We are a small,
friendly campsite situated beside a picturesque burn and woodland.
Small toilet block with a Ladies and a Gents toilet.
- Shower block with a Ladies
and a Gents Shower cubicle and a Ladies and Gents toilet.
- 1 x Ladies & 1 x Gents
shower - Free of charge
During peak season (July and August) queuing is unfortunately
- Dishwashing sink
- We have spaces for tents,
touring caravans and camper vans, including hard standing.
- Car parking (No vehicles
allowed on the grass)
- Electric hook-ups (5) are
also available but space is limited and booking is essential.
- Dogs welcome - must be on
leads at all times in the campsite
As we are a fairly small
campsite and do not have marked out pitches it can be difficult to reserve
areas and tent pitches are, therefore, on a first come, first served basis.
Reservations are only taken for stays of 4 nights or more ( deposit of £25,
non-refundable). July and August are very busy months and, if
possible, it is advisable to arrive by lunchtime/early afternoon in order
to secure a pitch. 7.45pm is the latest arrival time except by prior
Tobermory Campsite is
the closest campsite to 'Balamory' - very important for our younger
campers! (Balamory is the children's TV programme filmed in and
Mobile phone reception
is patchy at the campsite. However, there is a good signal in
Tobermory and Vodaphone probably has the best coverage on the island.
An Ice-cream van calls
in summer selling bread,milk, confectionery etc and of course, ice creams
Please be aware that
the Campsite is served by a private spring and you will need to bring
bottled water for drinking. This can be purchased at the Co-op
supermarket in Tobermory and there is also a standpipe and sink on the
campsite which has filtered, UV treated water available at no charge.
We are members of the
Mull Eco Charter and strongly encourage recycling, please could all campers
help us to do this by sorting their rubbish into plastic, glass, tin and
paper and placing in the bins provided. Thank you.
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Camper Vans/ Touring
developing a new camper van area which is at present all gravel
hard-standing.Large motorhomes and caravans are advised to come in our new
entrance ( coming from Tobermory go past the campsite sign and turn in at
the next entry on your left) park up and walk around to the reception which
is over the wooden bridge and turn left. Click on the thumbnails to
see larger images.
New camper van area
View across the