Caravaning at Pine Trees

  • £25
Based on 2 adults & 2 children sharing.
£4.00 extra child
£8 for extra adult
Includes service pitches and TV.
Mini Season (sept & oct) : Save time and trouble, leave your tourer on a mini season pitch
*A small deposit must be paid to secure bookings.
  • We arrived at 8pm on Friday (Sept 12th) and were greeted by Cameron, Cathy and another young man, all were so welcoming, helpful and really couldn't have done more to help. Cameron in particular remained on hand for the weekend, always offering a "hello" and "how are you Mike", recommendations for walks and other local attractions. The park itself is lovely, backing onto a beautiful river beside which runs the West Highland Way, apparently the Park is almost exactly halfway along the trek. We "panned" for gold in the river and were gobsmacked to actually find some...seriously, the kids loved it! Lovely tall pine trees flank the park and wooden huts/yurts are interspersed throughout the park. Toilet facilities are very clean, can't fault them. It makes all the difference when you have helpful and friendly staff on site, Cameron and the team at Pine Trees...great service, thanks. Mike

  • Stayed for a few nights in one of the luxury huts. Very nice if you don't fancy the tent. The park was absolutely spotless, so well maintained it was perfect with excellent facilities. Wonderful people running the place, nothing was too much bother, extremely accommodating. Will return next year with the children without a doubt. Book in now, you will not be disappointed!

    S JenkinsBolsover, United Kingdom
  • We hired a luxury hiker hut for our family of three (including a toddler). It was extremely clean and had the convenience of a microwave, heater, kettle and even a TV! I've had experience of a few campsites when we walked the West Highland way a few years ago and thought the standard of Pinetrees really stood out. I used the toilet and shower block regularly around the clock and it was always clean. The showers were very clean and new-looking too. The park is very well landscaped and tastefully set out so it fits in well with the beautiful natural surroundings. There was access to drinking water behind every hut and at each caravan space and there were washing up and laundry facilities. Very impressed. We would definitely come back again. Slight complaint were that the mattresses were a little uncomfortable (hard springs and plastic covers - the latter obviously necessary though). I hardly noticed it by the second night and it's nothing a camping mat wouldn't sort out.


Caravans and Motorhomes

All pitches are fully serviced with electric, drinking water, waste water, TV and free wifi. Pitches are all within easy walking distance to our modern toilet block. there is also disabled facilities available. We also have a laundry room with washing machines, tumble driers and outside washing lines also available. The site has two chemical toilet disposal points. We also offer motor home services, fresh water and disposal of waste water. We have picnic tables and barbecue stands throughout the site for all customers to use.

The caravan pitches have some lovely views of the hills and glens and peace and quiet to get away from it all.


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.

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Glen Nevis

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Kilchurn Castle

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