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For those carrying a tent there are sites suitable for wild camping as you travel behind the Knock of Braemoray between Dava and Dunphail. Please observe the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and in particular follow the advice on human sanitation - Where to "Go" in the Great Outdoors pdf icon 367kB.

Camping and caravan site beside Grantown-on-Spey

The stars indicate the Scottish Tourist Board rating where known

Right beside the start/finish of the Dava Way and only ½ mile from Grantown centre.

Grantown-on-Spey Caravan Park
Tents occupy a separate area of this well appointed and popular Caravan Club site. There are picnic tables beside the camping area and the new toilet block boasts underfloor heating.

01479 872 474
photo: Ardenbeg bunkhouse, Grant Road, Grantown

Bunkhouse accomodation in Grantown-on-Spey

Grantown centre. ½ mile from the end of the Dava Way.

Ardenbeg Bunkhouse
Set one road back from the High Street in the centre of Grantown, Ardenbeg bunkhouse can accomodate up to 24 visitors. Usual facilities including TV, BBQ, drying room and free wi-fi.

01479 872 824
photo: Ardenbeg bunkhouse, Grant Road, Grantown

Craggan, 1 mile south of Grantown, 1½ mile from the end of the Dava Way.

Glenbeg Bunkhouse
Glenbeg bunkhouse is part of an outdoor activities centre close to both the A95 Grantown to Aviemore road and the river Spey. The bunkhouse is a converted farmhouse and can sleep up to 27 people. Usual facilities including double glazing, central heating and DVDs.

01479 873 283
photo: Craggan bunkhouse, by Grantown


Glenbeg Bothy
Glenbeg Bothy, beside Glenbeg bunkhouse (see above) can sleep up to 6 people (8 at a squeeze) in a converted steading. Usual facilities including double glazing, central heating and DVDs. Guests are welcome to use the licenced clubhouse cafe on the same site.

01479 873 283
photo: Craggan bothy, by Grantown