Glenesk Holiday Park is located at the gateway to the Glens and there's no end to the adventure and exploring you can embark upon! Take on the famous Blue Door Walk which winds along the River Esk as you cross the Shakin Brig and head on up to the iconic Rocks of Solitude. For a more challenging hike, you can make your way up to the Munroes and Glens including Cairn Mount, Glen Esk, Doll and Clova to name just a few. The area is robust with nature and walking routes just waiting to be explored, whichever direction you head in, prepare to take in the breathtaking scenery and remember your camera! Click here for more info
Head on over to the Edzell Castle and Gardens where you can amble around the walled gardens - unique and beautiful (best seen in July during bloom). Seek out the Royal Summer House and take a peek inside the Tower House for a fine example of 16th century nobleman’s residency.
A trip up to the Glenesk Folk Museum comes highly recommended as well, with an eclectic look at Glen life both past and present you can see Farming equipment, Victorian textiles, recreations of family life and much more. With free entry and a café onsite just 8 miles from the park. Click here for more info
Keen Golfer? Hone your skills on the Edzell Golf Course, located on the High Street of Edzell just a mile up the road from the park, which dates back to 1895 at its original state and is set over some 128 acres with 27 holes across 2 courses! Brechin Golf Course just 7 miles from the park offers another challenge across 18 holes on their course, and if you need even more golf injected into your trip, here's a link to 6 leading courses in the area. Click here for more courses
A short 40 minute drive south and you will find yourself in the City of Discovery - Dundee - home of the V&A museum, The RSS Discovery docked next to banks of the River Tay, The Verdant Works and The Overgate Shopping Centre.
A 40 minute drive north and you’ll find yourself in Aberdeen, The Granite City - with some of the finest shopping experiences the area has to offer, alongside countless restaurants and bars to refuel in, and - with Aberdeen being the gateway to the isles - you could even take a ferry ride to explore the Islands off the coast of North Scotland, check out Northlinkferries for more information.