Caolasnacon Caravan & Camping Park

UK Scotland Highlands Argyll & Bute

01855 831 279  Caolasnacon Caravan & Camping Park, Kinlochleven, Argyll PH50 4RJ

Stunning carvan and campsite on the banks of Loch Leven with epic mountain views

Caolasnacon Caravan & Camping Park sits in an ideal spot just outside Kinlochleven, only a few miles from otherworldly Glen Coe, on the southern bank of Loch Leven. This site features 18 (6-person) static caravans, plus plenty of space for tents, campervans, and touring caravans with 36 electrical hook-up points. Given the space and natural drama, the well-equipped site rarely feels too crowded. You can fish, paddle or kayak straight from the site, and the owners are ultra-friendly too, with proprietor Patsy Cameron at the helm. Camp fires are allowed too, so make sure to pack a wee dram to enjoy by firelight late into the Highland night.



Campfires allowed. Clean and efficient washrooms with decent showers. Not the most modern, but decent enough, with free hot water, toilets, washbasins, washing-up sinks, laundry and electric hook-ups. Gas can be obtained at the farm. Undercover chemical disposal point.

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, dogs, caravans, big groups, young groups – yes.


Canoeing on Loch Leven and world-class walking and climbing in Glen Coe (0844 4932222). Ice Factor (01855 831100) in Kinlochleven offers ice climbing and winter skills training year-round.

Food & Drink

The legendary Clachaig Inn (01855 811252) may infamously refuse to serve Campbells, but otherwise this is a welcoming Glen Coe pub amid epic mountain scenery. On the opposite shores of the eponymous loch, Lochleven Seafood Café (01855 821048) is one of Europe’s finest places to savour shellfish. In Kinlochleven (3 miles), it is just one of several choices, depending on what you’re looking for: Bothan Bar (01855 831100) open from 4pm, in the Ice Factor, is quite trendy, with appropriate food; MacDonald’s (01855 831539), not to be confused with the fast-food joint, offers traditional hotel fare as well as packed lunches for walks; and the Tail Race Inn (01855 831772) is a simple pub doing simple food.


Open April-October inclusive


Tents £10–20 a night, campers £17, caravans £20, static caravans from £385 per week (or £57 per night)


50 pitches, those near the loch can be windy, but it does give some protection against the midges.


Caolasnacon Caravan & Camping Park, Kinlochleven, Argyll PH50 4RJ

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Getting There

From the A82 (Glasgow–Fort William road), take the B863 (right) in Glencoe, signposted to Kinlochleven. The site is 3 miles further on the left.

Highland Country’s (01463 222244) No. 44 bus runs between Fort William and Kinlochleven.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 1 reviews


Idyllic and stunning

This little hidden campsite is absolutely beautiful. If you time your arrival well, you can pitch right by the edge of the Loch. What an outstanding view to wake up too. Facilities were immaculate. No pre booking. No set pitches as such, EHU available even right by the Loch. Will most definitely be visiting again. Great place for walkers, stags out in the twilight, photographers dream place. Owners are lovely and very helpful. 10/10 for us.
Sep 12, 2021 by NancyDrew

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