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Campsites in Fort William and Lochaber


Glen Nevis Caravan and Camping Park

Glen Nevis Caravan and Camping Park

Our award-winning caravan and camping park is set in the midst of spectacular Highland scenery at the foot of Ben Nevis. Explore Glen Nevis on the many footpaths that wind through forests and alongside the River Nevis or relax on our park and enjoy the views, fresh mountain air and our excellent facilities.

We are ideally placed for hillwalking and hiking the path up Ben Nevis is nearby as is the West Highland Way and the surrounding mountains provide opportunities for hiking at all levels of ability.

Bunroy Park Caravan and Camping Site

Bunroy Park Caravan and Camping Site

In the heart of excellent walking country, with many Munros within easy reach, Bunroy Park is a quiet and secluded site, sheltered by mature woodland on the bank of the River Spean. It's an ideal base for touring the Highlands and West Coast. As well as camping and caravan pitches there are 2 camping pods. Site open from Easter to the end of October. Only a 10 minute walk to the village shop in Roy Bridge and even nearer to the railway station and the local hotels.

Sunnyside Croft Touring Site, Arisaig

Sunnyside Croft Touring Site    Arisaig

40 pitch Touring and Camping Site located just north of Arisaig village. 21st Century facilities, family run and an ideal base for exploring 'The Outdoor Capital of the UK'.

Open from 1st February to 31st October inclusive and with beach access. Toilet block with underfloor heating throughout, showers, hairdryers, family bathroom, disabled room, dishwashing area with microwave and ice pack freezer. Laundry room. Shop on site. Covered seating area, local information, recycling. Grass pitches for tents and hard standings available. All pitches with optional 16amp electric hook up. OS Grid Ref: NM652 889

Riverside Campsite, Kinlochleven

Riverside Campsite    Kinlochleven

Campsite ideally situated in Kinlochleven, nestled at the foot of mountains and the head of Loch Leven. You can stay in one of the most scenic spots in Scotland, with easy access either north or south to almost every facility you need.

30 camping pitches with own toilet black facilities (ladies and gents) include 6 power showers, drying room with industrial de-humidifier, covered area for cooking and pot washing.

Resipole Holiday Park, near Salen

Resipole Holiday Park    near Salen

The touring park enjoys wonderful views over Loch Sunart across to the Morvern Hills. The level and spacious park offers all the facilities to guarantee a peaceful and stress free experience.

The modern, well maintained facilities and friendliness of the park all contribute to ensure you and your family enjoy a peaceful and relaxing holiday. A welcome relief from the rigors of modern living. A haven for wildlife the loch side location means a variety of sea birds, seals and otters can be seen by the patient observer. From the surrounding woods and hills red deer, foxes, badgers and pine martens are regular visitors.

Faichemard Farm Caravan & Camping Site, near Invergarry

Faichemard Farm Caravan & Camping Site    near Invergarry

Come and enjoy the unique experience of visiting this EXCLUSIVELY FOR ADULTS (18+) site, where peace and quiet prevails, which has been run by our family since 1935. We have 35 pitches which are spread over 10 acres. We guarantee no crowding even in high season. Every pitch has its own picnic table. On A87 at Invergarry turn right at sign for 'Faichem'. Follow signs written in green. Turn right at our sign, 'A & D Grant.

Red Squirrel Campsite, Glencoe
Pets by arrangement

Red Squirrel Campsite    Glencoe

Red Squirrel Campsite, camping site with campfires. Glencoe, near Fort William, Ben Nevis. There's 22 acres for camping on. Just turn up. Glencoe, PH49 4HX. Telephone: +44 (0) 1855 811256.

Red Squirrel was founded in 1984 when the Glen was inhabited by Red Squirrels, which are now rare. People were camping where Red Squirrel Campsite is now, since last century. Hugh MacColl found a horseshoe embedded in a tree he cut in 1970. It looked like one used by Gypsies. There is a written record of camping prices dating back to 1914.

Glencoe Mountain Campsite

Glencoe Mountain Campsite

The campsite at Glencoe Mountain Resort, situated on Rannoch Moor, 1 mile before the Kings House Hotel, enjoys stunning views towards Buchaille Etive Mor. Facilities include showers, drying rooms and large fully licensed cafe serving home cooked food between 8.30am and 8pm. Plots for 20 tents, 10 microlodges and hook ups for 10 campervans. The campsite is part of the Glencoe ski centre so there is plenty to do with chairlift rides, downhill and XC biking and archery available in summer and snow sports in winter. Open 365 days a year.

The Macdonald Hotel Campsite, Kinlochleven
Pets by arrangement

The Macdonald Hotel Campsite    Kinlochleven

The MacDonald Hotel is sited where the West Highland Way begins its climb towards Fort William, at the foot of the Mamore mountains.

The campsite is to the rear of the hotel on level grassy lawns, only 100 metres from the West Highland Way. From this prime location the campsite enjoys fantastic views down Loch Leven. Space for 11 2-man tent pitches. Toilets, free hot showers, token operated laundry facilities, potwash cabin and drying room. Meals including breakfast and packed lunch available from the hotel.

Bogha Caol Ard, Kilchoan, Ardnamurchan

Bogha Caol Ard    Kilchoan    Ardnamurchan

Pronounced bo cool ard, our campsite on the edge of Kilchoan has stunning views down the Sound of Mull. It is the only campsite at the western end of the Ardnamurchan Peninsular to have it own toilet and shower facilities. The facilities are in an original stone byre which has recently been renovated. Facilities include two electric showers (no extra charge) and two toilets, the washbasins in all cubicles have hot water. Opened in 2005 the campsite is part of an ongoing development which includes a small Study Centre. All pitches are level though the site slopes down to the sea.


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