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This friendly, family run site lies in a quiet, picturesque location at the foot of Glen Duror. The park is well sheltered and is a real sun trap in the summer months. A track, which is part of the Sustrans cycle network, has recently been constructed and runs parallel to the park. It is an excellent, safe route for walking your dog, jogging and cycling and will eventually join up with the Ballahulish and Appin routes.
We currently have 2 Camping Pods situated in a quiet corner of the site. These are essentially wooden tents and are designed for ‘Camping in the 21st century’. All you need to do is bring your sleeping bags, food, tea and coffee etc. Camp beds/Blow up mattresses, chairs, plates, cutlery, mugs, stove, cooking utensils and a table are all provided. There is light and a heater in the Pods and they are well insulated.
And finally...... no wet tents to take down at the end of the trip! What more could you ask?
Our site welcomes Motor homes, Caravans, Trailer tents, Tents and even American sized RV's. Dogs are also welcome.
The shower block incorporates waterless urinals and shaver points in the Gents, hair dryer in the ladies and automatic lighting, self closing taps, central heating and insect mesh screens in the double glazed window units. We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our facilities and they are checked numerous times throughout the day. The disabled toilet also includes baby changing facilities.
The ‘campers’ kitchen includes sinks for food prep and dishes, a sink for hand washing clothes, washing machine and tumble dryer, fridge freezer, toaster, kettle, microwave and a small reading library where you can exchange your books and magazines.
The Park is licensed for 40 touring pitches (big pitch sizes), of which 37 have electrical hook-ups, WiFi is available on request.
We are open all year, with the exception of one week, 16th Jan - 24th Jan.
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Leisure on park
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on park
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
Propane/gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
Barbecue grills allowed
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Lake and/or mountain
Horseback riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Convenience store nearby
Public transportation nearby
Medium (26-50 sites)
Jumbo tent sites
- Coach stations
Duror (Highland): Hotel Road End Coach Stop
— 0.7 kilometres
0.7 kilometres Ballachulish: Ballachulish Hotel Coach Stop — 6.8 kilometres
6.8 kilometres Onich: Post Office Coach Stop — 6.8 kilometres
- Train stations
Fort William Rail Station
— 21.7 kilometres
21.7 kilometres Connel Ferry Rail Station — 22.9 kilometres
22.9 kilometres Locheilside Rail Station — 23.2 kilometres
- Ferry ports
Ardgour Ferry Terminal
— 8.4 kilometres
8.4 kilometres Nether Lochaber Ferry Terminal — 8.5 kilometres
8.5 kilometres Port Appin Ferry Terminal — 13.8 kilometres
Oban (North Connel) Airport
— 21.8 kilometres
Approaching on the A82, take the A828 at the Ballachulish bridge roundabout for 5 Miles. At the village of Duror, the site is on the left. Watch for the sign.
Approaching from Oban, take the A828 over Connel Bridge for 20 miles. At the village of Duror, the site is on the right. Watch for the sign.
The campsite provides an ideal base for local attractions such as the Nevis Range, Glen Coe, the Jacobite Steam Train (as seen in the Harry Potter films), the Cave of Sculls (which is the deepest cave in Scotland) and Cuil Bay.
For those of you who enjoy light exercise, there are many varied walks up and around the Glen, which are adjacent to the park.
For the more adventurous, the area, which is known as the outdoor capital of the UK, has many outdoor pursuit activities which include Walking, Climbing, Sailing, Diving, Mountain Biking and Canoeing.
- Glencoe Visitor Centre (8.6 kilometres)
- West Highland Museum (21.2 kilometres)
- Treasures of the Earth (23.5 kilometres)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.