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This short video explains all the camping options available:
Why we have Management Zones
The Camping Management Zones were created by byelaws introduced in March 2017.
They help protect some of the area’s most popular lochshores from environmental damage caused by the high volume of visitors and issues with antisocial behaviour from some campers going back a number of years.
If you want to find out more about why we have them, watch this video:
Permit areas are natural stretches of land close to some of the Park’s most beautiful lochs.
They have great views but don’t have set pitches or any facilities so please bring what you need and remember to take everything away with you.
Between March and September you need to book a permit to stay in these areas.
You don’t need a permit between October and February.
Find out more here:
Stay safe and camp responsibly
The National Park is a special place and we can all help to look after it. There are a few things you can do when you are camping to make sure you have as little impact as possible and still have a great time:
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