Explore the Scottish countryside as it comes to life this Spring
Spring in Scotland is a wonderful time of year as the landscapes all around begin bursting into new life. A spring break with Wood Leisure will shake off the cobwebs and recharge your batteries for the year ahead.
Great reasons to enjoy a Spring holiday
- Choice of 6 incredible locations
- Hot tub breaks available
- Book with our low £50 deposit
- Couples Discount
- No hidden costs, all utilities included
- Local events and activities
- First-class touring facilities
- Short stays available
- Pet-friendly accommodation
- Accommodation to suit every budget
Popular Spring Breaks
June BreaksA holiday in Scotland in June before the schools break up for summer is a lovely peaceful time to take a break. View Details
Toddlertastic Spring BreaksWood Leisure offers family breaks with less hassle, that feel miles away from home without the need for a plane ticket. View Details
Pet Friendly HolidaysWhen your pet is part of the family, it’s only right that they come on holiday with you. That’s why all Wood Leisure accommodation is pet-friendly. View Details
May Bank HolidaysBank holidays are the perfect excuse to have a long weekend away from home, with 3 bank holiday weekends in May to choose from. View Details
May Spring BreaksWhether escaping for the bank holiday, or a week away, we have six incredible locations to choose from and accommodation to suit every taste. View Details
Local Events & Spring Activities
Family Friendly Activities
There are so many family-friendly activities on offer around our holidays parks. Here are just a few fun ideas that we recommend.
Best Toddler Friendly Farm Parks
Kids and animals – it's the perfect mix, right? And these fabulous toddler friendly farm parks and attractions offer so much more than just a chance to feed some lambs.
The latest events and shows in and around our holiday parks. If you're staying us this spring, be sure to check out the many exciting events taking place.
Best Local Bluebell Walks
May is the month when bluebells bloom in Scotland. They tend to be found in ancient woodlands, where they have had time to establish themselves and spread out over the woodland floor. More often than not they are in beautiful oak woodlands that are lovely for walking in.
Castles to Visit
Spring is lovely time to visit Scotland's castles and stately homes with spectacular displays of spring bulbs in the gardens and wider estate grounds.
Scotland offers a wealth of opportunities for outdoor adventure. Here are just a few suggestions that are bound to impress the teenagers in the family as well as the thrill seekers.