Caravans, Motorhomes & Campervans
Stay in the midst of spectacular Highland scenery and explore Glen Nevis on the many footpaths that wind through forest and alongside the River Nevis. Alternatively, relax on our park, enjoy the views & fresh mountain air and visit our restaurant to sample traditional Highland hospitality.
We have two different types of pitches available to book. All pitches have parking and facilities nearby.
Caravan pitch, comes with electric hookup (16 Amp). We have 16 standard / electric pitches available to book and a further 100 on a first-come-first-served basis.
Fully Serviced Pitch
Caravan pitch with electric hookup (16 Amp), water supply and drainage. All 66 of our fully serviced caravan pitches are available to book.
All customers have access to a range of facilities
Fantastic restaurant & bar offering breakfast (May-Sept), lunch and dinner.
Snack van serving hot rolls in the morning and burgers & fish and chips in the evening (late May to September)
Dog walking and exercise areas.
24 hour park supervision from May - October. Please note that we have a no noise policy after 11pm.
Children’s play area with an area for ball games.
Ice pack freezing facilities.
Information on ‘Things to see and do’ in the Lochaber area.
Central recycling facility for plastic, paper/card, metal and glass.
Well stocked shop selling a range of groceries, equipment, gifts and souvenirs.
Drive-through service point for motorcaravans & campervans.
Washrooms with toilets, free hot showers, wash hand basins, razor points, hand dryers and hair dryers.
Dish wash and food preparation sinks.
Picnic tables are dotted around the park.
Wifi is purchased on site: £2.00 per hour / £5.00 per day / £20 per week.
Disabled customers have private facilities with full wheelchair access including shower.
Fishing permits for sale in shop/reception.
Chemical toilet disposal points.
Please find our 2018 tariff below where you will also find details of our popular Spring and Autumn special offer: stay three nights and get the fourth free!
|Standard Electric Pitch||£19.50|
|Fully Serviced Pitch (elec, water & waste)||£21.00|
|Adult (16+ yrs)||£3.50|
|Child (5-15 yrs)||£2.50|
|Infant (0-4 yrs)||No Charge|
|Booking Fee||£5.00 (one off charge)|
VAT is included at the current rate, prices subject to change in the event of an alteration to the rate of VAT.
Spring & Autumn Special Offer
Stay three nights get the fourth night free!
Valid 15th March - 31st May then 1st Sep - 5th Nov. Excludes add-ons such as additional cars and booking fee. Discount added automatically when you book.
Mountain Bike World Cup 1st - 2nd June 2019
Our site is generally very busy during the world mountain bike championship weekend and we advise booking early to avoid disappointment.
The majority of our customers arrive without a booking and we keep 100 pitches available on a first-come-first-served basis.
We are more than happy to take advance bookings though and we charge a non-refundable £5 booking fee for this service with the balance payable on arrival at Campsite Reception.
Cancellations: If booking is cancelled more than 24 hours before arrival the full pitch fees minus a £5 booking admin fee will be refunded. No refunds are given for cancellations made within 24 hours of arrival.
No Show: Bookings who do not show are automatically cancelled off the system the following morning and made fully available once more. We are unable to hold empty pitches not knowing whether a customer may or may not arrive. If full payment is made for the pitch in advance then it will be held for the duration of the booking.
A confirmation will be sent for all reservations accepted. The management reserves the right to decline any booking that is considered unsuitable.
Our campsite has a fantastic position in the heart of Glen Nevis with a great selection of nearby walks.
Ben Nevis, the River Nevis, Woodland Walks, Steall falls, Highland Wildlife, Mountain Streams, historic sites - all available from your tent.
Climbing Ben Nevis
We are located at the foot of Ben Nevis and are a short walk from the 'tourist path' to the summit. It's a great climb and the views from the top on a clear day are amazing.
However, it's very important that you follow the safety information in the leaflet bleow and we recommend that you visit the nearby Glen Nevis Visitor Centre for more information on current climbing conditions before you set off.
