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Campsite of the month: The Woods Caravan Park


The Woods Caravan Park, in Scotland's Clackmannanshire, is a beautiful campsite offers exceptional scenic views.

The site is quiet, tranquil and an ideal touring base for Stirling, the Trossachs, Perth, Loch Lomond, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

There is also plenty to do in the local area. Nearby, you'll find the beautiful Gartmore Dam Country Park and Alva Glen. There is also golf, pony trekking and a safari park all within 20 minutes, so ideal for families.

For those who enjoy walking and cycling, there is a hill walk and off-road cycle routes just five minutes away. If the weather is wet, spend some time at the Sterling Mills shopping outlet, which is only a five-minute drive away. Fishing fans will also enjoy setting up on the River Devon during summer months. Permits are available at reception.

The site is vast – approximately 14 acres – and is affiliated to the Caravan and Motorhome Club. It has a total of 112 pitches, 97 large hardstanding pitches, which accommodate caravan, awning and car, and there are 14 fully serviced pitches.

Dogs are welcome and there is an on-site small exercise area. There are two modern, heated toilet blocks, baby changing facilities, a dishwashing area, laundry and drying area, as well as seasonal pitches and also a children’s play area. There is also a small shop on site and gas is available to buy.

Fancy a pint? You're in luck – the campsite's restaurant and bar, The Woodsman, is open seven days.

Site details
The Woods Caravan Park
Diverswell Farm by Alva, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, FK10 3AN
Tel: 01259 762802
Website: thewoodscaravanpark.co.uk
Price: From £24.30
Open: All year

Campsite Facilities
Children's play area
On-site restaurant
Dog walking area
Seasonal pitches

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Picture courtesy of Visit Scotland

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