Apologies for the delay in getting this written up, has been a hectic couple of weeks! Time for me to give you my views on camping at the campsite in the lovely town of Blair Atholl.
First some basic info: Blair Atholl is a tiny, wee town at the very South of the Cairngorms National Park, just North of Pitlochry. Small, yet has everything you need. Beautiful fast-flowing river, campsite, woods, shops, local pub and even a chippy! The local pub is filled with locals and tourists alike, all very friendly of course. It is a very central location, within perfect driving distances from many cities and towns.
The campsite itself is like a beautiful park, with plenty of space for caravans, RVs and tents. There's a large grass area that the pitches surround, perfect for ball games and a place for the dogs to run riot. There is a shop on site too, with everything from bacon to sleeping bags. Though this is obviously handy, do bring your own food and supplied as much as possible, as it is only a small shop, so the food sells fast and the supplies are a bit pricier (we almost missed out on bacon rolls!).
With very fair prices, dogs allowed and a central area that's quiet yet with plenty to do, I highly recommend this campsite for families and adults alike.
Have you visited Blair Atholl before? What are your thoughts? Drop me a comment below!
PS: Sorry for the lack of photos - in all honesty, I was too busy enjoying myself! Check out my post regarding the White Water Rafting we did that weekend!
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