Each camping site, caravan park and holiday park is shown on the map below. Click on a pin to see the full information about the site. If there are circles with numbers in them that means there are several sites close together, so zoom in on the map to see the individual pins.
Gold pins represent Premium Listed Parks.
Below the map is the list of the sites and parks. Please click on the names on the individual listings to see a street view map.
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Cockenzie and Port Seton
Beautifully landscaped, with a choice of beaches nearby, this easy going Park is very popular with younger and extended families.
Countryside setting not far from the village. Hikers huts now available. Motor homes welcome,
Aberlady Caravan Park also known as Aberlady Station Caravan Park due to it's location on the site of an old railway station, is situated in East Lothian.The Caravan Park is a small 4.5 a ...
We have 7 new Treehouses and 7 Luxury Safari tents, all fully furnished with Kitchen, en-suite hot showers and WC.
Overlooking the Firth of Forth, and with unrivalled views to the Bass Rock, Tantallon Park occupies a truly idyllic location.
On Scotland's east coast, our new Club Site at Dunbar is just down the road from our old campsite at Barns Ness, which it replaces.
If you run or know of an attraction or place to visit in East Lothian which is not listed please CLICK HERE to add your FREE listing.
Some information about East Lothian from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
East Lothian is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, and a lieutenancy Area. It borders the City of Edinburgh, Scottish Borders and Midlothian. Its administrative centre is Haddington, although its largest town is Musselburgh.
The council area was created in 1996, under the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994, with the boundaries of the East Lothian district of the Lothian region. The district had been created in 1975, under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973, and it consisted of the local government county of East Lothian, plus the burgh of Musselburgh and the Inveresk area, both formerly within the county of Midlothian.
When abolished, for local government purposes, in 1975, the county of East Lothian bordered the county of Midlothian to the west, and the county of Berwick to the south. The county was called Haddingtonshire until 1921. At this time, border changes saw several villages on the outskirts of Edinburgh (e.g. Whitecraig) become part of East Lothian.
Credited to Wikipedia