With EasiCamp, you simply get here by plane, train....or bus (hire your 'automobile' at this end) and we provide your tent, sleeping bags, tables and chairs, cooking equipment, etc......everything you will need to spend some quality time discovering the beautiful Scottish Highlands at your own pace.
All you need is your hand luggage !
You can feel free and 'easi' travelling from one beautiful campsite to the next, or even indulging in a bit of wild camping (if you can do without electricity and hot showers for a night or two : )
......go on, you know you want to try it (plus it's free).
You won't have to shell out for expensive hotels, or be forced to eat in restaurants. You can stay where you want, for as long as you want, and cook your own food.
Some campsites are situated by flowing, crystal clear rivers, others by still lochs surrounded by pine trees. Start your journey around Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, either on the right side of the Loch at Millarochy Bay or Cashel campsites. Or stay on the left side of the Loch as you travel towards Crianlarich and stop over one of the lovely campsites at the head of the Loch, Beinglas Farm Campsite is brilliant and has a shop and restaurant on site (which is right on the West Highland Way). Or Ardlui at the top of Loch Lomond where you can wild camp on an island overnight (just ask the ferryman to drop you off there....leave your car in the marina car park) or camp on their own campsite. There is a great pub and restaurant, plus Wake Boarding, Paddle Boarding and water skiing.
When you reach Crianlarich, you come to a T-junction right in the heart of Scotland, where you can choose to go LEFT and drive up the stunning West Coast and find yourself camping by white sandy beaches and turquoise seas near Morar, or where you can take a car ferry to one of our many Islands (Mull and Skye are very popular).
OR, you turn RIGHT and drive North through Perthshire, where you can stop off at a number of campsites such as Cruachan Farm Camping underneath Ben Lawers, overlooking Loch Tay, by the lovely village of Killin, or head on up to the awesome Blair Atholl Castle campsite.
Then head further North to Aviemore and the Cairngorms and camp at Glenmore beside Loch Morlich where you can enjoy the many water activities, hiking trails, mountain biking or take the venicular railway to the top of Cairngorm itself.
Head North again to Inverness and take a boat trip down Loch Ness (and try to spot Nessie).
Depending on how long you have, you can choose to head even further North, or head back South either down the East Coast to Edinburgh, or via Oban and Argyllshire, via Kintyre (Carradale Campsite is great as is Macrahanish) and across to the Island of Arran and then back to the mainland.
PHEW !!........and that's the 'tip of the iceberg' when it comes to camping in Scotland. There is SO much to do here, from hanging out at the Edinburgh Festival, to taking car ferries out to the Islands, to visiting our many Whiskey Distillerys, to cruising down deep, dark lochs where salmon and trout (and bigger beasties) swim through the peaty waters, or just chillaxing with a cold beer/glass of wine, watching your sausages sizzle on the barbie !
All in all, a stress free, 'Easi' way to see Scotland.
Any questions, just email......happy to answer any queries about where to go, where to stay, where to eat and what to do (and how to deal with those pesky midgies!)
And in the words of William Wallace (or Mel Gibson, if you prefer).....
Any booking 7 days or more automatically gets 20% discount on the overall fee
i.e. daily rate for 7 days hire = £32 a night.
Second camping equipment set is £30 per night and the same above applies
i.e. 7 days or more = 20% discount