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Loch Chon Campsite

Surrounded by forest and with wonderful views of nearby hills and mountains, Loch Chon is a gem of a discovery for outdoors fans. It’s fabled that the sheltered water, located between Kinlochard and Inversnaid on the minor B829 road, has a resident kelpie (water spirit), as well as one of the world’s largest populations of faeries! Discover more about the area here.

Loch Chon is an informal campsite offering a wilder camping experience. Nestled in woodland on the shores of beautiful Loch Chon, it offers 26 pitches for tents through a mixture of open and woodland camping. Each pitch comes with a pre-allocated parking space, access to toilets and fresh water.

There are two accessible pitches (Pitches 8 and 9), with accessible toilets and designated parking nearby, and one double pitch (pitch 21) with space for two tents for bookings of four or more adults. View a map of the campsite >

What you need to know

  • The campsite is nestled in woodland, with beautiful views over Loch Chon and the surrounding area.
  • Toilets on-site.
  • There is no drinking water available on-site.
  • Prices are £7 per adult per night, children under 16 go free.
  • Access across the site is provided by a formal path network, not all the paths are flat and there are some short flights of steps.
  • Accessible pitches (Pitches 8 and 9) are available on-site, with accessible toilets and designated parking nearby.
  • Parking is available on-site and each pitch comes with a pre-allocated parking space.
  • Fire bowls for hire and fire wood are both available to pre-book online along with your camping pitch.
  • You can book up to two months in advance and stay for up to three nights.
  • The campsite is open from 1st March – 31st October.
  • Pitches are available from 2pm on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 11am on day of your departure.
  • Our full Terms and Conditions provide important information about your stay. Please familiarise yourself with them before you arrive.

Getting there

  • From Aberfoyle: head west on Main Street/A821 toward Duke’s Pass. Continue straight onto Lochard Road/B829 and continue to follow this road for approximately 6.9 miles. Take a left turn and continue for 100 yards.

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