Subject to Covid restrictions we are taking bookings - see our opening dates below. We are awaiting further clarification on the use of communal areas and shared facilities (including toilets and showers)
Our wonderful Club Site on the Isle of Skye is right on the shore of Loch Greshornish. On a working croft, the site shares Skye's stunning scenery and dramatic history with the area's famous Highland cattle. You may even spot an otter during a loch-side walk.
The site has two Camping Pods available with optional camp beds.
Dunvegan Castle is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland, with magnificent gardens.
The Aros Centre hosts many events during the year and has a selection of craft outlets, a children's play area and a CCTV link showing sea eagles' nests.
Talisker Distillery runs standard and connoisseur tours to see the single malt whisky in production.
The Seaprobe Atlantis is a glass-bottomed boat showing wrecks and marine life. It sails from Kyle of Lochalsh.
Several other boats operate in the area, including the Misty Isle - travelling to the 'best viewpoint' in Scotland. The MV Stardust runs fishing and wildlife trips.
Member price from: £7.60 per person per night
Sheepskin specialists Skyeskyns is a traditional tannery open to visitors.
The Shilasdair Yarn Company uses natural dyes on pure Scottish wool.
See the craftsmen at work on wood-fired, salt-glazed pieces at Edinbane pottery.
Armadale Castle houses the Clan Donald Centre and the Museum of the Isles.
The Orbost Gallery celebrates the landscape of Skye and the Highlands.
Pony trekking is available from the Isle of Skye Trekking Centre.
There are many opportunities for walkers, including hikes in the Black and Red Cullin mountain ranges.
The facilities shown on this website are a guide only, and you should check with the campsite direct before making any booking. The UKCampsite.co.uk will not be held responsible for any errors or omissions