Dalraddy Holiday Park is located in the Cairngorms National Park, 3 miles south of Aviemore, in 39 hectares (97 acres) of mainly native pine and birch woodlands. The holiday park is close to the River Spey and it has spectacular views when out of the woodland. This is the ideal location for a wide range of activities, wildlife watching and leisure facilities in the area.
This stunning park contains 44 touring caravan pitches with electric hook-ups, 50 tent pitches, some with electric and water, 80 fully serviced static caravans and 67 wooden chalets. Some of the static caravans and chalets are available for let.
Leisure activities on Alvie & Dalraddy Estates include a zip trek park, horse riding, clay pigeon shooting, archery, fishing, paint ball games, gorge walking, bush craft and survival courses and Segways. Most of these activities can be booked in the Park shop, some of the activities are not available in the winter months. Estate tours and wildlife watching can be arranged.
In the area there are numerous walks, downhill skiing on Cairngorm, water sports at Loch Insh, Loch Morlich and on the River Spey, mountain biking trails on Forestry Commission land at Glenfeshie, Inshriach and at Laggan and bird watching hides at Ruthven (RSPB) and Loch Alvie. There is the Highland Wildlife Park at Kincraig, a Highland Folk Park at Newtonmore, Landmark Adventure Park in Carrbridge, a steam railway in Aviemore and the Reindeer Centre at Glenmore.