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West Highland Way Campsite

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General

  • Spectacularly scenic lakeside site on the West Highland Way trail
  • A 20-minute drive from Loch Lomond; 30 from Glasgow; 40 from Stirling
  • Barbecues allowed and breakfast included in price

If you’re fond of Scottish wilderness, wildlife and hillside hiking paths, then it’s highly recommended that you hunker down at this Blanefield site, for it’s right on the West Highland Way walking route and within easy reach of the Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling – plus the waters of Loch Lomond too.

Cue pics, because the views are utterly sensational from here: West Highland Way Campsite looks out over a lake as well as heather-covered hills in the near distance. This is a remote area with lots of outdoor adventuring to try, such as horse riding via the centre two miles away in Strathblane, or fishing for salmon and trout at Allander Water five miles away. Or head to Loch Lomond for more fishing, several hiking trails around the lake, and kayak and boat hire; it's an easy 20 minutes' drive away.

Back at base, set up for days’ worth of angling at the neighbouring lake, and fire up the barbecue when suitably famished. At night, keep your cockles warm with a campfire, and as the cinders smoulder away, sit back and enjoy the dark skies above: this site’s remote locale makes for some pretty sterling stargazing. Once it's light again, fuel up for the day ahead by joining fellow guests for breakfast (it's all thrown in with the price of your stay).

Also on the park (an excellent idea in Scotland's land of midges), are two high-tech midge repellers shipped in from the US: the owners now reckon this might be the only site in Scotland that's now midge free.

Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award AA 5 pennants

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9.3

Overall rating based on 3 reviews

 

67% would recommend this site to a friend.

67% would stay here again.

 

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Make sure you ask for all toilet facilities!!08/05/2019

Reviewer's country: United KingdomAnonymousMobile phone iconConfirmed

  • Fully-serviced grass tent or trailer tent pitch
  • Recommend to friends   Visit again
  • Liked: 

    Location

    Disliked: 

    Wooded camping area to pitch a tent instead of grass which we had booked.

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A wonderful, dog and human friendly site with good facilities.07/27/2019

Reviewer's country: United KingdomAnthony S.Mobile phone iconConfirmed

  • Fully-serviced grass tent or trailer tent pitch
  • Recommend to friends   Visit again
  • Liked: 

    A friendly welcome to a wonderfully relaxed hotel that was more an open home. Guests mingled together and shared conversation and stories. There was a choice of camping area and the option for an open fire. Dinner was good and breakfast an open buffet. Beautiful views glimpsed through the trees as falcons, eagles and swifts flew above. A great place to stop on a long walk.

    Disliked: 

    The shower room was ‘work in progress’

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Lovely welcoming clean place.07/27/2019

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  • 1 bedroom cabin
  • Recommend to friends   Visit again
  • Liked: 

    Very friendly place, home from home for our dog (no need to be on lead constantly) and everything you could possibly need was there for using.

    Disliked: 

    Could possibly do with more toilets/showers

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Groups welcome

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Rallies welcome

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Single-sex groups welcome

Student groups welcome

Rules

Barbecue grills allowed

Barbecue provided

Campfires allowed

Commercial vehicles allowed

Dogs allowed

Dogs allowed all year

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Spectacular scenery

Wild camping

Wildlife haven

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No drinkable water point

No hot water

No running water

Propane/gas cylinders available

Recycling available

Renewable energy

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Bar nearby

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Nearby farmers' market

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Location

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  • 1 Ardoch House Hotel, Blanefield, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, G63 9AW
  • Timezone Europe/London GMT (GMT+00:00)   GPS 55.9891°N 4.3354°W

Nearest transport

Coach stations
Clydebank: Great Western Road Coach Stop — 9.0 kilometres
Drumchapel: Drumry Roundabout Coach Stop — 9.6 kilometres
Anniesland Cross: Coach Stop — 11.1 kilometres
Train stations
Milngavie Rail Station — 5.5 kilometres
Hillfoot Rail Station — 7.7 kilometres
Bearsden Rail Station — 8.0 kilometres
Ferry ports
Clydebank Ferry Landing — 11.3 kilometres
Clydebank Ferry Landing — 11.3 kilometres
Yoker Ferry Terminal — 11.7 kilometres
Airports
Glasgow International Airport — 15.3 kilometres

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Local attractions

Several active options are within easy reach: as well the West Highland Way and nearby horse riding, the site is 20 minutes’ drive from a golf course eight miles north of Glasgow near the village of Torrance.

For something water-based, Allander water is five miles away for salmon and trout fishing while the south-eastern shores of lovely Loch Lomond are a 20-minute drive away. As well as fishing, visitors can rent themselves a vessel to investigate the island, where a picnic area awaits: do bag lots of local produce to take along...

If you’re planning on sticking to land-based activities in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, plenty of hiking trails lie around the loch and the wider lands for sunset strolls, or you could hike up a munro, tramp around wild glens, or cycle over the Duke’s Pass.

Climbing, bouldering and mountaineering are all popular around the national park too: head to (among many other spots) the mountains around the coastal village of Arrochar for cross-grade summer and winter climbing.

Must see

  • Glasgow Botanic Gardens (12.7 kilometres)
  • Clydebuilt (Scottish Maritime Museum Braehead) (12.7 kilometres)
  • Hunterian Art Gallery (13.4 kilometres)

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Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel.

  • Does West Highland Way Campsite have a swimming pool? No View all features
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  • What attractions are near West Highland Way Campsite? Several active options are within easy reach: as well the West Highland Way and nearby horse riding, the site is 20 minutes’ drive from a golf course eight miles north of Glasgow … Read more
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