Camping sites, touring caravan parks, campgrounds, trailer parks in Selkirk.
The ancient and Royal Burgh of Selkirk stands high above the Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys. Sir Walter Scott served as sheriff for 33 years and his former courtroom features a fascinating audio-visual presentation telling the story of Scott's associations with the area and its people.
Halliwell's House, the town's oldest dwelling, is now the local museum, with the building's links with the ironmongery trade recreated, and the Robson Gallery providing a venue for exhibitions. Clapperton's Daylight Photographic Studio is a working museum and photographic archive.
Visitors to the town can enjoy free parking; local publications include a Town Plan, Town Trail, mini-guide and countryside walks. Selkirk Common Riding in June is recognised as one of the oldest of the Border Festivals, with a tradition going back to the Battle of Flodden in 1513, with as many as 400 riders taking part. The town's industrial background is reflected in the number of specialist tweed outlets, whilst local glass works offer the chance to buy products and see skilled craftsmen at work.
Three miles west is Bowhill House, a Georgian mansion, with woodland walks and an adventure playground in the extensive grounds. Its Little Theatre hosts drama and music performances.
This section includes campsites (campgrounds) for
tents and parks for touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans in Selkirk, The Scottish Borders.
By their nature, these sites vary considerably from basic campsites with no amenities to five-star sites will all amenities including electricity, shop, leisure facilities, etc.
We also include data on some campsites where a pre-erected tent and facilities are provided, some of which
sites may also have been included under the Self Catering section. Whatever type of
camping or touring site in Selkirk you are looking for, we aim to help.
Selkirk Camping, Campsites, Touring van and motorhome parks, etc