Shinty is the most important sport in the Highlands and Newtonmore is the home of the famous Newtonmore Camanachd Club which is within 3 miles of the site. Check their website for details of their next match which visitors are welcome to go along and watch.
Try your luck at Salmon and Trout fishing on the Rivers Spey and Truim which run adjacent to the site. Permits can be purchased on Site or in Newtonmore at The Glen Hotel and The Balavil Hotel.
For the keen golfer, there are 2 golf courses to choose from within 5 miles of the Site - Newtonmore or Kingussie.
Visit the Highland Folk Museum in Newtonmore for free. Discover how people lived and worked from 1700's to 1960's.
Visit the Clan Macpherson Museum in Newtonmore for free. View the large collection of artefacts and other objects of historical importance. The collections are significant to the Highlands of Scotland and to members of the Macpherson Clan in particular.
For mountain biking, visit Laggan Wolftrax where you will find over 20 miles of purpose built trails.
Visit Highland Wildlife Park which is now home to over 200 amazing animals including native Scottish species as well as rare and endangered animals from the world's mountains and tundra regions. Meet 'Hamish' - the UK's first polar bear cub for 25 years. Telephone number (01540 651270)
For walking you are spoilt for choice but a few suggestions can be found for walks in the area.
Newtonmore Wildcat Centre & Trail, Corrieyairack Pass and The Badenoch Way - www.newtonmore.com
For bird watching, on your doorstep is Insh Marshes National Nature Reserve, one of the most important wetlands in Europe.
Visit Cairngorm Mountain just outside Aviemore
www.cairngormmountain.org or Aonach Mor just outside Fort William www.nevisrange.co.uk
For information on munros/mountaineering in Scotland - www.walkhighlands.co.uk
Try your hand at watersports at Loch Insh Watersports - www.lochinsh.com
Dalwhinnie whisky distillery is just off the A9 before you reach Invernahavon Caravan Site - more information can be found on the famous Scottish 'dram' on the following - www.discovering-distilleries.com/dalwhinnie,
Take a trip down memory lane on a steam train departing from Aviemore - http://strathspeyrailway.co.uk/
Experience the mobile cinema when it visits Newtonmore on its tour of the Highlands - www.screenmachine.co.uk
Aviemore is home to a 650 seat 3D cinema - www.macdonaldspeyvalleycinema.co.uk
Invernahavon Caravan Site
Call us on: 01540 673534
Or you can use our contact form.
PLEASE BE CAREFUL USING SATNAV AS IT MAY NOT DIRECT YOU TO US ON THE BEST ROUTE
Travelling from south, (Perth to Inverness) turn left off A9 onto road signposted Glentruim, Laggan. (The sign is approx. 10 miles after the Dalwhinnie junction). We are then on the right about 0.25 miles.
From north, (Inverness to Perth), turn right off A9, 1 mile after Newtonmore south junction onto road signposted Glentruim, Laggan and then as above. Do not go into Newtonmore or Kingussie.
If you are travelling from Fort William on A86, follow signs to Newtonmore and at the first triangular junction (opposite The Glen Hotel) turn right and follow signs for A9. At the next junction please turn right onto the A9 and follow directions as above for travelling from north.