‘The Moray Coastline is among the top 20 most beautiful coastal areas on the planet’ National Geographic
The Moray Firth is home to the largest bottlenose dolphins in the world
We will have Glamping available on site in 2016 in the form of luxury goods wagon
The caravan park partly occupies the site of the old railway station which overlooks and includes West Beach. The disused railway line now connects Burghead and Hopeman with a two mile coastal path. This is popular with walkers and cyclists of all ages and the varied coastline attracts beach combers, rock poolers, surfers, climbers, twitchers, cyclists and runners.
The coastal path is well surfaced and is an easy route for prams, buggies, wheelchairs and balance bikes. To the East is the Hopeman East Beach where the iconic ‘Hutties’ can be found. The beach huts were previously located on West Beach but were relocated many years ago.
West Beach Caravan Park is located on the beautiful Moray Coast in the small seaside village of Hopeman. Hopeman has a population of around 1700 and was founded in the early nineteenth century as a result of the Highland Clearances. The village lies on the coast a short distance from Burghead with Findhorn to the West and Lossiemouth to the East.
Aberdeen is approximately 70 miles East and Inverness 35 miles West. West Beach Caravan Park is found beside Hopeman Harbour which is a popular berthing point for pleasure boats. The harbour also attracts canoeists, fisherman, paddle boarders and on any summers day is a great spot for ‘jumpin’ in’ which is a rite of passage for all local children.
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