Camping at Pine Trees

  • £8
  • £16
  • £24
  • £8
Prices are on a per night basis.
4 man tent price is based on 2 adults and 2 children sharing.
£5.00 extra for electric
£4.00 extra child
£8 for extra adult
*A small deposit must be paid to secure bookings.
  • Great site in a fab location. Spotless warm toilets with free hot showers. Great wee well stocked site shop. Wardens very welcoming and helpful. Green Welly Stop,local shop, hotel and chippy within easy walking distance A cracking site which we will return to. Next time we will leave the caravan at home and try out the wee octolodges, the look great fun!

    Cuddles1965Lochgilphead, United Kingdom
  • We had our first camping trip here last summer. Such a great campsite in a lovely location. The kids loved the playpark and the river which runs through the back of the park. The facilities were excellent, with hot (free!) showers and music played in the washroom! The wee shop was great too. I look forward to staying there again at some point soon.

    Lors79Fife, United Kingdom
  • Myself and three friends stayed at Pine Trees whilst doing the West Highland Way. We arrived late on around 8 and found the staff really helpful and friendly, infact they gave us the key to another hikers hut free of charge which was a really kind gesture and made sure we all had plenty of room. The facilities on the site are immaculately clean and the showers are great ,add to that a stunning location and you have a great campsite. I would have no hesitation in recommending this site to other WHW walkers or indeed anyone wishing to holiday in the Highlands.

    Jock DaveManchester, United Kingdom

Camping at Pine Trees

We offer camping pitches within easy access toilet block, and the use of free showers. We also offer free wifi and the use of a microwave and a kettle. We have a shelter for the campers if you need to change your walking boots or just shelter from the rain.

Amenities

You can download a printable pdf map of the park layout by clicking HERE.

  • WI_FI
  • pets allowed
  • Free parking
  • laundry
  • Disabled Access
  • Hot Showers
  • Childrens Play area
  • Hillwalking
  • Shop
  • vending machine

Frequently Asked Questions

if you have a question that is not listed here then please do not hesitate to contact us, you can contact us either via telephone on 01838 400 349 or by our contact page.

Check in is from 13:00 till 21:00 and check out is at 12:00

Yes pets are allowed, but we do ask that they are kept under control at all times and that you clean up any mess they may make.

Things to Do

Our staff are very knowledgeable on the local area and will be glad to answer any questions you may have. There is also a selection of leaflets available at the main office regarding activities and what's on.

loch etive

Loch Etive

The name Etive is believed to mean little ugly one from the Gaelic Goddess associated with the loch. It heads east for half its length alongside the main road and rail link to Oban, before heading northeast into mountainous terrain. A road along Glen Etive makes the head of the loch accessible from Glen Coe.

ben nevis

Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the British Isles. Standing at 1,344 metres (4,409 ft) above sea level, it is located at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber area of the Scottish Highlands, close to the town of Fort William.

loch lomond

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond is one of Scotland's premier boating and watersports venues and the scenery draws people from all over Scotland and beyond. The loch is open to every kind of watercraft including kayaks, canoes, wind-surfers, jetskis, speedboats and cruisers.

river falloch

River Falloch

Falls of Falloch is a waterfall and local beauty spot along the A82 5 km (3.1 mi) from the village of Crianlarich in the county of Stirling in Scotland.


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