|Lazy Duck Camping, Hostel and Off Grid Huts
Campers have been welcome since the autumn of 2002 and the opening of the Speyside Way. A very peaceful site in grounds of a small hostel, can accommodate up to four two-man tents or their equivalent for a few nights. Campers have the use of a flush toilet and washbasin, hot water, washing up and bush shower, campfire area, picnic table and use of a wet weather shelter for cooking in if necessary. We also have a wood fired hot tub and sauna.
Rating: 4.42 (33 votes)
|Windhaven Cafe, Camping and B&B
We are the most northerly campsite and B&B on the UK mainland. The cafe is also the most northerly cafe on the NC500, on your way to Dunnet Head Lighthouse.
The site overlooks Brough Bay where you can sit and view the seals from our seal viewing point.
Back in the 1930s Windhaven was the most northerly Post Office and shop on the UK mainland, until it closed down in the 1960s.
We are a family run business, run by Clare & Phil, with a
Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
|Port A Bhaigh Am Fuaran Bar Altandhu
There is now an official site called Port A Bhaigh located on the owners' croft next to the bar accomodating both tents and motorhomes. The campsite can accommodate 42 caravan/motorhomes on level hard stands with 26 of them having electrical hook ups and ample space for 50 tents.
The toilet, shower and laundry block has a very open and airy feel and is available for the site occupants to use 24 hrs, as is the chemical toilet disposal unit.
Rating: 4.11 (9 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)
|Sands Caravan and Camping Park
Sands Caravan and Camping Park is situated on the beautiful west coast of the Highlands of Scotland with unsurpassed views of the Isle of Skye and Outer Hebrides. The ideal location for the holiday of your choice.
The caravan and camping park is run on an informal basis, the site is divided into two main areas one for camping and one for caravan's. Giving you the freedom to choose your own spot anywhere in the camping or caravan area.
Rating: 4.59 (39 votes)
|Ardtower Caravan Park
This newly constructed Caravan & Camping Park nestles into the crest of the hillside. We are conveniently situated mid-distance between Inverness City centre and the world famous Culloden Battle field. Just a five minutes drive on the B9006 to the main artery A9 Motorway.
Every one of the 80 pitches has an uninterrupted view towards the Bonnie Black Isle and the stunning mountains and hills beyond, plus 180 degree stunning unbeatable views of
Rating: 0.00 (0 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)
|Caolasnacon Caravan and Camping Park
Touring site for caravans and campervans. Located 3 miles from Kinlochleven on the road south to Glencoe. Quiet site in a lovely location on the shore of Loch Leven. Whilst we don't have a specific area we do allow campfires as long as they are not on the grass (plenty room on the shore) and a lot of our visitors like to have fires and BBQs there.
Rating: 4.08 (22 votes)
|Isle of Eigg Wild Camping
To comply with Scottish Outdoor Access Code, camping access rights are extending to wild camping provided camping is lightweight, done in small numbers and only for two or three nights in any one place. Avoid any problems arising for local people, especially farmers and crofters, by not camping in enclosed fields of crops or farm animals and by keeping well away from buildings, roads or historic structures. All litter, pollution and traces of
Rating: 2.90 (2 votes)
|Badaguish Centre Camping For Groups
There's lots of space for camping here in the 6 acres of grassland and the site can accommodate any size of group up to 100. Best suited to youth and organised groups. Available with or without
self-catering facilities (when available), you couldn't ask for a
better spot to pitch your tent
and enjoy the fantastic scenery that surrounds you.
The site has good, modern on-site facilities, lots of open space, access to many
Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
|Kinlochewe Caravan Club Site
NO TENTS on this small and intimate site, all stone hardstandings, in a peaceful position at the foot of the rugged slopes of Ben Eighe, at the end of a beautiful drive along the valley from Achnasheen. This is a magic place, where the world slows down to walking pace and you with it. The grandeur and spectacle of the area cannot be overstated; it's a rare and special place with glittering lochs, lush woodland and mountains and a paradise
Rating: 4.30 (6 votes)
|Cannich Caravan and Camping Site
Six acre peaceful site within Scots pine and birchwood woodlands. At the head of Glen Affric (probably the best Glen in Scotland).Five minute walk to shops and pub. Pitches are flat with picnic benches. Indoor dishwashing and TV room for kids.
