Nestling in the Strathmore Valley on the banks of the River Ardle, Corriefodly has everything you could hope for when looking for that perfect location to spend your leisure time and reconnect with nature.
Bring your tourer or motorhome and enjoy some of the most stunning areas of natural beauty to be found in Scotland. Or stay at one of our new camping pods. Added in 2017, they are well insulated and come complete with mini fridge, kettle and toaster and TV so you could enjoy home from home comfort with nature on your doorstep.
We also have a variety of new and pre-owned premium quality holiday homes for sale, providing you with an opportunity to own your own holiday haven and have the freedom to come and go. Recently we sited a hot tub caravan that is dog friendly too if you would like to take your four-legged companion with you. The park has its own dog walk and access to longer dog walks.
At Woodside Bar we have a function suite and a games room with a free soft play area, pool tables and gaming machines. In a lounge bar with a log fire we serve a fabulous selection of local beers, ales and soft drinks. At the weekend we offer family entertainment, live music, ceilidh, quiz and bingo nights, please check our seasonal programme for details.
The relaxed atmosphere of this family-run park lends itself to a variety of nearby activities including walking, hiking, golf & fishing in the River Ardle which flows through the park. The river banks also provide a pleasant stroll into the village of Bridge of Cally.
North, the high mountains dominate the skyline on route to the popular winter ski resort of Glenshee.
South, the beautiful Scone Palace worth a visit, where the Kings of Scotland were crowned. To the East lies the fairy-tale Glamis Castle and Dundee, the City of Discovery.
West, the Moulin Moor unfolds over the hills to the popular tourist town of Pitlochry with its whisky distilleries, traditional shops and theatre in the hills. Beyond is the famous Blair Tholl Castle guarded by the legendary army and on to the Bruar Falls and the lively House of Bruar experience.
Bridge of Cally, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH10 7JG. Follow the A93 approximately 15 miles north of Perth into Blairgowrie. Continue on the A93 over the River Ericht bridge, taking a left at the top of the rise and follow signs for the A93 to Glenshee and Braemar. Continue on the A93 about six miles north to the village of Bridge of Cally. Take a left at the far end of the bridge on to the A924 road to Pitlochry - Corriefodly park entrance is on the left about 250 yards.
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