We are lucky enough to have a gold filled river running through the park, which you are free to pan in whilst staying with us. We have gold panning equipment for sale or you can bring you own.
Our central location makes us an ideal stopping off point not only for visitors of the West Highland Way but also for travellers going further afield to destinations like Glencoe, Oban and the Scottish Islands.
Within walking distance of the Pine Trees there is a chip shop, coffee shop, a mini market and the famous Green Welly Stop. For the more adventurous there is fishing, golfing, mountain bike tracks, forest walks and many other points of interest.
This Munro is situated at the head of Loch Fyne and regarded as one of the most elegant and grand mountains in the Southern Highlands.MORE INFO
About a 40 minutes drive from us is Glencoe steeped in history and with breathtaking scenery this is a must for both adults and children.MORE INFO
The Falls of Dochart are situated on the River Dochart at Killin in Stirling (formally in Perthshire), near the western end of Loch Tay.MORE INFO
Ruined 15th and 17th century castle on the banks of Loch Awe. Built by Sir Colin Campbell the 1st Lord of Glenorchy in the mid-1400s. Owned by Historic Scotland.MORE INFO
Enjoy a lovely hot shower after a long day on the road, our newly refurbished shower block has individual cubicles where you can shower in complete privacy.
Kids just love playtime adventures, why not relax while the little ones play on our jungle gym complete with fun slides, climbing apparatus and swings.
We have a well stocked shop onsite selling everything from choc ices to gold panning equipment. We also stock camping gas cylinders in various sizes.
All our hook up points are tested on a regular basis and conform to EU Regulations using standard UK 3 Pin 16 Amp 200-250V/ 50-60Hz IP44 Rated Plugs.