Welcome to Skye

Camping for Motorhomes, Caravans and Tents

We are fully open and taking bookings now for motorhomes, campervans, tents and caravans

COVID-19 Update:
The campsite is fully open and we are taking bookings through our bookings page. It is now permitted to travel to Scotland from any part of the UK.

Our shared facilities (including toilets and showers) are open and operating in line with government guidance. However customers who want to further enhance their own social distancing should use their own facilities whenever possible.

You can book with confidence knowing that should the campsite close, or UK or Scottish government Covid-19 regulations prevent you from coming to the campsite, then you can either rearrange your booking for a later date or receive a full refund. Please refer to our Terms & Conditions page for full information.

Information in this statement may change in response to changes in guidance and regulations.

We look forward to seeing you, until then stay safe…

Kinloch Campsite is a friendly family-run campsite in an amazing setting on the shores of Loch Dunvegan. Located in the north west of the Isle of Skye, it is the only campsite on Skye with both a stunning waterfront location and easy access to all the services of a traditional Highland village.

The camping site is on a former croft at the head of scenic Loch Dunvegan and is overlooked by MacLeod’s Tables, two distinctive flat topped hills that dominate the skyline.

It is our aim to continue the tradition of tranquility and friendliness that has long been a feature of this beautiful place.

There is camping right on the loch shore giving our campers amazing views and making it the perfect spot from which to watch the many and varied birds that populate these tidal waters, including the occasional eagle. Seals are also regular visitors.

Dunvegan is the ideal base for camping to explore the north of Skye and is a popular diversion on the North Coast 500.

The village of Dunvegan is a five minute walk from the campsite and has a good range of shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and other services. Just on the other side of the village is the famous Dunvegan Castle and it’s magnificent gardens , seat of the Chiefs of the Clan MacLeod for over 800 years and one of Skye’s most popular attractions.

Other iconic tourist attractions in the locality are Neist Point, the Coral Beach and the Fairy Pools. The renowned Three Chimneys restaurant is also a short drive away.

If you have any questions or would like more information we would love to hear from you.