk Highlands: http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/campsites.shtml
Welcome to Scotland: http://www.welcometoscotland.com/accommodation/caravans-and-camping-parks
Pitch Up - https://www.pitchup.com/
Other useful links:
Information for visiting the island of Barra: http://www.isleofbarra.com/campsitelisting.htm
Information for visiting the island of Tiree: http://www.isleoftiree.com/out-about/camping-and-campervans
The Brit Stop scheme - join for a small fee and park for free beside farms, country pubs, breweries and farm shops and make the most of what they have to offer! http://www.britstops.com/welcome.html
The John Muir Trust, a charity dedicated to protecting and enjoying Scotland's wild places: http://www.jmt.org/home.asp