Glen Nevis Caravan & Camping Park Fort William, Highland, Scotland, PH33 6SX (Location map)
15th March to 5th November
"Our award-winning caravan and camping park is set in the midst of spectacular Highland scenery at the foot of Ben Nevis. Explore Glen Nevis on the many footpaths that wind through forests and alongside the River Nevis or relax on our park and enjoy the views and fresh mountain air.
We manage a peaceful park with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and pride ourselves in the quality of our facilities and landscaping. Our expansive tent and caravan areas leave you plenty of space to find the perfect pitch and our restaurant and bar provides a comfortable place to relax and sample some delicious local food and drink.
Staying with us you get much more than our campsite. We have our own Highland Estate with grounds extending to over 1,000 acres and a herd of Pedigree Highland Cattle. Glen Nevis has lots of interesting walks, historical sites and natural habitats for you to explore and is an ideal base for discovering the Highlands.
Visit our website (glen-nevis.co.uk) to find out more about our campsite and book your pitch."
Staying with us in Glen Nevis gives you access to much more than our self catering and camping parks.
Highland Estate... Our own Highland Estate has grounds extending to over 1000 acres, fishing rights to the River Nevis, a natural woodland regeneration scheme incorporating over 40,000 trees and our own herd of pedigree Highland Cattle.
Historic Glen... Overlooked by the remnants of a vitrified Iron Age fort, Glen Nevis has a long, fascinating history with many historical sites for you to explore.
Walk, Cycle, Explore... There is a multitude of walks and cycle tracks available right at your doorstep and the path up the mighty Ben Nevis is a short walk away.
Experience Nature... There is a fascinating diversity of wildlife and natural habitats in Glen Nevis. Red squirrels, otters, golden eagles, salmon, pine martens and many more species live in the forests, rivers and mountains around us.
Film Location... Harry Potter played quidditch here and the opening scenes from Braveheart were filmed here.
The area offers an excellent variety of things to do and see from wildlife and sealife centres, boat cruises, visitor centres, castles, and historic sites to the Nevis Range mountain gondola, and much more.
Based on 4 review(s)
Fife 11 Aug 2013
My wife and I stayed here at the foot of Ben nevis for 3 nights in our motorhome, easy check in and large pitches, incredible views of Ben nevis, you can watch the Walkers on the mountain from site, good clean facilities, nice hot showers, food van on site, and easy reach of restraunt and a cafe near the hostel. 2 mile walk into fort william, overall brilliant site.
south devon 17 May 2011
This is one of the best camp sites I have ever stayed on. It was beautiful weather we climbed Ben nevis on the 4th of May one of the sunnist clearist days you would wish for. the staff were polite friendaly and helpful the site was immaculate and not really busy atall it was a totally magical stay the scenary was out of this world so much to see and do in the area I could have stayed forever thank you very much Ronnie and Dave Bray
Durham 22 Oct 2009
This was a very large site on our arrival the reception was very busy as it was throughout our stay. Staff were very friendly and efficient; we had paid a deposit for our pitch so glad I did as the site was full. The pitches run around a central grassed area where children and parents could play or have a BBQ. The site is well spread out and does not feel as big as it is although the tent field did look crowded. The facilities were plentiful and pleasant with piped music. Toilet and shower block clean and never anywhere near full. The shop is well stocked and a refreshment van is open on an evening for take always. There is plenty to do in the surrounding area and the setting of the site is wonderful cloud willing you can gaze up at Ben Nevis. Fort William has plenty of shops; Morrison’s next to the railway station is well stocked and cheap. The road up the Glen is worth a drive and when you can go no further walk another mile along the well trodden path to a most beautiful waterfall. Neptune’s staircase is a marvel of engineering the list goes on and on.One of the best sites I have stayed on anywhere. Glen Nevis Caravan & Camping Park, Fort William, Highland, Scotland
gloucestershire 13 Jul 2008
There are only good things to say about this site. The pitch was very large and on pebbles so no problems with mud. The facilities were excellent and clean. The staff were friendly and helpful. We will definitely be returning.
Aberdeenshire 09 Mar 2004
I've been visiting this park for the past three years. the only thing that changes is the weather. Very pleasent and helpful staff a real pleasure to holiday here.Scenery is awesome. Park very clean, plenty of room, modern toilet blocks.