Glen Nevis Caravan & Camping Park
Glen Nevis, Fort William, Highland, PH33 6SX
At the foot of Ben Nevis, in the valley between the mountains, with spectacular views.
At the foot of Ben Nevis in Scotland, in the valley between the mountains, nestles Glen Nevis Caravan and Camping Park. Being surrounded by mountains, the view is spectacular. It is ideally placed for exploring the surrounding countryside and for dog walking there are innumerable paths from which to choose.
For the really fit there is the climb up Ben Nevis that starts just across the road from the site. The less strenuous West Highland Way can be found on the opposite side of the site and there are various other paths along the river.
In addition there are many interesting places to visit nearby; comprehensive information can be found at the reception. For motorhome owners who prefer to keep their unit on site and choose public transport, the site’s reception office has a timetable of the bus service that runs regularly to Fort William, which stops just outside the entrance.
Though it is a large campsite, shrubs cleverly separate it into various areas providing privacy and a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere.
On site you can enjoy:
- Toilets and showers
- Well stocked shop
- Restaurant and bar
- Grass and hardstanding pitches
- Electric hook-up
- Fully serviced pitches
- Snack van (late May to September)
- Dog walking and exercise areas
- Play area
- Facilities for the disabled
Trip Advisor Reviews
Summer stay 02/03/2020
We stayed at this campsite for 3 nights in August 2019 and loved it! The views were amazing and the facilities were just as good. Hot showers, a large amount of toilets and sinks so you were never...
September Summit 12/02/2020
Stayed at site in September, immaculate site, well laid out, ideal location,well stocked shop, friendly staff. We camped in order to summit Ben Nevis. Weather turned, high winds and torrential rain...
Excellent Everything! 23/11/2019
I stayed here 50 years ago when I was about 5 and still remember trying to catch Rainbow Trout with a fishing net in the River Nevis opposite. Fast forward 50 years and the campsite is doing a great...