Welcome to Sandhills

Find your dream retreat with us

Located alongside the stunning Pettycur beach in Kinghorn near Fife, our privately owned site Sandhills Caravan Park is the perfect space to relax and unwind with family or friends. The site caters specifically to people who are looking for a tranquil location without any hustle and bustle found in busier family caravan parks.

The area is full of history and is well known for rare fossils, varied wildlife and beautiful views over the Firth of Forth. If you enjoy the Great Outdoors, then this location is a fantastic place to own a holiday home.

Offering privacy at all times, the site is maintained to the highest of standards. Alongside this, all caravan owners are able to directly access the private sandy beach “Pettycur”. This is only a two-minute walk down the stairway on the cliff face.

For more details about our holiday homes available for sale in Fife, please get in contact with us.

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015394 46738

11-Month Season

Luxury Holiday Homes & Lodges For Sale

Golf Courses Nearby

Beaches Close By such as Pettycur Sands

Beautifully-Landscaped Location

Edinburgh and Dunfermline Close

Stunning Firth of Forth Views



Private Access to the Beach


Local Attractions

Local Area

About Sandhills Caravan Park

Sandhills Caravan Park is committed to protecting the environment, recycling and wildlife and for this has received the prestigious Gold status fourteen times in a row from the David Bellamy Conservation Awards. There are currently new holiday homes due for delivery on prime sites, all with sea views.

The local area is peaceful and ideal for those who enjoy being by the coast. The Ancient Kingdom of Fife is full of history and there are several places to visit including Culross Palace, Falkland Palace, and St Andrews Castle.


How to find us

If you are using sat nav

Sandhills Caravan Park

Pettycur Sands




If you require any further information, or would like to arrange a visit, please don't hesitate to contact us or

Call us on

015394 46738