Campsites open all year round in the highlands?

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  1. bodleytunes

    bodleytunes Read Only Funster

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    Hi,

    Has any got any recommendations for a campsite that will accept a small Camper Van around the fort william area of Scotland?

    I fancy a trip up there in early December, but most of the websites I have been on for nice campsites seem to be shut around then? (Glen Nevis was my first choice)

    Thanks!

    Jonathan.
     
  2. Dingray

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    All year sites Fort William area

    Hi Johnathan
    The only one I can think of thats open all year is Inverroy CP at Roy BridgeTel 01397712275
    Linnhe Lochside at Corpach opens around the 15th December Tel 01397772376
    Hope this helps,
     
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    Thanks for that.

    :thumb:
     
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    I wonder why..:Laughing:

    Fort William is a wet place at the best of times, in December it will be bleak .. with little to do unless you like paddling... for better weather and more to do I would head for Aviemore.. great C & CC site at Loch Morlich which is open all year.. :thumb:

    Whatever you decide, have a great time.. :Smile:
     
  5. bodleytunes

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    Haha,

    Aviemore it is then, you've just changed my mind.

    Thanks :)

    Jon.


     
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    do you actually need a site, wild camping is free and quite legal in Scotland. Have a great trip and bring back some great photos. Don't forget Whiskey, dumpling and Edinburgh ginger cake oh and did I mention whiskey, hee hee
     
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    I wouldn't mind wildcamping, but my girlfriend is a scardycat!

    She would be afraid of vampires, axe murderers and werewolves, even though shes 27. :)

    haha :Rofl1:
     
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