Camping in Fife - A List of Fife Campsites
Dunfermline is a large town in Fife and the former capital of Scotland. The ruins of Dunfermline palace are an important tourist attraction. All that remains of the palace today is the kitchen and the impressive south wall. Falkland palace has been a royal palace since the days of the Stewarts. Mary Queen of Scots was a frequent visitor here enjoying the peace away from the politics of Edinburgh. The Royal burgh of Falkland became Scotland\'s first conservation village. It includes a thatched building dating back to the 1600\'s. There is an exhibition of the burgh in the restored town hall.
Kirkcaldy is a town of the east coast. The town is a conservation area. Kirkcaldy museum and art gallery is the main museum and holds a large collection of paintings by Scottish artists. The museum has an exhibition covering the towns heritage.
Glenrothes is a large town in the heart of Fife. The most prominent landmark is the river Leven bridge which towers over the riverside park. At Balfarg, north east of the town, is a prehistoric monument and contains the remnants of a stone circle which has been partially reconstructed.
Campsites in Fife
St. Andrews, KY16 8PQ
Pitches: 55 | Season: 15 March - 30 October
Kinghorn, Burntisland, KY3 9YE
Pitches: 50 | Season: February To January
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