Creagan Station Tourers is a new site for 2017, located on the West Coast of Scotland on the shores of Loch Creran at the foot of Ben Churlainn and Ben Sgulaird. The site offers stunning views, spacious plots and great places to eat and drink.
Set in the historic and ancient area of Appin on the West Coast of Scotland, Creagan Station Tourers is a new touring park for 2017. Located just off the A828, the site is a perfect base for a few nights exploring the surrounding areas, from the beautiful town of Oban to the hill walking and climbing capital of the UK - Fort William - and the grand mountain peaks in Glen Coe.
There are seven extremely spacious touring plots measuring 12 metres x 8 metres. All are on laser leveled hardstanding, with Rolec electrical and water hook-ups.
For those who prefer to relax, fire pits and seating areas are set along the Loch Creran shore line, offering superb views.
Pets are welcome.
Open all year
|Touring Pitches||£22 Per pitch per night (2 people)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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