Loss Ness Holiday Parks
Lodges, Caravan, Glamping, Camping & Motorhome Parks around Loch Ness
No trip to the Scottish Highlands is complete without exploring Loch Ness. It is one of the most famous stretches of water in the world due its it's mythological resident "Nessie" or the Loch Ness Monster. Loch Ness runs from Inverness in the northeast down to Fort William in the southwest with a length of 23 miles and maximum depth of 230m making it the second deepest loch in Scotland after Loch Morar.
With medieval castles historic, quaint villages, breath-taking scenery and abundance of wildlife, Loch Ness has something to keep all ages entertained. It will come as no suprise that holiday parks around the loch are extremely popular no matter what time of year you plan to visit. Not only is it the mystery of Nessie that draws vistitors to this exceptional place but the fact that you are in the Scottish Highlands, a land of pristine natural beauty.
Dating back to the 13th Century, Urquhart Castle sits on the western shore of Loch Ness just 21 miles south of Inverness. It is the grandest castle of the Highlands and the views from the top of the Grant Tower are spectacular with Loch Ness on one side and the Great Glen on the other. There is a visitor centre and cafe and the castle is open to the public 365 days a year.
Loch Ness and the rivers Oich and Moriston are famous for big spring salmon and its no wonder that these waters are so popular with anglers who come from around the world. The River Ness which flows out of Loch Ness for 6 miles before reaching the sea is a summer and autumn fishery where you can catch salmon, grilse and sea trout