Your time away is precious, so we do our best to give you a camping experience that you’ll want to return to, time and time again.

Located right in the heart of the countryside, our campsite offers a range of pitch options with views of rolling hills and fields, with deer and pheasant, rabbits and foxes to spot – if you’re up early enough!

However, there are plenty of other reasons why West Highland Way Campsite is so popular with the motorhome and campervan community; here are just a few…

A campsite with a community feel…

picture of some families enjoying the campervan community feel of West Highland Way Campsite.

What people seem to like most about our campsite is the relaxed atmosphere and the sense of community between hotel guests, campers and van lifers alike.

Whilst there are plenty of spaces and seating areas to have your own private space, we also have several communal areas, inside and out, where visitors can get together.

Dotted around our campsite are plenty of picnic benches, rattan seating areas and even a sitootery if the sun is too hot. (yes, that can happen in Scotland!)

Our woodland area also permits responsibly maintained campfires – great for stories and sing-songs in the evenings!

Enjoy freshly prepared meals

Sometimes you just don’t feel like cooking!

That’s why we offer restaurant-quality meals in the evening, from steak and salmon to mac and cheese and delicious burgers!

You can also order snacks from our takeaway window throughout the day or sit in and order from our newly refurbished cafe.

Continental breakfast included

Our guests can enjoy a continental breakfast included in their stay, and our communal breakfast room is a great place and swap travel tips and plans with fellow guests.

We also offer free tea and coffee all day, which you can enjoy outside, or in our comfy little snug inside the main house – perfect for cold or rainy days!

There, you can also charge your devices while browsing some of our interesting books and artefacts associated with Ardoch House’s history.

Walk the West Highland Way

Let’s not forget that our campsite is directly on the West Highland Way footpath!

You can start from the bottom of the campsite entrance or head to the starting point at Milngavie, only a short bus or taxi ride away.

We also have a car parking area, where you can leave your vehicle for the week – or longer – if you’re walking the full route.

Furthermore, you’ll find plenty of other activities nearby, from Glengoyne Distillery to Strathblane Falconry and, of course, the many stunning sites around Loch Lomond.

Bring your pup! We’re Dog-friendly!

Responsible dog owners are most welcome, and will likely be greeted by Basil (pictured) – one of our four chocolate labs who all love to meet new friends!

We have water bowls stationed around the grounds to keep pets hydrated, and if you’ve forgotten any basic dog accessories, do ask us – we’ll do our best to help.

Don’t forget you have miles of wonderful country walks around us for your pets to enjoy. We ask only that you and your pup leave our beautiful countryside as you found it 🙂

Campervan Community Meetups

It will be no surprise that we welcome campervan community get-togethers and other friendly groups! Our relaxed community feel and dog-friendly approach make our campsite a welcoming space for all – and a bit of a melting pot for people of all backgrounds and nationalities.

Further, for those travelling from further afield, we also cater for late-night arrivals, so don’t worry if you’re stuck in traffic!

And should there be those in your group who need accommodation, we have a range of accommodation options alongside our campervan pitches, from bell tents, and camping pitches to luxury hotel rooms to ensure that they can stay over and enjoy the evening. Simply call us to chat about your group booking.

Woodland scene with bell tents

So, if you’re looking for a campsite that’s just a little bit different, book your stay with us. Your campervan pitch is waiting! 🙂


Also, please remember to:

  • Book your pitch in advance, especially if you’re travelling during peak season.
  • Arrive early so you can get a good spot.
  • Follow the campsite’s rules and regulations.