There’s so much to enjoy here
A warm welcome awaits you at Dalraddy. We’re a family and dog friendly campsite, four miles south of Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park. Our quiet and safe holiday park is in 97 acres of mixed woodland and has spectacular views of the Cairngorm Mountains range.
We’re open all year round (except reception is closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day) – perfect if you want to holiday in off-peak times, enjoy winter sports in the Cairngorms or simply take in the glorious winter scenery.
We are also selling agents for the static caravans and chalets on Dalraddy and provide a letting service for owners. You can see the caravans and chalets we currently have for sale here
Facilities include a fully licensed shop which also sells calor gas, wood pellets, basic camping supplies and a few essentials. We have a safely enclosed children’s play park, picnic tables, a launderette and showers with underfloor heating. The park office is open every day of the year and there is a warden on duty out of office hours. Find out more here
Lots for you to enjoy
If you want to escape into the wilderness one of Scotland’s greatest trails, the Speyside Way, now passes through Dalraddy. We also offer plenty of activities on Alvie Estate. Some are adventurous like our 2km long zip wire and others are more gentle, like feeding the deer in the winter months.
If you want to travel further afield we also make a great base camp for exploring the Scottish Highlands. There really is something for everyone at Dalraddy. Find out more here
The Alvie and Dalraddy Estates
Dalraddy Holiday Park is part of the Alvie and Dalraddy Estates, traditional Highland estates near the village of Kincraig in Badenoch, close to the geographic centre of Scotland. The estates extend into the Monadhliath hills from the River Spey, famous for its fishing and whisky, and overlook the Cairngorm Mountain range in the Cairngorms National Park.
The Williamson family have owned Alvie Estate since 1927 and Dalraddy since 1929. Today the estates include a hill farm with sheep and pedigree shorthorn cows, native pinewoods, wood chip production for bio-fuel, poly tunnels producing strawberries and raspberries, clay pigeon shooting, quad biking, archery, a zip wire course, gorge walking, segways, horse riding stables, a rock quarry and a gravel quarry.
If you’d like to learn more about modern estate life you can take part in an estate tour. Find out more here