There are three large Fort William holiday parks providing chalets, cottages or lodge accommodation. They also cater for touring and camping pitches for caravans, motorhomes,  camper vans, cyclists and walkers. Each park - Glen Nevis Holidays, Linnhe Lochside Holidays and Argyle Holidays (previously Lochy Holiday Park)  is located in a great spot with views of the mountains and or lochside settings. Check the links below if camping and touring is what you are looking for. Each of the parks is very well managed with great facilities - the choice is yours!

There is also a very good holiday park in Glencoe - Invercoe Highland Holidays, and just north of Spean Bridge Gairlochy Holiday Park. Both parks welcome tourers and campers, as well as offer good quality self catering holiday accommodation. Glencoe Cabins & Caravans is a small touring park located near to the Youth Hostel

If you are thinking about a visit to Fort William in a motorhome or campervan please consider one of these good touring parks for your overnight stays.  Most have pump-out facilities, toilets and showers, electric and laundry. Lay-byes and car parks are not for overnight stays. Read this public information document about wild camping and responsibilities.
Bunroy Park
Sheltered by woodland close to the River Spean, Bunroy Park Holiday Lodges nestle in the lovely valley of Glen Spean against the majestic backdrop of Aonach Mor. They offer peace and tranquillity in an idyllic setting yet are within easy reach of the amenities of Fort William and the attractions of the Highlands. They are comfortable, well-insulated, with heating and double-glazing for year round occupation, fully equipped with TV, DVD, cooker, fridge and microwave. The lodges all have fully fitted shower rooms or bathrooms. They also have drying rooms. We welcome dogs in some lodges and there are lovely riverside and woodland paths easily accessible from Bunroy. The village of Roy Bridge with a shop, post office, railway station and bus stop and two hotels serving good food is only a 10 minute walk away. The station is a stop on the West Highland Line, one of the Word’s Great Train journeys. For hill-walkers there are several Munros within easy reach, including Creag Meagaidh, which is also a National Nature Reserve. The Loch Ossian hills are a half-hour train ride away. The gondola at Nevis Range, 7 miles away, takes you 2000 feet up Aonach Mor for some excellent ski-ing in winter and year-round activities and stunning views for all to enjoy. There is good fishing in the area as well as pony-trekking and watersports. The lodges sleep 2 – 4 people and are priced from £210 - £490 per week. Short breaks also available outwith peak season - minimum 3 night stay. Please use the enquiry form below to check availability or to make a booking. Bunroy Park Caravan and Camping site is open from the end of March until the end of October. Tent pitching areas are on level, regularly mown grass, well sheltered by  surrounding woodlands. You can camp by the river, in the spacious main area or nearer to the shower block - it’s your choice. The hard standings for caravans & motorhomes all have electric hookups so you can take the available pitch of your choice close to the shower block or in the more open lower park. The camping site is open from around the end of March to around the end of October and booking is recommended at peak times, particularly for pitches with an electrical hook up. We also have 4 camping pods at Bunroy Park, which are equipped with camping beds, a microwave and electric kettle, table and chairs. BOOK ONLINE
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