Picturesque site right on the Moray Firth, close to Chanonry Point - mecca for dolphin watchers. Basic facilities available.
Welcome to this friendly and informal family run park of about 10 acres, set in a tranquil glen with fine views of the surrounding forests, hills and heather moors, yet conveniently located only 8 miles south of Inverness, with several other popular destinations being within an easy drive.
In the heart of the Highlands, Auchnahillin provides a convenient base for touring the region, being close to many attractions and amenities, and is ideally situated for many pursuits or just a relaxing break in the countryside close to nature.
Riverside caravan and campsite is ideally situated for great walking and is centrally located for travelling to the whole of the Highlands and Islands.
There are great walks across the road from the campsite but also several Munros and Corbets within easy reach of our site including Ben Wyvis. Our site is also frequented by Red Kites and Buzzards and a short walk away is the famous Rogie Falls with regular sightings of Salmon leaping depending on time of year.
We have a Certificated 5 van site (CS) with the Camping and Caravanning Club (members only) which is open from 1st April - 30th September, although if you are passing before then, and would like to stopover, please email us - I am sure we will be able to accommodate you. If you are not a member you can join when you come!
Parking is hard and flat with views of the surrounding hills including Stac Gorm and Brin Rock. Fresh drinking water is available. There is a shower that may be available for use by visitors, although there will be specific times for this and there will be a charge.
Bught Caravan Park and Campsite has excellent facilities and is next to Inverness Aquadome, and within 15 minutes walk of Inverness City Centre. Situated on the edge of beautiful Bught Park, just off the A82 Inverness-Fort William Road, which runs along the edge of Loch Ness, this family site has been graded with three stars by the Highlands of Scotland Tourist Board.