A peaceful haven in the Scottish Borders.
If you’re wanting to explore the Scottish Borders or on the way to or from Scotland, our Jedburgh Club campsite is the ideal stop off. Located close to the pretty border market town of the same name, this campsite is also perfect for walkers.
Jedburgh is a small campsite – just fifty pitches – catering for all types of camper including backpackers. Tent campers have their own separate tree-lined, level area and there is a recreation field beyond. Facilities include toilets, showers, laundry and a wash up area.
There’s a lovely riverside walk into town, if you’re lucky you may spot some of the local bird and wildlife. Once in Jedburgh you can follow a two-mile historic town trail which takes in some of the local landmarks – Jedburgh Castle Jail, Queen Mary’s House and Bonnie Prince Charlie’s House.
More seasoned walkers will enjoy the campsite’s proximity to St Cuthbert’s Way and the Borders Abbey Way. Jedforest Deer and Farm Park just south of Jedburgh as well as lots of animals to see, has a falconry centre and a wooded adventure playground. Jedburgh is also handy for visiting more border towns including Duns, Kelso, Coldstream and Galashiels.
The 250 square mile Keilder Water and Forest Park is a short drive away, offering a range of activities including walking, cycling, star gazing, sailing and canoeing. Jedburgh is also ideal for anyone wishing to experience the unique common ridings – a spectacular display of horsemanship commemorating the centuries old patrolling of the border country.
Please note that TV reception can be poor. Rock pegs are required for awnings on hardstandings.
100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.
Two independent butchers in the town source all their meat locally. There are two local bakers within a few miles of Site. The Simply Scottish restaurant serves predominantly Scottish food and the nearby fish and chip shop also sells Scottish fish.
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Members' and non-members' caravans welcome
Members' and non-members' trailer tents welcome
Hardstanding pitch (Super Service)
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
A well-sheltered site
Electric shaver sockets
Chemical toilet disposal point
Club Site Wi-fi
Members' and non-members' motorhomes welcome
Members' and non-members' tents welcome
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Some accessible facilities
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Battery charging facilities
Not sure wether to book reading some of the reviews . Pleased I did had a great weekend .arrived on Friday and we were welcomed by our friendly hosts . The weather was raining and we were guided to our pitch where we set up it was close to all the facilities . My wife always goes straight over to check out the facilities . She arrived back with a smile on her face . It is a little dated but looked as though it had just been decorated an it was spotlessly clean as we're all areas . Plenty of hot water in the showers. Couple of down points grit on the pitches nightmare gets everywhere tight to get van and car on hard stand . Nice places to eat and drink , the pheasant , the clock tower bistro,
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Town
- Suitable For: Peaceful break
The Carters Rest food not to be missed Eyemouth fish delicious.
Paul , Teresa, Oscar, Nero (Club Member)
stayed Oct 2014
This review is for Jedburgh
The Carters Rest food not to be missed Eyemouth fish delicious. Service excellent
The Railway Tavern is a must do back in time experience with great locals.
Dogs total heaven with park facilities.
Would recommend for passing through but not for longer stay. Facilities. OK if you liked school showers, but kept clean
Wardens friendly but site let down by facilities.
Would recommend for position only
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Town,Secluded
- Suitable For: Older couples,Peaceful break
Jedburgh is well worth a visit and though the site facilities are a bit dated, they were not any the less functional. The national company shops opposite the entrance catered for coach parties and was very dated and not worth the visit.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Secluded
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
We had passed by many times on our trips to Scotland but had not stayed at the site - though we had used the garage across the road for diesel and also the retail outlets. We decided to stay for a couple of nights and were very glad we did. The welcome was warm and staff provided a map and were informative about the various attractions including the Castle Museum and Prison and Mary Queen of Scots House, both of which are free admission but appreciate donations. The 50p audio guide at the Prison is well worth the money too. The abbey is impressive but there is an admission charge.
The riverside walk in to town recommended by the site staff is much more pleasant than going a long the main road would be and it brings you out at the bottom of the High Street, at the top of which the Simply Scottish coffee shop had outdoor seating and brought fresh water for the dogs before we had even sat down! There were also some places near the Abbey that had outdoor seating too.
Belters Bar allows dogs in and does food (mainly different sorts of burgers or steak) and is at the bottom of Castlegate.
Butcher on the High Street does nice pies and we bought a haggis which is in the freezer for later.
We were down the bottom of the site near the football pitch and it certainly felt more open and pleasanter than some of the pitches along the road which looked close together and narrow. Facilities much as described by others: rather outdated but kept clean and the water was nice and hot in the showers. Would we stay again? - very possibly.
- Location: Town
- Suitable For: Older couples,Younger couples
Nearest bus stop: 200m from Site entrance
Nearest train station: Berwick-upon-Tweed – 40 miles