Esplanade Caravan Park is situated overlooking the esplanade and on the large beach (which is included in the marine conservation society’s good beach guide) of golden sands that stretch round the bay to the Waters of Philorth and its Nature Reserve.
Fraserburgh is the second largest town in Aberdeenshire, behind Peterhead. The town developed from its foundation in the 16th century to become the largest and one of the most fishing dependent settlements on Banff and Buchan’s northern coast. 44,000 tonnes of fish are now landed at Fraserburgh.
In 1787 the newly formed Lighthouse Board leased the tower on Kinnaird Head from the Fraser family and converted it into the Kinnaird Head light. This remained in use as a manned lighthouse until 1992, when it was passed by the Northern Lighthouse Board to Historic Scotland. It has since formed a part of the attractive Scottish lighthouse museum, housed in purpose-built premises at Kinnaird Head. It is well signposted from the centre of Fraserburgh, when you have visited the museum, the nearby Fraserburgh Heritage Centre, showcasing everything from the age of sail to the haute couture of designer Bill Gibb is also well worth a look.
12 fully servied stances
18 touring stances with electric hook-up
33 tent/touring stances without electric
Recycling facilities on site
Laundry with free hot water for hand washing, washing machine, tumble dryer, spin dryer, iron and ironing board
Enclosed dish washing facility with free hot water
Ample showers with free hot water
Ample toilet facilities fitted with water saving devices
Baby changing facilities
Calor Gas available for purchase on site
Dogs welcome with responsible owners
Cafe and large well equipped play area within a 5 minute walk
Putting Green (with free equipment for caravan park customers) located across from the park
Tennis Courts (free raquets and tennis balls for caravan park customers) opposite park
18 and 9 hole Golf course within 5 minute walk – non members welcome
Large football park opposite caravan park