Located near a long, sandy surfing beach on Scotlands sunshine coast, our Club Site at Dunbar is also right next to the listed ruin Sloe Biggin Tower.
A wildlife reserve and geology trail are also near the site, with guided walks available during July and August. A 3.5 mile walk follows part of the John Muir Way coastal trail, and you can visit his birthplace in Dunbar. The town itself is less than three miles from site, with several places to eat and more beaches. It also hosts the Dunbar Pipe Band Championships in April/May and a traditional music festival in September with street music, live jazz, pipe bands and more.
Other local attractions include East Links Family Park - which has animals and a narrow gauge railway - the Museum of Flight at East Fortune, and the Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick, where you can see puffins, seal pups and dolphins or take a wildlife boat trip.
The Camping and Caravanning Club provide a huge range of attractions and events near to Dunbar Club Site in the What's On section of their website. Things to do near Dunbar Club Site
Visit the Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
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