Our award-winning campsite near Fort William in Scotland is set in a magnificent location in Glen Nevis, with stunning views to Ben Nevis and the surrounding mountains. The park extends over 30 acres of beautifully maintained grounds, screened by trees, hedges and shrubs to complement the surroundings. We have a well-stocked shop on site and a nearby restaurant and bar.
Staying with us gives you access to much more than our campsite. Our own Highland Estate has grounds extending to over 1000 acres, with fishing rights to the River Nevis, a natural woodland regeneration scheme incorporating over 40,000 trees and our own herd of pedigree Highland Cattle
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, 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
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.
The area around Glen Nevis and Fort William offers a fantastic range of outdoor activities and sightseeing opportunities. Take the steam train to Mallaig, visit Eilean Donan Castle or try out Sea Kayaking: there is lots to do!
These beautifully designed high-spec units are a great open for couples or two people travelling together as they can be setup with a double or two single beds. Unfortunately we are unable to take group bookings for the pods.
Pods are situated on Deer Park camping field close to the facilities building and include
- Underfloor thermostat controlled heating
- Drying cupboard
- Sink and cold water tap
- Electric kettle
- Double-glazed windows
- Fantastic mountain views
- Access to facility building with toilet, shower and laundry nearby
- A short walk from shop and restaurant/bar
Please note that bedding and towels are not provided. Dogs are welcome on our caravan and camping park, but are accepted by prior arrangement only in our camping pods so please contact us directly if you wish to take your dog.
£50 per night
The Pods close from November for Winter each year and reopen in March