The Larick Campsite is brand new and landscaping is still in progress. This shouldn’t spoil your enjoyment of your visit to the campsite and Tayport.

Pitches

The site is compact with 32 pitches, all bar two are grass. Around the perimeter are 5 small powered pitches suitable for units up to 5.5m long and 11 larger powered pitches that can accommodate units up to 8m.

In the centre are 11 unpowered pitches that can accommodate units up to 6.5m. There are also two unpowered grass pitches especially for backpackers arriving without motor transport.

Pets

We welcome dogs, which are free, but there is a limit of two dogs per pitch. All dogs must be kept on a short lead whilst on the campsite, there are miles of walks for your dog on the adjoining common and beyond.

On Site Facilities

Café/Restaurant

The Larick Café is open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm. We are hoping to open earlier and later in the future depending on demand.

It serves tea, coffee, soup, snacks, light lunches and an array of cakes. It caters for gluten and dairy free diets. There are also separate children’s and take away menus available.

Changing Places Toilet

In the Larick Centre there is a Changing Places Toilet. A Changing Places Toilet meets the needs of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, as well people with other physical disabilities such as spinal injuries, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis who often need extra equipment and space to allow them to use the toilets safely and comfortably.

Amenity Block

The amenity block has:

  • Ladies Toilets & Showers
  • Mens Toilets & Showers
  • Accessible Toilet & Shower
  • Family Toilet & Shower
  • Dish washing room.
  • Phone recharge station

Motorhome Service Point

  • Fresh water point
  • Grey and chemical waste disposal
  • Water filling point, grey waste and black waste disposal is available for non site campers for a fee, please contact wardens for details. (07859 952 172)

Wi-Fi

There is free Wi-Fi for checking your emails and browsing Facebook across the site and in the adjoining Larick Cafe.

Local Amenities

Tayport is well provided for in shops, pubs and takeaways. Dundee, across the river, has the full range of shops and services that you expect from a large city.

Adjacent to the site is a small convenience store selling everyday items. In the town centre are three small supermarkets, one of which is also the post office, a butcher, a chemist, a hardware store that sells Calor gas, and several hairdressers.

Of the three pubs, two serve meals, one of which has a takeaway service.  There are also three other takeaways; a Fish Bar, Chinese and Indian.

The Harbour Café is an excellent spot to enjoy a coffee and cake with views out over the harbour and the Tay estuary.