Silver Sands Holiday Park
Silver Sands Holiday Park enjoys a wonderful seaside position in Lossiemouth on the Moray Coast of Scotland. Moray has a brilliantly temperate climate with some of the driest weather in the UK thanks to the Gulf Stream and the area boasts a variety of excellent beaches. You can spot dolphins in the Moray Firth and at beautiful Findhorn Beach seals can often be seen basking in the sun at the top of the bay.
Silver Sands is named after the gorgeous sandy beach nearby with its fine silvery-white sands. The holiday park has a heated indoor swimming pool, a well-equipped gym and a children's adventure playground with zip wire, climbing frames and swings plus an indoor games room, crazy golf and an arcade to keep children of all ages entertained. For younger children, there's also a daily kids club and toddler fun time. You can get great fish and chips on-site to take away or eat in the restaurant before dancing the night away in the bar. Regular live entertainment gets great reviews and you can have fun joining in with the karaoke, quizzes and Bingo. There's also now a new electric vehicle charge point on-site.
When you stay at Silver Sands Holiday Park, you can explore along the coast enjoying the picturesque landscapes and sea views to Burghead Beach, which is especially popular with water sports enthusiasts and Hopeman East Beach, a great place for rock pooling with the children. A popular place for spotting dolphins and fossils, Lossiemouth East is one of the most popular beaches in Moray, accessed by a wooden bridge which leads through dunes to a wide area of golden sand. Day trips to Elgin, Aberdeen, Inverness and even mysterious Loch Ness are all possible from this great location.
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Things to Do
Moray Golf Club
Moray Golf Club has two courses, the older course is considered by many to be one of the finest in Scotland, a superb test of golf with seven par fours over 400 yards.
Highland Wildlife Safari Park
Visit the Highland Wildlife Safari Park where you can see tigers, polar bears, snow leopards and other wildlife and endangered animals in a spectacular setting
At Macduff Aquarium you can enjoy a variety of exciting and innovative exhibitions on marine life from the Moray Firth plus daily talks and feeding shows.
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Choice of Beaches
Burghead Beach is the place to go for water sports and kite surfing while Hopeman East Beach is a great place for rock pooling with the children.
Cairngorm Reindeer Centre
For a day out you could drive to the Cairngorm Reindeer Centre where experienced reindeer herders take visitors up onto the mountains where the main herd of reindeer roam free.
Visit Brodie Castle, a fairytale 16th-century castle with sumptuous interiors, impressive art collections, beautifully landscaped gardens, nature trails and a brand-new family attraction.