Your van can be parked almost at the waters edge of Loch Linnhe, and your caravan window will be filled with its beauty and the splendour of the mountains across the water. This must be one of the Club's loveliest sites in scenic terms: it is, quite literally, breathtaking. You'll spend a day or two acclimatizing to all this natural beauty and trying out your fishing rod on the loch before you even want to explore. When you do, you could try a visit to Ben Nevis. You can take a cable car to the upper terminal (2,300ft) of the Aonach Mor Mountain, for fabulous views of the whole mountain range, the Great Glen and the islands of Skye and Rhum, and take a guided mountain walk if you wish. On another day, visit Glencoe - you'll find it eery and exciting and everyone should know the story behind the famous Massacre, still legendary after three centuries.Open from:
Non members admitted
Dog walk nearby
Aonach Mor Mountain
Treasure of the East
Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary
Based on 3 review(s)
South Ayrshire 03 Sep 2020
What a treasure of a site. Immaculate facilities and glorious setting on Loch Linnhe. Perfect place to base yourself for some Highland sightseeing. Loved it. Would return and would recommend in a heartbeat.
INVERCLYDE 27 May 2011
A little oasis of calm - this little site is in a beautiful setting with stunning lochside views. It is spotlessly maintained and the wardens are so friendly and helpful. Even though it was busy it did not feel crowded at all. Families with children are welcome as are well behaved pets - we will be back!
Dumfries and Galloway 20 Nov 2010
Bunree is a excellent site for everyone, situated off the main A82 road about 8 miles south of fort william. Entrance to the site is down a single track road that is controlled by traffic lights to avoid congestion. The site is right on the shores of loch linnhe with spectacular views across to the surrounding hills. The park has all the amenities you need, even a fish and chip van visits twice a week. There is a dog walk on site, stroll along the shore, take in the evening sunsets and a play area for the kids, and all this just a stones throw from your caravan. Approx one mile from the site you can board a small car ferry which will take you the short crossing across the loch and you only pay for the car . Close by you have Fort William, Glen Coe and Oban is around an hour away. And you are close to the road to the isles which will take you to Mallaig passing Glennfinnan viaduct seen in the harry potter films. At Mallaig you can cross over to the isle of skye which is a 30 min crossing.