My wife and I spent a lovely 4 days at this caravan site just after the
Glasgow school holidays in October 2012. It was very quiet probably due to
being near to end of season. The landscaping is kept immaculately. The
toilets were always spotless. The fees were discounted due to being late
season, but even high season fees seem very good value.
The restaurant next door is friendly and cooks nice food too (it apparently
is not related to the campsite - it just had a new chef when we arrived).
There is a lovely farm park just across the main road where you can enjoy
very reasonable food and walks around small lochans to see birds migrating -
the walks are free and the admission to actual farm animal section was very
This is a charitable farmpark and do a great work with the local community
Wish we had discovered this years ago. We do not have young children now,
but I'm sure youngsters would find the site fine for a few days and there
are plenty places to visit nearby, but maybe not for a longer stay as there
may not be a lot do do on the site (especially at night when it gets dark
early in October) so probably more suited to folk wanting a quiet and
peaceful site I'd say.
Kites are a bad idea as there are overhead power cables and there are
warning signs of course about this.
I could only give this site very favorable review, no complaints about this
site, the wardens are very friendly and there is lots to do in the
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Foresterseat Caravan Park is 2 miles out of Forfar. We have grass areas for tents and hardstanding super pitches for caravans. There is a restaurant and bar next to the park called Foresterseat Restaurant. Hot showers are free. Pay us a visit; you will made most welcome. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Foresterseat Caravan Park Forfar, Scotland