Red Squirrel Campsite
Welcome to Red Squirrel Campsite. People were camping on the land where Red Squirrel Campsite is now, since last century. Hugh MacColl found a horseshoe embedded in a tree he cut in 1970. It looked like one used by Gypsies.
There are plenty of places you can visit within one days journey from Red Squirrel campsite either on foot or by car. As nature intended, casual, easy going 22 acre wooded campsite alongside the River Coe. Campfires allowed. Campervans / motorhomes & tents. We are situated near the Old Glencoe Road. About 1 mile off the main A82 which passes through the Glen, coming from the South.
People were camping on the land where Red Squirrel Campsite is now, since last century.
Hugh MacColl found a horseshoe embedded in a tree he cut in 1970. It looked like one used by Gypsies.
Since 1914 there is a written record of prices collected for camping.
The name Red Squirrel was founded in 1984 when the Glen was inhabited by Red Squirrel, which now can be hardly seen. Red Squirrel Campsite, camping site with campfires. Glencoe, Scotland near Fort William, Ben Nevis. Campsite as close to wild camping as no other.
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