The site is now OPEN ALL YEAR for camping and tourers offering heated toilet/shower room and an on site cafe which is open each day from 9am till 5 pm.
Rating: 4.61 (24 votes)
|Loch Ness Shores Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Situated on the shore at Lower Foyers this modern and well managed site is both in an ideal location for any holiday in the heart of the Highlands and close to Loch Ness.
The site boasts modern facilities and full information can be found on the weblink.
We are currently awaiting full information and images from the owners of the site which we hope to post here soon.
Rating: 4.80 (1 votes)
|Portmahomack Caravan Site
This small caravan site situated right on the shores of the Dornoch Firth on the East coast of the Highlands of Scotland. This site offers a ideal location for bringing your touring caravan for a perfect holiday. With only 35 vans maximum, you'll find yourself among a small , friendly group of caravanners, many of whom return year after year.
The site is set on land belonging to the local church and the camping funds go to support the
Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
|Dornoch Firth Caravan Park
5 miles south of Dornoch located centrally for touring the Northern Highlands.Convenient for coastal walks and exploration. Many recreational opportunities locally. Bar and restaurant very close to site. Shop 2 miles.Secluded tent area. Usual facilities. See website for specific opening dates for tourers and tents. Caravan and motorhomes are accepted all year round while tents area is open from April to October.
Rating: 3.87 (3 votes)
|Faichemard Farm Caravan and Camping Site
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
Rating: 4.09 (11 votes)
|Sunnyside Croft Touring Site
Family run 40 pitch touring and camping site, located in 'The Outdoor Capital of the UK'. Close to Arisaig, Morar and Mallaig village and harbour.
21st Century facilities, Beach access.
This West Coast of the Scottish Highlands location is the ideal base for exploring the surrounding area or as a stopover when touring the Highlands and Islands - see weblink above for full information on facilities. David Bellamy Conservation Scheme
Rating: 4.55 (12 votes)
The Campsite at Glencoe Mountain Resort is set in an area of astounding natural beauty within a site of special scientific interest for Golden Eagles. With stunning views towards the Buchaille Etive Mor and Rannoch Moor you are guaranteed a spectacular view to wake up to. On site we have 10 microlodges, 10 camper/caravan hook-up points, 20 camping plots, showers (Â£1 for 5 mins), drying rooms and an onsite cafÃ© with a fully licensed bar.
Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
|Rothiemurchus Estate Wild Camping
Rothiemurchus estates have established two wild camping areas in order to encourage responsible wild camping. The first designated area is at Loch an Eilein next to the car park. Grid Ref NH 897 084. It has a basic toilet block which is open during the summer but may close at other times. Campers should therefore prepare for there being no facilities. This area is open to tent campers and motorhomes.
The second area is for wild tent camping
Rating: 1.67 (3 votes)
|Invercaimbe Caravan and Campsite
This is a small family run caravan site with 20 mixed pitches situated close to the village of Arisaig and overlooking the Hebridean Islands of Eigg Rhum and Skye. There is a sandy beach and sheltered sea inlet on two sides providing a safe paddling, swimming and boating environment. The site is free draining sandy soil and has level firm standing suitable for motorhomes and caravans alike.
Facilites consist of toilets, showers, laundry &
Rating: 3.98 (9 votes)
|Kinloid Caravan Park
Two-acre split-level site.
Facilities include a toilet block, with showers along with an adjacent laundrette with washing machine and tumble dryer. Owners Mr and Mrs Gillies. Ordnance Survey Sheet 40 Grid Ref 662,878
Rating: 2.53 (3 votes)