Bunroy Park is a quiet, peaceful site set in 7 acres of secluded parkland on the banks of the River Spean at Roy Bridge. The camping area is level and pleasantly sheltered by the surrounding woodland.
Bunroy Park is a haven of peace set in 7 acres of secluded parkland on the bank of the River Spean.
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.
Bunroy Park is a quiet, peaceful site, and, although within easy reach of many amenities and attractions, it feels as if it is miles from anywhere.
It is an ideal base for an active holiday, be it walking, climbing or cycling. There is good fishing nearby and you can even cast your line from the bank of the River Spean within the boundaries.
The village of Roy Bridge with a shop, post office and hotels serving food is only a
short walk away and there are several other good restaurants catering for all tastes close by.
Roy Bridge station is a stop on the famous West Highland Line, one of the World’s Great Train Journeys.
The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy, The Commando Memorial, Laggan Dam, Cille Choirille and Creag Meagaidh are all easily reached from Bunroy.
Bunroy is a great, central location for exploring the Highlands and the West Coast of Scotland. You can catch a ferry to the islands, cruise on Loch Ness, cycle alongside the Caledonian Canal and marvel at the engineering of Neptune’s Staircase.
Fort William, the Outdoor Capital of the UK, has a good range of shops, banks and restaurants as well as a swimming pool, leisure centre and ten pin bowling.
The Gondola at Nevis Range, 7 miles from Bunroy, takes you 2000 feet up Aonach Mor for stunning views.
You don’t have to go far from Bunroy to visit a distillery, take a boat trip, go pony-trekking or mountain biking, or try out some watersports.
You can try ice climbing at Kinlochleven.
You can reach the top of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain or you can just relax.