The perfect place to pitch when exploring the Isle of Skye. A beautiful new campsite (opening June 2018) in a peaceful woodland setting on the outskirts of Broadford village. 5 minute walk to shops, pubs, restaurants, bus stop. 26 motorhome / caravan hard-standing pitches, each with electric hook-up and individual BBQ / awning area. Tent pitches will be available from 2020 - we're waiting for the grass to grow!
Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
|Camus More Campsite
Quiet site beside the seaside. Spectacular views over to the Western Isles - watch the ferry sail past. Fantastic spot for watching wildlife or for walking and weather permitting, a spectaular place to see the sun set. Toilet block, fresh water and indoor area with electric.
Rating: 3.85 (8 votes)
Glenbrittle Campsite is the ideal campsite if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of busy life; it has no mobile signal as it is 7 miles at the end of a single track road - but who needs a mobile when you have fantastic scenery surrounding you in every direction
The site now has over 30 electric hook-up pitches, there are 150 tent pitches all located near our beautiful sandy Glenbrittle beach
The shop/cafÃ©/reception area is now home
Rating: 4.06 (24 votes)
Situated at the foot of the spectacular mountains, the Five Sisters of Kintail, Shiel Bridge Caravan Park is often people's first stop in Lochalsh. The campsite has undergone recent upgrades to enhance the quality of the services including a facility block offering hot water 24/7, toilets, a disabled toilet and showers, also an area for dish and hand washing .
Rating: 3.58 (12 votes)
|Isle of Raasay
You used to be allowed to camp at the outdoor centre on Rassay but in 2007 we were advised this facility is no longer available and as a result we have removed our detailed listing.
Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
Family owned and run by Peggy and Colin Campbell. Site on 7 acres at head of Loch Dunvegan. Near to castle and other facilities of shops and pub. Contact site in relation to disabled facilities.
Rating: 4.32 (31 votes)
|Morvich Caravan Club Site
Morvich has all the amenities for an ideal family holiday base. The site is on the level valley floor, while all around there are hills and mountains and the most dazzling scenery, much of it owned by the National Trust for Scotland. The fact that so much land is owned by the National Trust and that much of this area has been designated as a National Scenic Area by the Countryside Commission will raise your expectations. They will not be
Rating: 4.09 (7 votes)
|Moyle Park Campsite
Moyle Park Campsite is situated on a working croft in a remote glen in beautiful Wester Ross. Excellent opportunities exist for hillwalkers; the Five Sisters of Kintail, Falls of Glomach, South Cluanie Ridge, Forcan Ridge, the Saddle and Ben Sgritheal to name but a few of the more popular walks in the area.
The site has five hard standings and space for tents. Fresh water is available and there is a chemical disposal point. Toilet and shower
Rating: 2.80 (1 votes)
3 acre site on Staffin Road heading north from Portree. This site is a pleasant 15 min walk from Portree which is the main town on Skye. The site is on a hill with great views. 2 toilet blocks which have disabled facilities. The Weblink above gives access to Torvaig Campsite website.
Rating: 3.99 (14 votes)
|Reraig Caravan Site
Small established family run caravan site. 4 miles from Skye Bridge and ideal base for exploring Torridon, Applecross and Glenelg. Close to shop & post office. Small tents ARE allowed. The site is not suitable for motor homes longer than 7.5 m / 25 ft.
Rating: 4.57 (6 votes)
|Skye Camping and Caravanning Club Site
This picturesque campsite located on the Isle of Skye is right on the shore or Loch Greshornish providing fantastic views. The campsite is on a working croft so you'll have Highland Cattle and sheep grazing nearby. There are also hens and ducks wandering about and you can buy freshly laid eggs from the on-site shop.
There are 105 pitches with a mix of grass and hardstanding. Facilities include an amenity block with hot showers,
Rating: 3.74 (14 votes)
|Sligachan Campsite Skye
Situated at the head of Loch Sligachan next to the hotel. Seamus bar at the hotel does bar meals and serves real ale. This is the main site to the North of the Cuillins and is an ideal base for walking and climbing. For further info contact Sandy Coghill at the Sligachan Hotel on the above number.
Rating: 3.15 (17 votes)
Tranquil relaxed site in the North of Skye ideal for Trotternish Ridge and all its geology. New facilities. Pitches are also available for tents in sheltered flat locations. Walking distance to shore, shop & resraurant.
Rating: 3.86 (7 votes)