Staying under canvas or in a caravan or motor home is a great way to experience the wilds of Ardnamurchan. Immerse yourself in the great outdoors and stay in one of the lovely wee campsites in the Ardnamurchan area.

Head out west and pitch your tent in one of the remote coastal campsites on the Ardnamurchan peninsula with stunning views towards the Hebridean Island of Mull, Coll and Tiree. A great choice for exploring Ardnamurchan Point and Lighthouse, Sanna Bay and Tobermory on the Isle of Mull.

Head south and explore the charming campsite at Fuirnary on the Morvern peninsulas. This delightful coastal campsite is ideally located to allow you to explore the remote Morvern Peninsula on foot, bike and car. You are not far the village of Lochaline where you can take a ferry to explore the beautiful Isle of Mull and Iona.

Go glamping and stay around Strontian on the shores of Loch Sunart with campsites catering for tents, caravans and motor homes as well as camping pods and lodges for a more luxurious stay. Strontian is a great base to explore Ardnamurchan, Moidart and Movern with ready access to Ariundle National Nature Reserve and Ben Resipole.

Fire up the barbeque, eat and sleep under the stars, and simply enjoy being Wild About Ardnamurchan.



 ( Ardnamurchan Peninsula )
nearest village:  Kilchoan
Ardnamurchan Campsite
PH36 4LL
tel: 01972 510766

The Ardnamurchan Campsite is situated just outside the Village of Kilchoan on the southern coast of The Ardnamurchan Pennsula on croft land sloping gently down to the sea shore. The campsite has 25 terraced pitches, nine of which are located just above high water mark allowing you to attune to the rhythm of the coast. Electric hook up is available on several of the pitches. There is a shower block, fridge and washing up facilities on site and information about the local area is provided in the recreation/study room. The campsite provides free Wifi though 4G mobile coverage is also available to EE network subscribers.

Access to the campsite is along a narrow road so the campsite…


 ( Ardnamurchan Peninsula )
nearest village:  Kilchoan
Lochan nan al Campsite
PH36 4LL
tel: 07435 624280

Watch out for wild fowl on the wee tidal lochan in front of Lochan nan al campsite during the spring and early summer months. Translated from Gaelic as The Small Loch of Broods, this is a good place to look for otters too throughout the year. Kilchoan, with a hotel and bar is a pleasant 15 minute walk away as are the ancient standing stones of Greadal Fhinn and the historic ruins of St Comghan's Church.

The Lochan nan al campsite has pitches for 20 tents and 9 level hard standing pitches for motor homes and caravans up to 15m in length. Electric hookups are available for motorhomes. Shower and toilet facilities are available next to the nearby Ferry stores and cost £1 per shower…

nearest village:  Lochaline
PA34 5XU
tel: 01967 421225

Head out to this hideaway campsite overlooking the Sound of Mull to enjoy a relaxing holiday on the Morvern Peninsula. Make a wish at nearby Clach na Criche, or head out Drimnin way and take a trek over to Loch Teacuis and Loch Sunart in search of otters. The village of Lochaline is just three miles away or so, and has shop, post office, bars, restaurants and is the terminal for regular ferry sailings to Fishnish on The isle of Mull.

This exclusive hideaway is only open to members of The Camping and Caravan Club. Campervans, caravans and tents too are welcome here on the grass and hardstanding pitches. There is a shower and toilet block as well as dishwashing facilities and…


 ( Sunart )
nearest village:  Strontian
Sunart Camping
PH36 4HZ
tel: 01967 402080

Set in the village of Strontian The Sunart Camping Site is just a short walk away from village facilities including shop, hotel/bar, post office, restaurant and cafe. The Sunart Camping site is an ideal base from which to explore the wonders of Sunart including The Atlantic Oakwoods at Ariundle,The old Strontian mines, Loch Shiel at Polloch and Loch Sunart as well as the wildlife wonders of Ardnamurchan, Moidart and Morvern.

The level site caters for tents and touring caravans and has electric hookups, laundry faclities, and a motor home service point. The onsite Bothy provides a great place to meet with other guests whilst relaxing by the log burning stove or playing a board…