“Fall” in love with Scotland in a campervan hirePosted on: August 31, 2017
Lonely Planet voted Scotland one of the greatest places in the world to view Mother Nature’s autumn show, and the best way to catch all of this beauty is in a motorhome from Roseisle.
The show goes on through October, and paints an already breathtaking landscape in eye-popping golds, reds, bronzes and oranges. And the best part about exploring Scotland in a campervan hire in the autumn? You’ll miss the throngs of holiday makers and other campervans and get to enjoy it with a bit of breathing space this fall!
Top Spots in Scotland in a campervan hire
Discover Galloway Forest Park’s 300 miles of gorgeous fall scenery in a campervan and enjoy top rate touring parks, stunning hikes, sweeping mountain ranges and more. As a Dark Skies Park, a visit to Galloway in the autumn affords an outstanding opportunity to view the night sky in all it’s glory- you might even catch the Northern Lights if you are lucky!
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are so near the central belt that it’s easy to explore in a campervan. Whether water sports or trail walking is your pleasure, there are so many ways to get back to nature here. Don’t miss the Drum Wood trail, or, for a more adventurous trek, there is the Mell Circuit, where you will be rewarded with an absolutely fantastic view.
Queen’s View at Loch Tummel is a must for any nature lover’s bucket list, especially in autumn. It is said to be a favourite spot of Queen Isabella, wife of Robert the Bruce, as well as Queen Victoria, who loved to picnic here. Hike or cycle the waymarked trails through the autumn display- we especially love St Mary’s Walk, the Knock and Glen Lednock.
More to come in a campervan hire
Next week we will continue our exploration of the best autumn leaves displays in Scotland to explore in a campervan hire from Roseisle.