Besides being voted the ‘Best UK Park Operator' at the British Travel Awards 2013, you'll find lots of great reasons to stay with Parkdean. In fact, in the last three years alone we've spent over £30 million across our 24 parks, with £11 million spent in 2014, to make sure your Parkdean holiday experience is the best ever!
Tummel Valley Holiday Park is a peaceful park set on the banks of the River Tummel. You'll find peace and tranquillity at this beautiful woodland park in the heart of the Perthshire Highlands and can fill your days with exploring castles, climbing up mountainsides, cycling leafy lanes or just soaking up the scenic views. You're free to enjoy the whole of the great outdoors at this park in the heart of the Tay Forest.
Awards: 4 Star Excellent Award from the Scottish Tourist Board, Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award
Facilities and entertainment includes - * Kids clubs with Sid & Lizzie for preschool - 10 year olds. * Fun-filled evening entertainment in the recently refurbished Riverside Entertainment Complex. * Indoor swimming pool with children's splash pool, tots sessions and water sports. * Solarium and Sauna. * Riverside Bar & Restaurant - refurbished with outdoor patio overlooking the river. * All weather sports court. * Eight hole crazy golf course. * Adventure play area with slide and climbing areas. * Nature trail. * Free Wi-Fi in designated areas. * Pet friendly accommodation. * And much more!
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Tummel Valley Holiday Park also offers spacious touring and camping pitches with great facilities.
Or why not book your stay in our luxury lodges? You'll be pleasantly surprised!
At Pitlochry, watch the salmon jump at the 'Damn and Fish Ladder' or visit the Bells Whisky distillery. Blair Atholl, famous for its castle and folk museum. Killiecrankie, a National Trust property of outstanding beauty. Hire a mountain bike from Pitlochry and follow the scenic cycle routes. White water rafting and abseiling available at Kenmore. Watersports Centre at Loch Rannoch.
Leave the A9 and turn onto the B847. After 6 miles turn 10 miles trun left onto the the B846 and shortly after turn left again onto the B8019. You will shortly see signs for the holiday park.
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