North Ledaig Caravan Park is one of the best locations on Scotland's west coast. A wonderful 30 acre park that has been awarded the David Bellamy Conservation Award, it is situated on a 2 mile sand and shingle beach on Ardmucknish Bay. Here sailing, water sports and bathing can be enjoyed by all the family. Some pitches at the site are almost on the water's edge, and all of them face the sea, offering a panoramic view to the beautiful Isle of Mull. The location is ideal for children with an adventure playground on site. Keep an eye out for the bin raiding otters! The site has 120 hardstanding pitches (some seasonal) all with 16 amp electricity. The site is a member of the Caravan and Motorhome Club Affiliated Site Scheme.
From the North Ledaig Site, you can take a scenic walk on the deserted shoreline to watching wading birds, glimpse an otter or photograph the beautiful sunsets. Enjoy a nature walk on the 30 acre Ledaig Moss to see the birds and the abundant wildlife that populates the ponds. Nearby Oban is a bustling fishing port and the main ferry terminal for the Hebrides and the Western Isles. Inland trips to Glencoe, Cruachan Power Station and the historic town of Inveraray are a must for visitors to this idyllic caravan site.