Posted on Leave a comment

Motorhome Touring Scotland

Motorhome Touring Scotland

Motorhome Touring Scotland Face Book Group

The benefits of the Motorhome Touring Scotland Facebook Group for motorhome escapes in Scotland and the North Coast 500 (NC500). Let’s dive in!

Motorhome Touring Scotland Stickers

Motorhome Escapes Scotland with ‘Motorhome Touring Scotland’

Are you a motorhome, campervan, or caravan enthusiast? Do you dream of exploring the stunning landscapes of Scotland? Look no further! The Motorhome Touring Scotland Facebook Group is your gateway to unforgettable adventures. With over 23,000 members, this vibrant community offers a wealth of benefits for touring Scotland and experiencing the iconic NC500.

Motorhome Touring Scotland

Motorhome Touring Scotland sites Google Maps
Members Google maps – Sites and Park ups

1. Insider Tips and Advice

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a newbie embarking on a Scottish road trip, this group is the perfect place to share your experiences, seek advice, and connect with like-minded individuals. Here’s what you can expect:

Motorhome Touring Scotland

Favorite Routes: Members freely share their favorite routes, scenic drives, and hidden gems. Discover lesser-known trails and off-the-beaten-path spots that only locals know about.
Campsites and Stays: Need recommendations for campsites? Looking for cozy spots to park your motorhome? The group provides firsthand insights into the best places to stay, complete with stunning views and convenient facilities.
Travel Hacks: From packing essentials to navigation tricks, fellow travelers share their tips and tricks. Whether it’s finding the best wild camping spots or dealing with inclement weather, you’ll find valuable advice here.

2. Community Bonding

The camaraderie within the Motorhome Touring Scotland community is heartwarming. Connect with fellow adventurers who share your passion for exploration. Swap stories around the virtual campfire, exchange travel anecdotes, and forge lasting friendships.

Motorhome Touring Scotland Member photos
Member Photos

3. Scenic Routes: NC500 and Beyond

North Coast 500 (NC500)

Distance: A 500-mile circular route that winds through the Scottish Highlands, hugging the rugged coastline.
Highlights:
Inverness: Explore this vibrant city known for its history, culture, and scenic beauty.
John o’ Groats: Stand at the northeastern tip of Scotland, gazing across the Pentland Firth toward the Orkney Islands.
Dunrobin Castle: Marvel at this grand castle near Golspie, surrounded by lush gardens and hosting falconry displays.
Smoo Cave: Venture into this dramatic sea cave near Durness, where an underground waterfall awaits.
Ullapool: Discover the picturesque fishing village on Loch Broom, with its charming harbor and seafood restaurants.

North East 250

East Coast Scotland Beaches: East Coast Scotland, and the North East 250 explores everything for which Scotland is famous in a unique Scottish road trip taking you through the whisky distilleries of Speyside, the spectacular mountain passes of the Cairngorms National Park, the famous castles of Royal Deeside, the Granite City of Aberdeen, the rugged North Sea coastline to the east, and the picturesque seaside villages of the Moray Firth Coast. The Fraseburgh coast is well known for sightings of dolphins in Scotland along with whales, Orca and seals.

Distance:  250 miles of stunning Scottish Countryside
Highlights:
Aberdeen: Famous for its sparkling, granite buildings and monuments, the central beach, dolphins and the warming tones of ‘Doric’, the local Scots dialect you’ll hear in the streets.
Ballindalloch Single Malt Distillery: Age old traditions and craftsmanship produce one of Scotland’s most exclusive whiskies
Speyside: Even in the depths of winter, where days are short and the weather makes you long for a warm fire and a smooth dram, there is breathtaking beauty.
Cairngorms Braemar Castle: Built in 1628 by the 2nd Earl of Mar, this Highland hunting lodge reflects Scotland’s national story.
Royal Deeside Balmoral: Balmoral Castle has been the Scottish home of the Royal Family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852

South West Coastal 300

Distance: A 300-mile circular route along the Dumfries & Galloway coast and southern Ayrshire.
Highlights:
Galloway Forest Park: Immerse yourself in vast forests, scenic drives, and stargazing opportunities.
Mull of Galloway: Stand atop this rugged peninsula, taking in panoramic views of the Irish Sea and Inner Hebrides.
Whithorn Priory: Explore the ancient monastery ruins dating back to the 12th century.
Portpatrick: Wander through this charming coastal village with its cliffs, lighthouse, and sandy beaches.
Culzean Castle: Admire the grand castle perched on a cliff, overlooking the Firth of Clyde.

Remember, the best time to explore these routes is during the autumn months, when the landscapes come alive with vibrant colors and even snow-capped mountains.Join the “Motorhome Touring Scotland” Facebook Group, share your experiences, and embark on unforgettable journeys across Scotland. Happy travels!

To join the Motorhome Touring Scotland Facebook Group, follow these steps:

If you have a Facebook Account then click this link and join us! https://www.facebook.com/groups/motorhometouringscotland
otherwise continue readin to join.

Log in to Facebook: If you don’t already have a Facebook account, sign up for one. You’ll need an account to join the group.
Search for the Group: Go to the Facebook search bar and type in “Motorhome Touring Scotland.” You should see the group in the search results. Alternatively, you can directly visit the group page by clicking here.
Request to Join: Click on the group name to access the group page. Once there, click the “Join Group” button. An admin will review your request, and once approved, you’ll become a member of the community.
Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a newbie to Scottish road trips, this group is the perfect place to share your experiences, ask for advice, and connect with like-minded individuals. Feel free to share your favorite routes, campsites, hidden gems, and any tips or tricks you’ve picked up along the way. Happy touring!

Group Stickers  (donation to the charity Race Against Dementia) https://johnnysbackyard.co.uk/MTSstickerpackRace Against Dementia

Motorhome Touring Scotland Stickers

Motorhome Routes Scotland
Campervan Adventures
Scenic Drives
Hidden Gems Scotland
Wild Camping Spots
NC500 Travel Tips
Motorhome Community
Scotland Road Trips