Aviemore Camper Vans are a family run business offering camper van hire. We are based in the Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands and want you to have the best holiday possible. Camper van hire is becoming the most popular way to explore the fantastic countryside of the Scottish Highlands. Our vans are perfect, comfortable and easy to drive, even in the narrower roads you might find in Scotland.

Unlike many other camper van hire companies we do not charge extra for things we think you need.. We do not charge you extra for bedding, towels or insurance for a second driver – we have tried to include everything you will need in our standard package. However, have a look at our extras and see if we can offer you something to make your trip a little more comfortable.

A weekend at a tranquil loch, or a week exploring the Highlands?

Whichever takes your fancy, hire a camper van from us and find your own route.

We are surrounded by stunning scenery, so book now and explore in one of our comfy camper vans. Why not explore the North Coast 500 route, the Scottish version of America’s famous ‘Route 66’. There are also more manageable routes such as the new ‘Snow Road’ route?

Alternatively, jump in one of our vans and just explore – there are so many scenic spots to visit, you will never tire of the views.

Paul Cobb and his family run Aviemore Camper Vans. Our extended family support us, helping us maintain vans and with administration of our booking processes.

Our family has worked within the tourism industry for decades and understands how to ensure a seamless booking process.

As our name suggests, we are based in Aviemore, a very popular tourist town in the heart of the scenic Spey Valley in the Cairngorm National Park. With Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, only 30 miles north of Aviemore there is an amazing opportunity to start your road trip along some of the most scenic routes to be found anywhere.

We ourselves have travelled extensively throughout Scotland and the freedom that camping has given us has only added to the marvellous, fun experiences that we have enjoyed as a family over the years in some of the most beautiful settings. We hope to give you and your family the opportunity to have similar experiences in the comfort of our vans, building your own memories whilst enjoying the outdoors in the amazing Scottish countryside.

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Being Scottish

On this day in 1314: Robert the Bruce defeated a much larger English army under Edward II at the Battle of Bannockburn.

Photo is of King Robert the Bruce and The Wallace Monument, taken from ... See more

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The Cairngorms at 10pm on the longest day.

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Luskentyre, Isle of Harris

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Vinny Keenan Photography

Stunning

Kilchurn castle dusk

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2 weeks ago

Overlooking the Wallace Monument

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2 weeks ago
Highland Wildlife Park, Kincraig

#WeeHamish is full of the bear necessities ...

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Robert

The Forth Rail Bridge

Forth rail bridge at night

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1 month ago
Highland Wildlife Park, Kincraig

We’re thrilled to announce that three rare Scottish wildcat kittens have recently begun emerging from their den here at the Park! The trio were born in March to mother Ness and are important ... See more

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Highland & Islands Weather

Cooling off on Cairngorm on the remaining snow

The Cairngorm reindeer herd cooling off on the winters remaining snow patches.
Photo by Gary Hodgson.

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