My last caravanning experience of Scotland was a few years. we were up in the highlands and had wonderful weather, then the rains came, the river filled up, I took dog for walk and came back to chaos as the warden had said we had 10mins to clear the site before it was inundated Everyone helped everyone else, awning was thrown into Loo. Sodden dog was thrown into car and we were directed to a rough site - no electricity but clean toilets. Roads had land slides absolute nightmare. While there gas ran out so no hot meal though we did manage to have a hot drink before it went. We knew the caravan battery needed replacing - chose that night to not work and the torch battery went as well.
Hardly slept that night for the sound of the nearby waterfall storming over the rocks.
We retreated to Stirling, topped up the gas, electricity meant the lights worked and other caravanners helped us with the crumpled sodden awning.
Now we always have a wind up torch and radio, Make sure the battery is checked every year and the last visit to Scotland we stayed in a hotel, but we have a hankering to go see the Highlands again