THINGS TO DO

Exciting activities on site at Wildwoodz cabins include Archery, Axe Throwing, Lasertag, Paintball and more….

Once you’ve tired yourselves out there are several other must see and do things to experience locally…

The Black Isle

Visit Chanonry Point in Fortrose and see the dolphins from the beach – parking can be limited but a shuttle bus runs from the village where there are several excellent places to eat and drink including…Fortrose Cafe (we highly reccomend the breakfasts), The Anderson Pub (large selection of beers and whiskys), IV10 restaurant and deli (great pizza). Fortrose also has a very highly rated golf course.

If you want to make a bigger experience of it Dolphin Trips Avoch will take to Chanonry point from Avoch (pronounced och) harbour or you could travel to Cromarty and go on a wildlife cruise with Eco adventures.

Cromarty is well worth a visit even if you don’t fancy a boat trip Sutors Creek is the highest rated restaurant on the Black Isle and Cupars Creek does a mean snack if you’re feeling peckish. The Royal Hotel is right on the harbour where you can¬† watch the two car ferry go back and forth to Nigg. Hugh Millers Cottage is a good way to spend a couple of hours as well.

Inverness

Woodside is 6 miles from the Kessock Bridge so the splendour of Europes fastest growing city is only a 10 minute drive away. Visit Inverness Castle, Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield, as well as the usual city centre shopping and eating options.

Aviemore and the Cairngorms

Aviemore and the surrounding area should be on your list to visit as well. Carrbridge hosts Landmark Adventure Park, Grantown on Spey is one of the most picturesque towns in the Highlands, Aviemore has skiiing, mountain bike hire and the Cairngorm Reindeer Centre. Not forgetting the Highland Folk Museum in Kingussie – all within an hours drive of the Black Isle.

Further North 

Now you’re in distillery country good and proper choices include Glen Wyvis at Dingwall (10 miles) Glenomorangie at Tain and many many more. Visit and Dornoch, Golspie on the East Coast and Achmelvich and Gruinyard on the West.