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Sudden passing of our warden, Linda Pirie

The Board of Directors of Turriff Caravan Park are sad to announce the sudden and untimely death of our Warden, Linda Pirie, and offer our sincere condolences to her husband and family, and all who knew her.

The Board will assume the running of the Caravan Park in the interim, until a new Warden is appointed, and would like to assure current and future customers that we will do everything possible to ensure the continued smooth running of the Park.

One static site currently available

Placement of caravan at owner's cost in accordance with site rules and conditions. Maximum size that can be accommodated is 36ft x 12ft. For further information please contact Rose Logan at rlogan.tcpl@gmail.com.

2018 SEASON

23rd March - 29th October

Opening Hours

Low Season (March - June and Sept - Oct) 9.30am - 12.30pm and 4.00 - 6.00pm

High Season (July and August) 9.30am - 1.30pm and 4.00pm - 6.00pm

Visitors arriving outwith these hours should notify the warden/office in advance if possible (Tel: 01888 562205)

Please note, the flying of drones anywhere within the caravan park grounds is strictly prohibited.

Find Us On

Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Holiday Parkvisit Scotland

  • Caravan Park 1
  • Fyvie Castle
  • Boating Lake
  • Caravan Park 2

Welcome To Turriff Caravan Park

Turriff Caravan Park is Community run enterprise located in the beautiful North East of Scotland, in an area with a tremendous amount to offer.

Boasting a wide range of activities including walking, cycling, historical interest, castles, whisky, winter skiing, fishing, shooting and horse riding you are bound to find something to suit your tastes.

Located only 15 minutes drive from the coast and an hour from the high mountains of the Cairngorm National Park, Turriff Caravan Park is an ideal base to spend a relaxing or active holiday for all ages and caters for static caravans, touring caravans/motorhomes and tents.

The site also has the major benefit of being located on the 'dry' side of Scotland, at least as far as the weather goes, with only around 25" of annual rainfall and longer, sunnier and drier days than most other parts of the UK.

We have also recently invested in a brand new system which should enable all visitors to the Park to access and use their mobiles, laptops, tablets etc, for day-to-day communications easily and free of charge.