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Motorhoming The NC500 Just Got Easier

Motorhoming The NC500 Just Got Easier

Where to park my motorhome on the NC500?

The 2nd edition NC500 Guidebook details 13 camper service points and 21 campsites making it a great resource, but from July 1st 2024 you can now stop over night 12 overnight parking locations and take a free shower at 23 places.

Allan Gunn, Assistant Chief Executive, Highland Council (Corporate), said: “The launch of the Highland Campervan and Motorhome Scheme is understood to be the first of its kind by any UK local authority. ‘Conscious travellers' who opt for the seven-day pass have access to... 12 overnight parking locations and 23 places to take a shower.
“There is an identified need for facilities to accommodate campervans, motorhomes, roof tents and people who are using vehicles for short stayovers.

Official motorhome parking around the NC500

Along the NC500 route, there are 12 official motorhome stopovers included in the Highland scheme.

 Inclusive Overnight Car Park Location
Torvean Car Park Inverness
Nairn Harbour Nairn
Dunnet Head Car Park Caithness
Dunnet Seadrift Car Park Caithness
Noss Head Car Park Caithness
Reiss Beach Car Park Caithness
Riverside Car Park Wick
Durness Village – Tourist Info Car Park Sutherland
Golspie Shore Street Car Park Sutherland
Ullapool Latheron Car Park Wester Ross
Gairloch Harbour Car Park Wester Ross
Little Gruinard Beach Car Park Wester Ross

7 Day Pass Highland pass facts

The Highland Campervan and Motorhome Scheme is voluntary and costs £40 (inclusive of VAT) and lasts for 7 days from the start date selected during purchase.

Access to overnight car parking is not guaranteed and is available on a first come, first served basis:

    • £40 pass is voluntary
    • Overnight parking is from 10pm to 8am
    • There is a no return policy in place at each car park for 72 hours
    • All activities must be contained within the vehicle
    • Use allocated bays when provided
    • Ensure wastewater is disposed of at official sites
    • Free access to showers at 23  High Life Highland leisure locations during normal opening hours – for 2 adults and an unlimited number of children

Purchase your membership through the Highland Council website.

Where to park my motorhome on the NC500?

The 2nd edition NC500 Guidebook details 13 camper service points and 21 campsites making it a great resource, but from July 1st 2024 you can now stop over night 12 overnight parking locations and take a free shower at 23 places.

Allan Gunn, Assistant Chief Executive, Highland Council (Corporate), said: “The launch of the Highland Campervan and Motorhome Scheme is understood to be the first of its kind by any UK local authority. ‘Conscious travellers' who opt for the seven-day pass have access to... 12 overnight parking locations and 23 places to take a shower.
“There is an identified need for facilities to accommodate campervans, motorhomes, roof tents and people who are using vehicles for short stayovers.

Official motorhome parking around the NC500

Along the NC500 route, there are 12 official motorhome stopovers included in the Highland scheme.

 Inclusive Overnight Car Park Location
Torvean Car Park Inverness
Nairn Harbour Nairn
Dunnet Head Car Park Caithness
Dunnet Seadrift Car Park Caithness
Noss Head Car Park Caithness
Reiss Beach Car Park Caithness
Riverside Car Park Wick
Durness Village – Tourist Info Car Park Sutherland
Golspie Shore Street Car Park Sutherland
Ullapool Latheron Car Park Wester Ross
Gairloch Harbour Car Park Wester Ross
Little Gruinard Beach Car Park Wester Ross

7 Day Pass Highland pass facts

The Highland Campervan and Motorhome Scheme is voluntary and costs £40 (inclusive of VAT) and lasts for 7 days from the start date selected during purchase.

Access to overnight car parking is not guaranteed and is available on a first come, first served basis:

    • £40 pass is voluntary
    • Overnight parking is from 10pm to 8am
    • There is a no return policy in place at each car park for 72 hours
    • All activities must be contained within the vehicle
    • Use allocated bays when provided
    • Ensure wastewater is disposed of at official sites
    • Free access to showers at 23  High Life Highland leisure locations during normal opening hours – for 2 adults and an unlimited number of children

Purchase your membership through the Highland Council website.

Christopher Doree

Christopher Doree

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