This spectacularly situated park, overlooking the little Loch Kanaird, just around the corner from Loch Broom, has splendid views all round. It is now run by new people who are really making a difference. The 68 touring pitches are arranged mainly on grass around the edge of the bay, in front of the shingle beach. Electricity hook-ups (10A) are available and some gravel hardstandings are on the other side of the access road, just past the second toilet block. Tent pitches, together with cheaper pitches for some touring units are in a large field behind the other sanitary facilities. Scuba diving is popular at Loch Kanaird because the water is so clear.
Seals and otters are regularly seen in the bay and the whole area is full of interest, including visits to Inverewe Gardens and the Isle Martin bird and seal colonies.