Cannich Caravan and Camping Park is situated in the small village of Cannich, nestled in the heavily forested footlhills of the enormously impressive inland Glens of Affric, Cannich and Strathfarrer. The area is a nature lovers paradise. There are 16 munros (mountains over 3000ft) between the 3 glens, the best wildlife that Scotland has to offer, and a seemingly never ending amount of hills, woodland and lochs.
We welcome tents and touring caravans, totalling 43 pitches. The touring area is 4.5 acres, comprising a mixture of native Scots Pine and birch woodland. The showers are free and hot. We offer a laundry, TV room and on-site, larch clad, grass-roofed cafe and local crafts shop. A perfect base to explore this very dramatic inland scenery.
Glen Affric, the largest tract of native caledonian Pine Forest in Britain is on our doorstep. One minor road in and out, and plenty of wilderness and tranquility. The drive alongside Loch Benevean is surely one of the most pretty you could find, whilst at the end of the road, the majesty of some impressive mountains awaits (Carn Eighe and Mam Sodhail to name 2). Glen Cannich also boasts a similar, but more rugged outlook, whilst Glen Strathfarrer, 7 miles distant, will definitely match them for drama and beauty.
Meanhile, Loch ness is only 12 miles away, and beyond that another 13 miles to Inverness.
10 minutes walk from the campsite is a local village Spar shop and 2 pubs.
Aigas golf course is situated 10 miles away, along the Strathglass road,and the extreme mountain bike course at Balnain on the Loch ness road is only 7 mil
From Inverness, head South West on the A82 Fort William road, along the western shores of Loch Ness. At the village of Drumnadrochit, head right (West), on the A831 to Cannich. From here it is 12 miles to Cannich. On entering the village, we are on the left hand side in the woodland. Drive in and upto reception, and the camping area is just beyond reception.