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Warm Welcome for Everyone
So who stays here?
What can you see?
What does it cost?


We are licensed for 15 pitches, and have 10 hard standings and plenty of smooth grass for tents and for caravanners who prefer to park on grass.  We have some surrounding trees for shelter, 14 electric hook-ups, mains water, recycling facilities and a dump station for disposal of grey water and chemical toilet disposal.  The roads in the caravan park are tarred and gritted, and therefore not muddy, whatever the weather or season.
In spring 2011 we  completed a major extension and upgrading of our Facilities Block, which now has double glazing, lots of insulation, underfloor heating throughout, and the whole building is tiled from floor to ceiling.  We have 3 private unisex shower rooms with excellent power showers and automatic hand driers.  One is very suitable for disabled visitors. In 2017 the showers were further upgraded with new wetwall and new shower trays. There is a hair drier and shaver points in the hall of the shower area.  There is also a separate WC. 

In our separate kitchen/ laundry area we  have a washing machine, a sink for hand washing clothes and an iron and ironing table.   We do not have a tumble drier, preferring to encourage people to dry clothes on the washing line to make use of the plentiful wind!  However, we also have pulleys in our boiler room where clothes are guaranteed to dry overnight when this is necessary.  For dish washing we have a double sink and drainer and plenty of work surface to put dishes on.   

We also have FREE WIFI for those who cannot be off-line for long - browse the internet or catch up on your emails from the comfort of your motor home or caravan! The key is on a notice in the kitchen area.

In the Locality

Inver Caravan Park is a few minutes walk from the SPAR shop, and from the Bay Owl Restaurant /pub.  The local beach, children's play park and tennis court are also nearby, as are the excellent Dunbeath Heritage Centre and the Laidhay Croft Museum and Tearoom.  Within easy reach are lovely walks up the Dunbeath Strath, and also a good vantage point from which to view puffins.

This is also an excellent place to stay while walking the John o' Groats trail from Inverness to John o' Groats, which in this area is a clifftop and rather undefined pathway which is in the process of being upgraded with more signs. It is easier to follow earlier in the season before the vegetation makes it hard to see.