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Craigtoun Meadows Holiday Park opened in April 1972 in a beautiful rural, woodland setting, just 1.5 miles from the centre of St Andrews. A place to have a family holiday in a Lodge, Caravan Holiday Home, Motorhome, Touring caravan or tent.

 The park also welcomes touring guests, with 53 hard standing pitches available for touring caravans and motorhomes, and two separate pitches for guests with 2 man tents. All pitches are fully serviced and hard standing.

The owners of permanently sited holiday caravans can stay at the park as often as they wish to between 1 March and 30 January although this park has a holiday park licence, so owners cannot use their static caravans as their permanent residences. The park is open for caravan and lodge hire, tents, motorhomes and touring caravans from  March 15th until the end of October.

While the hired caravans and the holiday lodge are equipped with modern conveniences and appliances, there is a range of facilities offered for touring guests to ensure they enjoy the highest possible level of comfort during their stay, too.


The amenities block at Craigtoun Meadows Holiday Park includes toilets, baths, showers, and a washing up area.
Around the park there is plenty for guests to do. A large children’s play area is complemented by a multi-sports court that sees plenty of fun as well as competition throughout the year. The park putting green is great for all guests, and is a favourite among those who aren’t planning to head out and play “real golf” in this area.

There are two games rooms at the park, between them boasting video games, an air hockey table, table football, and two pool tables. A friendly coffee shop and restaurant is also found at the park, and is open for breakfast and dinner. Takeaway options are also provided in the early evening for guests looking to eat in their caravan, tent, or lodge.

Local Area

A short drive takes guests into the centre of St Andrews, where they will find everything from quirky shops, tea rooms, and restaurants to museums and other cultural attractions. The town is perhaps most famous for its world class golf course, which can be seen from the roadside and even be played by golfing guests staying at the park.

Outside of the town there is miles of coastal walks and countryside trails to explore, while a number of clean and safe beaches are also worth exploring.

A scenic drive to the north takes guests across the River Tay and into the popular city of Dundee. Dundee offers a taste of modern life in Scotland for guests preferring this to the traditional style of St. Andrews and the surrounding villages. Tourists have the option of leaving the car behind and taking public transport into Dundee. The trip from St Andrews takes under an hour.

Craigtoun Meadows Holiday Park is a wonderful holiday resort for tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Scotland, ideal for exploring the east coast and enjoying a relaxing escape with the whole family.