Welcome to Crossburn Caravan Park

Crossburn Caravan Park is a family run park which is set in magnificent surroundings on the edge of the historic town of Peebles in the Scottish Borders Region. If you are looking for a holiday destination that is rich and diverse in history, culture, events and activities. the Scottish Borders has it all and more.

Caravan Park in the Scottish Borders

Crossburn Caravan Park in Peebles is easily accessed from all directions, we are conveniently located on the A703, Edinburgh Road. Peebles is a popular historic town and is a perfect base for exploring a wider area of the rolling Scottish Borders region and beyond. There is a host of nearby picturesque towns to discover or you can visit the friendly coastal communities and charming villages. Peebles is a small bustling town with a vibrant high street. This area was first developed in the second half of the 1500s, on land between the famous River Tweed and the Eddleston Water. Here you will find a selection of independent shops, gift shops, art galleries cafés, and supermarkets.

Come and Stay at Crossburn Caravan Park

The park is open for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents from 1st March to the end of November. We have a selection of grass, hardstanding or fully serviced pitches and a camping area for tents. We also have deluxe camping pods to add an extra touch of luxury to your holiday. Our on site shop offers a large selection of caravan and camping necessities and accessories. We are a dog friendly site but we ask that dogs be kept on leads at the park.

Holiday Homes for Sale in Scotland

We pride ourselves on the top quality caravans we sell! With many years’ experience, we will be able to offer you expert advice and exceptional park homes at fantastic prices. We stock a huge range of new and used static caravans from manufacturers such as Swift, Willerby, ABI, Atlas, Victory, Delta, Carnaby and Pemberton and we will not to be beaten on price like for like on the top quality static caravans.

Explore the Scottish Borders

The Borders has it all-with stunning views from countryside to coast. There is a diverse calendar of local events and activities to keep you entertained all year round. Such as the Beltane Festival, the Borders Heritage Festival, the Peebles Arts Festival and the Innerleithen Music Festival. Or if you prefer to relax and do nothing, our peaceful surroundings are perfect to unwind and take in the scenery.

Local Activities

Local activities include golf, fishing, mountain biking and walking, with the Tweeddale Forest and the Southern Upland Way nearby. All in all, Crossburn Caravan Park is perfectly placed for touring the Scottish Borders and is within easy reach of many main towns we are a short drive from Edinburgh and around an hour from Glasgow. Our beautiful local area has something for everyone of all ages to enjoy.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS & THINGS TO DO

Local Golf Club

Peebles Golf Club (Est 1892) is the perfect place to play golf, you can visit as a guest for the day or join as a member. Sporting a comfortable, modern clubhouse, the stunning course overlooks the beautiful Tweed Valley and is a pleasure to play.

Local Golf Club

Peebles Golf Club (Est 1892) is the perfect place to play golf, you can visit as a guest for the day or join as a member. Sporting a comfortable, modern clubhouse, the stunning course overlooks the beautiful Tweed Valley and is a pleasure to play.

Tweed Valley Forest Park

There are 7 main forests along the River Tweed valley and each has its own special character. From peaceful forest walks to a tree-top adventures, explore the areas prehistoric past or, for the more adventurous some of UK’s best mountain biking routes.

Tweed Valley Forest Park

There are 7 main forests along the River Tweed valley and each has its own special character. From peaceful forest walks to a tree-top adventures, explore the areas prehistoric past or, for the more adventurous some of UK’s best mountain biking routes.

Heritage and Culture

The Scottish Borders is a fascinating area steeped in cultural heritage. From ancient hillforts, to ruined abbeys and monumental stately homes set in grand landscapes. There are Neolithic and Bronze Age burial sites, Iron Age farms and forts, medieval churches and castles, Reiver towers and fateful battlefields just waiting to be discovered.

Heritage and Culture

The Scottish Borders is a fascinating area steeped in cultural heritage. From ancient hillforts, to ruined abbeys and monumental stately homes set in grand landscapes. There are Neolithic and Bronze Age burial sites, Iron Age farms and forts, medieval churches and castles, Reiver towers and fateful battlefields just waiting to be discovered.

SITE FEES FROZEN

Our site fees have now been frozen for the 2021 season, with site fees at just £1650 for 11 months.