Black Rock Caravan and Camping Park is situated in the beautiful area of Glen Glass, which is located in the colourful and peaceful town of Dingwall.
It is named after the Black Rock Gorge. The city of Inverness is just 15 miles to the south of the park. The park itself has been cleverly placed for everyone who visits’ convenience!
The town has a lot of Viking connections, and so people tend to visit the area to look into the history. Dingwall is known for its wide range of interesting local attractions. There are also many choices of cafes and shops that you can visit if you need a break from all the sight-seeing!
The area is easy to explore, especially as there are a lot of transport options. For example: bus, train, bike, car, etc. There are a lot of places to visit in the area, whether it is for culture, leisure, pleasure or for the delicious food & drink. You are guaranteed to be entertained no matter what you do.
There are several things to do within the park or nearby, such as: fishing, playing golf or going for walks to the Black Rock Gorge Walk.
It is such a beautiful place; it is perfect for those who want to have a tranquil and relaxing time. There is a caravan accessory shop in the park itself, and there is a local co-op shop two minutes from the park, so you will not have to travel far for supplies.
There are also facilities on-site for repairs that specialise in caravans and motorhomes, so you will not have to worry about finding someone in case of an emergency. The park also has disabled facilities, free hot showers, baby changing facilities, an Ice Pack freezer, electrical hook ups, Chemical Toilet facilities and a launderette.
In addition, the park has a local shop that is open 7 days a week and a village pub that serves amazing food, which can be found 200 yards from the park.
For individuals who do not want to travel very far, there are a few places that are close to the park or a short car ride away. These places include: Evanton Community woods, Ben Wyvis, Allness Market Town, The Fryish Monument and The Dalmore Distillery. For the people who want to go further afield and explore, there are a number of different places you can visit. These include: Glenmorangie Distillery, The Falls of Shin, Dunrobin Castle, Eilan Donan Castle and the Village of John O’Groats.
The park itself caters for static and touring caravans, there are facilities for 33 caravans. The individuals who want to use the touring services are more than welcome as there is a tent area, 33 touring pitches, an Ice Pack Freezer, electrical hook ups, pitch drainage, level pitches, hard standing pitches, aerial sockets and there is also water available on the pitches.
The park has a wide range of options for people who want to stay at the park. These include: The Family Luxury Pod, S Pod Six, The Luxury Pod, The Comfort Pod, and The Chalet. There are options for everyone no matter what your tastes and preferences. There is also a 17 bedroom Bunk House which is perfect for backpackers. It has a fully fitted kitchen, a dining area, a kitchen, a launderette and a TV! This park truly has it all, you will not be disappointed!
Meet the Team
Gary and Cathy are our resident managers who have been working on campsites since early last year and have thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and the fulfilment that you get from this type of role. So much so they were thrilled when they were successful and were offered the managerial roles at Black Rock campsite in Evanton, which is 6 and a half hours away from their family, between them they have 6 grown up children and 5 grandchildren all of which they have left behind in Lancashire to commit their time, experience and drive, to this wonderful park in an amazing part of Scotland.
“We have many ideas and bags of enthusiasm which we have brought on board to the Wyldecrest family & this fabulous park. We look forward to meeting you and please let us know if you need any help, Gary”
To book a holiday please click here >> https://www.blackrockscotland.com/booking/