Inver Caravan Park is adjacent to the A9 just north of Dunbeath, Caithness. It is 84 miles north of Inverness, up the A9, and 4 miles south of the junction of the A9 (to Thurso) and the A99 (to Wick). It is 38 miles south of John o' Groats. It is therefore a good location from which to explore the far north, or make a stop-over on a touring holiday or a long-distance walk or cycle run.
From the South, ignore both turnings SP Dunbeath and stay on the A9 until the road SP Houstry 3. Turn left into this road, and immediately left into the Park entrance, 40 metres up the Houstry road.
From the North, pass the Laidhay Croft Museum and continue down the hill towards Dunbeath. Take the turning to the right SP Houstry 3 and then immediately left into the Park entrance.
For those with sat-navs, you may like to know that our GPS position is 58 degrees 15 minutes North, 3 degrees, 25 minutes West.
Sat-navs that work from post codes do not do a good job in finding us, as the post code is over a mile long along the main road here, so the sat-nav will try to persuade you that we are half a mile further north up the road. It is better to follow the directions given above!