** Please note - The Park will be closed for Touring Caravan and Motorhome bookings from the 31st October to 1st March 2018 **
We are members of The British Holiday & Home Parks Association and Best of British Holiday & Touring Parks.
As a family-run holiday park, we have worked hard to create a peaceful and idyllic environment.
With a layout of spacious pitches spread amongst some of the most beautiful beachfront scenery, our caravan park sits in a prime location making an ideal touring base.
Dog owners are more than welcome and will love the abundance of walks available in the area.
We are located in Monifieth (less than 5 miles from Dundee). Suitably positioned to be within 1-1.5 hours driving time of Aberdeen, Perth, Edinburgh & Glasgow. For more information on where to find us view our contact page
Please note: The caravan park does not accept tents.
36 All Hard Standing Pitches with Electricity Included
Bays 6-9 Reception area
Bays 11-19 Play area
Bays 21-29 Main Toilet Block area
Bays 31-36 Front Row Beachfront
Bays 37-41 Second Row Beachfront
Bays 42-46 Side Road Behind Beachfront
Heated Toilets & Showers recently upgraded
Laundry & Vegetable Preparation Area
Leisure Suite Inc Sauna & Gymnasium
Games Room with Pool Table
2 x Adventure Play Parks (1 on site, 1 just outside park)
Seating & Picnic Areas around the Park
Indoor Elsan/Chemical Displosal
Free WiFI Internet Access
Championship Golf Course nearby & much more..
Local Amenities 5 mins walk (Tesco, Local Bars/Restaraunts)
Rate based on 2 people with Electricity included in the price. (children under 5 & dogs go free)
|Description||Price Per Night|
|Touring Pitch - 1 Night Ony
|Touring Pitch - 2+ Nights
|Additional Adult (16+)||6.00|
|Additional Child (5-15)||3.00|
|Additional Infant (0-4)||Free|
Pitches can be accessed from 2pm on day of arrival and we ask that you arrive by 8pm. Pitches must be vacated by 12pm on day of departure.
If Caravan/Motorhome is higher than 10'6" please have a look at our contact page for additional park access information via Barry Buddon.