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Skeld Caravan Site

Skeld Caravan Site is a splendid, well-equipped campsite enjoying an excellent location on the waterfront in the picturesque village of Skeld, which lies on the south boundary of the West Shetland Mainland.

Burravoe Wigwams

Burravoe Wigwams is the place to be for an idyllic glamping retreat. The site offers guests the option of two snug wigwams located in the south of Brae, ideally positioned within walking distance of local amenities like shops.

Delting Boating Club Caravan Park

If boating is your forte and shimmering sea inlet views your weakness, come rumbling over to Delting Boating Club Caravan Park and park up at Delting Boating Club Caravan Park.

Bridg End Outdoor Centre Campsite

Rumble through the gates in your touring vehicle, pitch a tent or sweep into your pocket-friendly abode, perfect for large groups at Bridge End Outdoor Centre Campsite. Explore the length and breadth of stunning Shetland.

Cunningsburgh Touring Park

Set up camp alongside a small marina on the sheltered, peaceful shores of Aithsvoe, and spend breezy days exploring the natural beauty plus wealth of open-air attractions in Shetland at Cunningsburgh Touring Park.

South Nesting Hall And Caravan Park

South Nesting Hall and Caravan Park is a pretty countryside spot for leaving behind the stress and hectic pace of the modern world. Sit back and enjoy the laidback atmosphere paired with excellent amenities and a friendly team of volunteers who come around to collect the camping fees.

Gardiesfauld Hostel

Blend competitively priced accommodation with excellent amenities and a stunning spot on Unst, the most northerly Shetland Isles, and voila! you’ve got yourself a much-needed escape at the popular Gardiesfauld Hostel.

Burravoe Pier Trust Campsite

Coastal walks, intriguing history and an excellent chance to spot otters are a given when you kick back at Burravoe Pier Trust Campsite. This cracking campsite is perfect for returning to nature and welcomes tents and tourers on a mix of optional electric grass and hardstanding plots.

Braewick Caravan Park is the place to be for a relaxing getaway in the lush countryside of Scotland. The park enjoys a lovely location, perched on a hillside, affording spectacular views across the Drongs- a group of sea stacks that tower over the gleaming ocean in the coast of Hillswick Ness.


Levenwick Campsite is a community-owned site, ideally positioned a short stroll from a safe sandy beach with panoramic views over the bay. A friendly welcome awaits tent, campervan.


Skeld Caravan Site is a splendid, well-equipped campsite enjoying an excellent location on the waterfront in the picturesque village of Skeld, which lies on the south boundary of the West Shetland Mainland.


Burravoe Wigwams is the place to be for an idyllic glamping retreat. The site offers guests the option of two snug wigwams located in the south of Brae, ideally positioned within walking distance of local amenities like shops.


If boating is your forte and shimmering sea inlet views your weakness, come rumbling over to Delting Boating Club Caravan Park and park up at Delting Boating Club Caravan Park.


Rumble through the gates in your touring vehicle, pitch a tent or sweep into your pocket-friendly abode, perfect for large groups at Bridge End Outdoor Centre Campsite. Explore the length and breadth of stunning Shetland.


Set up camp alongside a small marina on the sheltered, peaceful shores of Aithsvoe, and spend breezy days exploring the natural beauty plus wealth of open-air attractions in Shetland at Cunningsburgh Touring Park.


South Nesting Hall and Caravan Park is a pretty countryside spot for leaving behind the stress and hectic pace of the modern world. Sit back and enjoy the laidback atmosphere paired with excellent amenities and a friendly team of volunteers who come around to collect the camping fees.


Blend competitively priced accommodation with excellent amenities and a stunning spot on Unst, the most northerly Shetland Isles, and voila! you’ve got yourself a much-needed escape at the popular Gardiesfauld Hostel.


Coastal walks, intriguing history and an excellent chance to spot otters are a given when you kick back at Burravoe Pier Trust Campsite. This cracking campsite is perfect for returning to nature and welcomes tents and tourers on a mix of optional electric grass and hardstanding plots.







About Camping in Shetland

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Campsites in The Islands