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Anywhere to Park ?

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Anywhere to Park ?

Hello,

We are coming up to Scotland this May/June in our motorcaravan,we have seen that some car parks may not allow motorcaravans to park in your area (we don't mean to stay overnight,we have booked sites for that).But we need to shop and visit local attractions,and we need to know that we will be able to park legally (ie don't want our holiday spoiled by parking fines). Our motorcaravan is 18 feet long and 9 feet high. so, not a large one, but still a bit bigger than a car.

Yoour help would be appreciated Thanks.

Ray & Linda Jenner from Fishguard in W.Wales.

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1. Re: Anywhere to Park ?

If you mean in Inveraray itself, I have been there twice and there is a MASSIVE area for parking and I'd be very surprised if you had any problems (local advice would prob be better though).

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2. Re: Anywhere to Park ?

Hi, In Inveraray there is a large bus and lorry park next to the woolen mill its free Im sure you can park there, its on the road to Oban, through the archway that you see when you enter Inveraray from Glasgow.

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Linda @GLADRAGS

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