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Stay The Night Scheme in Scotland for 2022

Forestry and Land ScotlandForestry and Land Scotland have announced that their popular Stay the Night Scheme, where motorhomes and campervans are permitted to stay overnight in a selection of Forestry & Land Scotland car parks, will be run again in 2022.

This is what they have told us:

"Motorhomes and campervans that are self-contained (i.e. with all facilities, including toilet inside the vehicle) will be able to stay overnight at some of our car parks from 1 April to 31 October 2022 in a continuation of the Stay the Night initiative we ran last year. No awnings, pop-up/pup/toilet or any other type of tent, or car camping is allowed. There is no pre-booking and allocated spaces are not possible. Stay the Night operates on a first-come first-serve basis only."

Their page at forestryandland.gov.scot/staythenightExternal link has been updated with full details of the scheme, including a list and interactive location map of participating car parks.

Excellent news!

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