Camping and overnight parking
We have a Certificated 5 van site (CS) with the Camping and Caravanning Club (members only) which is now open all year round, weather permitting. Please phone us on 01808 521288 or email email@example.com - I am sure we will be able to accommodate you. If you are not a member you can join when you come.
Guide price: Motorhome - £9.00 (with EHU)
Well behaved pets are welcome.
Set in an idyllic, secluded, rural location with stunning scenery we have space for up to 5 motorhomes on hard pitches, and 10 tents on grass. Loch Ness is 10 miles away; Inverness, 12 miles; Cairngorm National Park, 30 minutes; RSPB reserve at Loch Ruthven, 2 miles; National Trust for Scotland Culloden Battlefield, 15 miles; Dolphin cruises, 12 miles. The area is good for walking, fishing, climbing, cycling.
Facilities include water, electric hook-up for 2 vans and chemical toilet disposal point. There is a bus stop adjacent to site.
We are situated 7 miles (it may seem longer) from A9 at Daviot - allow 15 minutes - and about 20 miles from A82 at Fort Augustus - allow 50 mins. It is a very scenic drive - particularly from Fort Augustus -but some of the road is single track.
Parking is hard and flat with views of the surrounding hills including Stac Gorm and Brin Rock.
We will be holding another "Highland Gathering”and a "Minimeet" in 2013 - so why not join us!
We also welcome visitors in motorhomes to use the nursery as a stopover, by prior arrangement. We are members of various internet motorhome forums including www.britstops.com Stopovers in the car park are very informal and completely separate from the CS. The area used for stopovers is not a "campsite" as such, but space, in a rural setting to park a van overnight.
There will be no charge for members of Britstops to park in the car park overnight.
Our main car park is available for one night only and we ask you to leave by midday. The entrance to this is narrow - but the oil tanker gets in so there shouldn't be too many motorhomes that don't!
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.
Fresh drinking water is available.
Plants can be bought anytime during daylight hours but there is no obligation to buy. Breakfast may be available, by arrangement.
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.
We are busy people and are not always able to answer the telephone. Therefore our preferred method of communication, if you require further infomation, is by email firstname.lastname@example.org or PM, from a forum. We will respond as soon as we can.