- Remote and rural glamping
- Stunning Scottish highlands
- Glamping with a difference
- Glamping pods at Glen Nevis
- Perfect location for walking holidays
This award-winning touring caravan and camping park near Fort William 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.
Glen Nevis will launch its new camping pods in May 2016. These beautifully designed high-spec units are a great option for couples or two people travelling together as they can be setup with a double or two single beds. They are situated on Deer Park camping field close to the facilities building. For families we can arrange two units next to each other.
The camping pod will feature underfloor thermostat controlled heating, a drying cupboard, a sink and cold water tap, an electric kettle, double-glazed windows, and of course, fantastic mountain views. There is a shared facility building with toilet, shower, and laundry nearby. Bed linen and towels are not provided.
It is a short walk to a local shop, restaurant, and bar. Dogs are welcome but only by prior arrangement.
We have a well-stocked shop on site and a nearby restaurant and bar. The spacious, comfortable Restaurant and Bar, boasts a unique collection of antique kettles and a display of photos from the local area over the years, is popular with locals and holidaymakers alike.
Guests will find that there is a huge range of outdoor activities available around Fort William. There are mountains, forests, lochs and the North Sea all within easy reach so if you are interested in trying kayaking, go karting, canyoning, salmon fishing, quad biking or a number of other activities.
The Highland Estate has the fishing rights for the river Nevis and guests can buy fishing catch and release fishing permits for 1 day (£15), 3 days (£35) or 6 days (£60). The season runs from mid March to the end of September each year. There are also Tesla exploration trips of the highlands.
Glen Nevis and the surrounding area have a fantastic range of walks and hiking routes for all levels of ability. Whether you want to climb Ben Nevis, explore a forest or amble along a riverside you will find a walk that is right for you. The Highland Mountain Company offers a selection of guided walks and climbs in and around Glen Nevis for all levels of ability. Ranging from the spectacular Munros of the Mamores and Ben Nevis to the secluded Steal Waterfall and the River Nevis. They also do introductions to climbing and abseiling for those looking to try something new. Fort William is a popular destination for cyclists. Nearby forests have a network of tracks that make ideal cycle routes and there are there are many purpose-built cycle paths in the area. There are also many quiet roads leading to remote Highland communities, which make for great day trips.