Findochty Caravan Park is a small, family run site located on the shores of the Moray Firth with wonderful views over the sea.
Those who visit the park say that the stress free atmosphere makes this the ideal holiday spot. The holidaymaker does not have to walk far to appreciate the natural beauty of the locality.
Adjacent to the caravan park is our local pub, which provides meals, a friendly atmosphere and occasional live entertainment to the local and visitor alike.
There are 30 touring pitches, 20 of which have hookups. Caravans, Motorhomes and Tents are all welcome, including pets. The amenity block has toilets and showers and also contains laundry facilities and dishwashing areas. The park is open from 1st March to 31st October. There are special discounts for Senior Citizens during the off peak periods. Caravan rallies are most welcome in the off peak periods. Booking advised.
Adjacent to the park's eastern boundary sits the picturesque harbour surrounded by clusters of houses brightly painted in a style unique to the area. Findochty was originally a busy fishing port, but nowadays the harbour and its pontoon jetties accommodate more than a hundred pleasure boats and small fishing craft.
The area is now widely recognised for the regular sightings of dolphins and porpoise, which seem to traverse the coast daily, as well as the abundance of varied bird life.
A few steps to the west one finds coastal and clifftop walks.
To the south lies our local bowling green where all are made very welcome. Overlooking the park is Strathlene Golf Course, a popular getaway for regular and occasional visitors. You'll find lots to see and do here, or if you want you can just sit in contemplation looking northward onto the rocky outcrops and ever changing sea with the famous Moray Firth sunsets.
Rates: From £22.50 in low season to high season £24.