The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome and Holiday Home Show returns this week (1-4th Feb) to SEC, Glasgow.

With over 230 leisure vehicles and over 40 brand-new exhibitors, this year’s event is set to see thousands of keen travellers head to the show from across the UK to explore what’s on in its 37th year. The show is returning with a refreshing new look, and is set to be a trendsetter show with UK and Scottish product launches.

Taking over the whole of the SEC campus, this is the biggest show of its kind in Scotland, with plenty of new leisure vehicles, accommodation options and travel accessories pitching up. There's also talks from special guests including Great British Bake-Off’s Karen Wright, and Van-Life author and podcaster, Siobhan Daniels.

The Herald:

Great British Bake Off contestant and author of caravan cook books, Karen Wright, will be taking to the The Caravan and Motorhome Club Stage throughout the run and is set to reveal a show stopping Scottish themed cake.

Also presenting throughout the weekend is Siobhan Daniels, Van Life author and podcaster, who will be giving her insights into life on the road.

The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome, and Holiday Home Show is more than just an exhibition; it's an immersive experience that caters to a diverse audience. The show features a wide range of exhibitors, from leading manufacturers showcasing the latest models to accessory suppliers offering innovative gadgets and equipment. Whether you are a seasoned traveller or a novice looking to dip your toes into the world of mobile living, this show has something for everyone.

While many exhibitors will be returning to this all-important event in the leisure travel calendar, organisers have added a host of new and exciting exhibitors to the roster, as well as a bunch of new equipment from regular attenders.

The Herald:

New exhibitors for this year include:

  • Barefoot Caravans - a new and unique 1950s style curved caravan design that’s as chic as it is practical – seen on Channel 4, George Clarke’s ‘Amazing Spaces’, this stunning light weight caravan can be adapted to your needs and tastes and comes in a range of colours
  • Glawnings Ltd – husband and wife team created glamourous awnings which can be attached to a caravans and come in various sizes. The innovative product has won the business many awards and has been featured on ‘Carry on Camping’ with Johnny Vegas, currently on Channel 4
  • SmartCampers, Beachy Caravan – Scotland’s only supplier of the Beachy Caravan, which has been created with real life in mind will be shown in Glasgow for the first time at the show. For long solo stays, or a family weekend get-away, this new model is sure to be a hit for experienced and new travellers
  • Four Seasons Campers, new travel packages – Check out this luxury campervan company’s new and bespoke packages created for travellers with pets or kids. The packs include things to do and all the necessities for having a good time and keeping kids and fur babies occupied en-route
  • Victory Leisure Homes, Silverwood Lodge – Set to be unveiled for the first time ever, the brand new 12-foot Silverwood Lodge is a top of the range holiday home for those who love their holidays with home comforts in a stylish setting.

Returning exhibitors this year include:

  • Argyll Holidays a regular exhibitor which will be showcasing what they have in store for 2024
  • Willerby, another show regular and leading caravan and campervan manufacturer is back with a stand packed with caravans, motorhomes and holidays home options
  • BC Motorhomes will be back for 2024, bringing with them a stunning range of super-lux Carthago Chic E-Line models, and much more

The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome, and Holiday Home Show is a celebration of the spirit of adventure and the freedom that comes with life on the road. From exploring the latest models to gaining expert advice and connecting with fellow enthusiasts, the show offers a comprehensive experience for all who share a love for mobile living.

Tickets are available online from £13, these can be booked at or on the door upon arrival. Children age 15 and under go free, but require a ticket to enter.