Camping in Angus - A List of Angus Campsites
Brechin is a former royal burgh. The town is well known for its cathedral. The cathedral has been much altered over the years but still contains medieval work from the 13th and 14th century. Brechin castle dates from the 13th century. Agriculture and forestry dominate the estate grounds and tourists can stay at lodges on the property. There is a visitors centre and museum in the grounds.
Montrose is a coastal resort and town and the northernmost coastal town in Angus. It is a commerical port for the oil and gas industry. The town has a view of a tidal lagoon, the Montrose Basin, which is an important nature reserve. The House of Dun, just outside Montrose is a National Trust for Scotland property.
Forfar is a town in the central lowlands. It is the county town of Angus. The town is home to the Forfar bridie, a meat pastie, which is popular with locals and visitors. Glamis castle in the valley of Strathmoor was the childhood home of the Queen mother. An illustration of the castle is featured on the reverse of the Bank of Scotland ten pound note. The castle and part of the grounds is open to the public.
Campsites in Angus
Alyth, Blairgowrie, PH11 8HN
Pitches: 40 | Season: March To December
Roundyhill, Forfar, DD8 1QT
Pitches: 80 | Season: Open All Year
Burnside, Forfar, DD8 2RY
Pitches: 33 | Season: 18th March To 18thnovember
Dundee Road, Arbroath, DD11 2PT
Pitches: 30 Tourer 300 Static | Season: Â£1300.00 - Â£1900
Seaton Road, Arbroath, DD11 5SE
Pitches: 75 | Season: March To October
Marine Drive, Monifieth, Angus., DD5 4GH
Pitches: 45 | Season: March through November
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