A break in the Scottish Highlands isn’t just ideal for people to stretch their legs; it’s perfect for paws too! With a stunning variety of scenery, and a warm welcome for four-legged friends at all kinds of attractions, you will find a pet paradise up in Scotland.
Landal Piperdam is the ultimate base for exploring the Highlands with your faithful companion. You will find scenic trails, gorgeous open expanses and complete comfort throughout your accommodation. Move away from the park and there is even more to enjoy. Here are a few recommendations for the best pet-friendly activities to enjoy with your four-legged friend in the surrounding area.
Located just three miles from the centre of Dundee, Camperdown is the perfect place to enjoy a little peace and quiet while stretching your legs. Home to nearly 200 species of trees amongst its 400 acres, the park was added to the National Tree Collections of Scotland. Learn all about it – or just enjoy a scenic stroll – along the dedicated tree trail.
With events throughout the year, plus a dedicated Play Complex for young adventurers, everyone will find something to enjoy.
The Highlands isn’t just about wide green spaces; as this beautiful bay proves, there are all kinds of gorgeous locations and different types of terrains to explore too. Lunan Bay provides stunning, soft sand dunes that your dog will adore exploring. Owners will be equally entranced by the scenic setting, with crumbling castle ruins, glittering waters and the occasional gem stone to be spotted on the sand.
Equally attractive to visitors is the on-site care park and café. So if you or your furry companion needs some rest or refreshment, you won’t have far to travel.
A more covered wander awaits you at Templeton Woods. Offering ‘Green Flag’ status, due to the preservation of its greenspace, you can admire the surrounding scenery and, if you’re lucky, spot a few of its notable residents. Templeton is home to roe deer, red squirrels and many more amazing creatures and critters.
There are all kinds of events taking place throughout the year, and with 150 acres to explore, you will find a wonderful visitor experience to enjoy with your four-legged friend.
A huge expanse filled with scenic wonder, incredible wildlife and all kinds of activities, there’s nowhere quite like the Cairngorms to spoil your four-legged friend. Voted by National Geographic Traveller Magazine as one of the world’s top 20 places to visit, there’s loads to see and do with hills, mountains, woodland and huge open expanses galore.
With so much space, it’s really important to keep your dog under control, but follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and you and your furry friend will enjoy one of the best days out ever.