"...To say it's amazing is an understatement. It is everything and more that is expected from a campsite. It's immaculately clean. The cleaners/workers work extremely hard to keep it spotless. They don't seem to rest! The views are incredible"
-Tripadvisor January 2017
"The campsite was positioned perfectly for you to see people descending Ben Nevis in the night with their head torches which made the mountain look like it was covered in moving stars. The staff were lovely and very welcoming... I highly recommend this campsite to those wanting to be close to Fort William but also close to Ben Nevis."
-Tripadvisor October 2016
"This is the second time we've visited this caravan park, both times off season, so it was reasonably quiet with plenty of choice of pitches. The facilities are very clean and well kept and the views all around the site are stunning when the mist lifts!"
-Tripadvisor October 2016
"A very relaxing site at the foot of Ben Nevis. A lovely pub/restaurant a few yards from the site. May was a good month to visit. The shower block was clean. Staff were very helpful and friendly. We definitely recommend a visit. Dog friendly with an attached dog walking field."
-Tripadvisor October 2016
Additional Details and FAQs
The Shop is open the same times as Campsite Reception (late opening until 9pm in July and August) and is located within the same building. It is open daily during the season, selling fresh bread and pastries, newspapers, milk and ice cream.
We also stock toiletries and groceries including dried, tinned, fresh and frozen goods and locally produced meat, plus we also have a “free from” range too!. We also have a wide selection of postcards, souvenirs, toys and books.
We have a wide range of camping and caravanning accessories from cooking utensils to chemical toilet fluids, gaffer tape to guylines, mallets to midge candles, torches to tents! A good selection of hats and gloves, walking accessories from backpacks to gaiters and walking poles are also available.
Our Fort William camping shop is a stockist for Calor Blue and Calor Red gas cartridges as well as accessories and disposable cartridges. Off licence and freezing facility for ice packs available too!
Children's Play Areas
Play areas and open spaces are provided in both the camping and touring park and near the self-catering accommodation.
Midges can be a pest in the mornings and evenings of the summer months. Our shop sells a range of candles, skins solutions and head nets that help if you find them a nuisance.
Caravan & Camping Club
We are recommended by the Caravan & Camping Club, but are not affiliated with them so do not offer reduced rates for members.
We do not currently have a secure shed or storage space for storing bikes although there are plenty of trees, fences etc that you can chain them to.
Glen Nevis Restaurant & Bar
Within easy walking distance of the campsite, the restaurant offers breakfasts (April-Nov 5th) cakes and snacks, light lunches, afternoon teas, bar meals and evening dinner - all in a very comfortable environment.
Our Highland Estate has the fishing rights for the river Nevis and you can buy fishing (catch and release) permits for 1 day (£15), 3 days (£35) or 6 days (£60). The season runs from mid March to the end of September. Enquire at our reception for more details and to buy a permit.
Glen Nevis Estate
Guests are welcome to explore all 1000 acres of the Glen Nevis Estate during their stay!
Natural 'wild' areas have been created in the park to provide a habitat for our native flora and fauna, with pathways and picnic areas so guests can enjoy these areas at their leisure.
Walking in Glen Nevis
For the energetic, the footpath up Ben Nevis (highest mountain in the UK) starts from Glen Nevis. The West Highland Way also passes through Glen Nevis at the end of a 95 mile walk from Glasgow.
The Gorge is a fabulous feature of the Glen and provides a spectacular walk through to the higher falls.
The Lower Falls is easily accessed by foot and is a favourite point in the Glen for photographs. There are also gentler riverside walks and numerous quiet forest walks within the Glen. Reception staff will be happy to suggest a walk for you.
Camp Fires & BBQs
Open fires are not permitted on the park. We do allow small enclosed fires such as chimineas/braziers provide you can find a spot that is at least 5 metres away from any other tents.
BBQs are permitted and our park benches have a heat proof mat for disposable BBQs.
Special Offers & Discounts
Aside from our Spring and Autumn stay three nights and get the fourth free special offer we do not offer any other discounts for groups, seniors etc.