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Local Area

Discover endless adventure and relaxation at Inver Caravan Park. From kayaking to fishing, and walking trails to relaxing in the serene surroundings


Local Area

Dunbeath is a charming village with plenty to offer visitors. Take a walk along the Dunbeath Strath Trail, a scenic route alongside Dunbeath Water, past Dunbeath Broch (well worth the climb up!) and inland to the white walled cemetery to which coffins had to be carried when it was in use. History buffs will enjoy visiting the Dunbeath Heritage Centre, which showcases the rich history of the area, from the Picts to the Vikings and beyond to the busy days of the herring fishing industry when you could walk across the bay – boat to boat - without getting your feet wet. Or discover the birthplace of author Neil Gunn, and learn more about his work, at the Heritage Centre.


For outdoor enthusiasts, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking, cycling, and fishing in the area. Climbers can face the challenge of Scaraben or Morven, or climb cliffs at Latheronwheel or Ramscraigs (but only if you are experienced!) and there are several walking trails that take you through the beautiful Caithness countryside. For a unique experience, you can even go alpaca trekking with Wardpark Alpacas, located just a short drive from the caravan park.

Local Area & Things To Do!

  • Laidhay Croft Museum: Discover the rich history of the area at Laidhay Croft Museum, showcasing traditional crofting life and offering a glimpse into the past.

  • Dunbeath Heritage Centre: Immerse yourself in the local heritage and culture at Dunbeath Heritage Centre, where you can explore exhibitions, artifacts, and learn about the fascinating history of the region.

  • Dunbeath Castle Gardens: Make an appointment with the Estate office by calling (01593 731308) and take a leisurely stroll through the picturesque Dunbeath Castle Gardens, adorned with beautiful flowers and lush greenery, well protected by the high walls.

  • Dunbeath Strath: Embark on a scenic walk along the Dunbeath Strath, a tranquil valley offering stunning natural beauty, rolling hills, and the gentle sound of the Dunbeath Water flowing through.

  • Dunbeath Beach: Relax and unwind at Dunbeath Beach, a serene coastal spot where you can take a leisurely stroll, enjoy the sound of crashing waves, and breathe in the fresh sea air.

  • Grey Cairns of Camster: Discover the Grey Cairns of Camster, an extraordinary archaeological site that transports you back in time. These Neolithic chambered cairns, dating back thousands of years, offer a fascinating glimpse into the rituals and beliefs of our ancient ancestors. Explore the mysterious chambers and marvel at the enduring craftsmanship of these ancient structures.

  • Hill o’ Many Stanes: Visit the enigmatic Hill o’ Many Stanes, a unique archaeological site featuring rows of upright stones, providing an intriguing glimpse into the ancient history of the area. One of many intriguing archaeological sites in Caithness

  • Achavanich Stone Cirlce: Step back in time at Achavanich Stone Circle, a captivating Neolithic site that dates back over 4,000 years. Surrounded by the stunning Caithness countryside, this ancient stone circle invites you to explore its mystical atmosphere and marvel at the precision of its standing stones.

  • Dunbeath Castle: Admire the grandeur of Dunbeath Castle, a historic landmark that stands as a testament to the region's rich heritage and architectural beauty.

  •  Latheronwheel Harbour: Experience the timeless beauty of Latheronwheel Harbour, a picturesque coastal gem. Discover its rich maritime heritage, stroll along the quayside, and immerse yourself in the serene atmosphere. Whether you're seeking tranquility or a glimpse into local history, Latheronwheel Harbour is a must-visit destination on your Caithness journey.

  •   Fairy Glen: Enter a world of enchantment at Fairy Glen, a magical hidden gem nestled in the Caithness countryside. Wander through lush greenery, meandering paths, and sparkling streams as you embrace the whimsical ambiance of this mystical place. Whether you believe in fairies or simply appreciate the beauty of nature, Fairy Glen promises a memorable and enchanting experience for all who visit.

  • Dunbeath Wildlife: Explore the diverse wildlife of Dunbeath, including seabirds, seals, and if you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of dolphins or whales swimming along the coast.

  • Dunbeath Strath Trail: Lace up your hiking boots and embark on the Dunbeath Strath Trail, a scenic walking route that takes you through picturesque landscapes, woodlands, and along the tranquil river.

  • Dunbeath Heritage Trail: Embark on the Dunbeath Heritage Trail, a captivating self-guided walking route that unveils the fascinating history and cultural gems of Dunbeath. Explore the town's historic landmarks and immerse yourself in its rich past as you traverse this scenic trail. Don't miss the opportunity to marvel at the architectural charm of Dunbeath Strath Bridge, an iconic stone bridge that gracefully spans the Dunbeath Water, providing a picturesque setting for memorable photographs.

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