Bunroy Park is set in nine acres of secluded parkland on the banks of the River Spean. It is surrounded by breathtaking mountains and glens, yet within easy reach of Fort William, Ben Nevis and the countless attractions of the Scottish Highlands. All year round, you can relax and enjoy the magnificent scenery and wildlife, and take advantage of the numerous things to see and do. The site comprises level grass areas surrounded by sheltering woodland. All the touring pitches are hardstanding with 10A electricity hook-ups. Accommodation to rent includes eight wooden lodges and three camping pods.
This is a great base from which to explore this lovely area, whether walking or motoring, with stunning scenery, great wildlife and plenty of interesting places to visit. Around the village there are beautiful glens and lochs, such as Lochan na h-Earba (where Monarch of the Glen was filmed), which are easily accessible by road, bicycle or on foot. Close to the village is the wild and lonely Glen Roy, home of the golden eagle and red deer.