Reviews of Campsites in Argyll, Scotland

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Invercoe Caravan & Camping Park

Invercoe, Ballachulish

My husband and I have just returned from 2 nights camping at this site.1st to 3rd July inc 2011. The views from this site are to die for! The toilets and showers were spotlessly clean. The shop catered for every essential you might need. When my dog refused to drink the owner directed me to a lovely woman called Jan on the site who gave me ice cubes for him which did the trick. The camp site is also very clean and well kept. Do not have a bad thing to say about this site and hope to go back soon. THANK YOU FOR A GREAT TIME.

Caolasnacon Caravan and Camping Park

B863, Kinlochleven

Well placed campsite, on the edge of the loch. Very peaceful. Good welcome and facilities. We spent £10 for a tent and 2 people.

Roseview Caravan Park

Laggan, Glenshellach, Oban

Campsite situated a little distance from Oban, which makes it lovely and quiet. Angus’ welcome was friendly and jovial, and the pitches were immaculate. There is a stone barbecue with tables and benches, which is superb, and covered over in case of rain. The toilet blocks are very clean, and the showers are hot. We stayed three nights here, and if we return to Oban, we’ll stay here again with pleasure! We spent ¤26 per night for 4 people in 2 tents.

Oban Caravan and Camping Park

Gallanachmore Farm, Oban

I used to stay here en route to the Hebrides / Mull, then one day my Transit camper (with WINDOWS) reverted to be a "commercial vehicle" and we were no longer welcome. So ...hopefully unbiased, Top field is nice with a walk out to toward the sea. The toilets are adequate but smelly and I agree with the previous review by Frances. The park for posh motorhomes is small and cramped. Far better to give it a miss and go straight onto Mull which is a beautiful and civilised place. There is no such thing as a bad campsite on Mull.

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