Dundas Castle Queensferry, South Queensferry, Scotland
Situated in South Queensferry, this eco-friendly campground is within 3 mi (5 km) of Forth Road Bridge, Forth Rail Bridge, and Port Edgar. Hopetoun House is ...
4.4/5 Wonderful! (9 reviews)
"Everything was perfect when we arrived. Although it’s a self check on I felt as though the staff were thorough in ensuring we knew how to check in to the property. There was everything we needed, it was clean, and they had left some cute little touches so we felt very welcome on arrival."
The price is $86 per night from Nov 15 to Nov 15$86
Nov 15 - Nov 16
4.5/5 Wonderful! (695 reviews)
"Everything as described in listing. It was clean. You can turn the air con off but it will still be quite cold in the room naturally. Our Chrome cast function did not work on the TV. Our hair dryer broke but they replaced it with fast. Overall it was good, would definitely stay again"
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Frequently asked questions
If you’re planning a road trip to Edinburgh, staying in an RV park is an excellent way to see the area. Visitors who want to experience the culture here won’t want to miss the historical sites and local art scene. After you’ve found your spot at the RV park in Edinburgh, check out the interesting museums and local tours for a memorable trip.
Glampotel Dundas Castle is a highly recommended RV park for your roadtrip, featuring free self parking and barbecue grills. If you are blocking off a long weekend to experience the RV lifestyle, take advantage of the fireplace and premium bedding available at this campsite. Onsite accommodations feature a kitchenette with a fridge and cookware. Charming 2 bedroom caravan 5 minutes from the beach and Beach Cabin are two other RV parks to consider.
There are 5 RV campgrounds near Edinburgh that you can book on Expedia.
If you want to find some ways to explore Edinburgh while making the most of your travel budget, this destination has lots to offer. Things to see and do during your visit include Princes Street Gardens, National Gallery of Scotland, and Scott Monument. Other places not to be missed include Princes Street, Museum on the Mound, and Assembly Rooms.
Reserving a spot in an RV park is a fun and convenient option if you’re driving to Edinburgh. This kind of accommodation offers you a large space to park your RV and spend the night where you’re often surrounded by beautiful scenery. Lots of RV parks are located close to hiking trails and lakes, which makes it easy to enjoy outdoor activities.