Clachan Caravan Club Site
c/o Maragowan Caravan Club Site, Aberfeldy Road, Killin, Stirling, FK21 8TN, ScotlandView on map
Why stay here ...
The Clachan Club Site is a find with its several open pitching areas tucked quietly away in woodland ablaze with wild flowers and an amazing range of bird and wild life. Based here, you can experience the best of this fabulous countryside on foot or by car as you are in the glens, mountains and lochs of the Central Highlands - country to dream about.
Make sure you visit the Ben Lawers Nature Reserve. From the car park, situated a thousand feet above Loch Tay, you will experience unforgettable views whilst also having access to the Edramucky Trail offering an ever changing display of alpine flowers and a wide range of bird life. For the more adventurous, Ben Lawers, Beinn Ghlas and the Tarmachan Ridge can all be accessed from the car park.
Please note: This site does not have a toilet block.
Please note: all visitors should check in at Maragowan Club Site. Maragown is on the right of the A827 (Killin - Kenmore), 0.5 miles past the end of the village. At Maragowan visitors will receive further information on Clachan, together with a numerical code to operate the entry barrier. Clachan is on the left of A827 (Killin – Kenmore) about 1 mile past Maragowan Club site and 0.5 mile past golf course.
- FK21 8TN
- Lat 56.48239 / Lon -4.30901
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We stayed here for 3 nights during a very wet August. The site staff could not have been more warm in their welcome & generous in their hospitality. It is a beautifully located site in woodland above Killing, a picturesque village within the national park. Walks & climbs abound & the mixture of mountains, lochs and glens provides a stunningly attractive landscape. We were informed that the only walk into the village that didn't use the busy & narrow road was over two fields and through the golf course. We tried this once but the initial two field were only just passable & were full of grazing livestock. Consequently, we chose to drive into Killin on subsequent visits. The local Saltire Taxi service was very helpful & reliable when we ventured to local restaurants of an evening. We were humbled & impressed by the local community.
We (I!) lost out motorhome keys whilst on a walk up a mountain from Killin. Local shop owners & residents could not have been more helpful & caring. Remarkably, and to our absolute delight, we got them back via a couple who had picked them up on their way up the mountain & whom we met as they made their descent. We have rarely been so viscerally relieved & grateful! Due to the very heavy rain during our stay, we decided to move on a day earlier than planned so didn't get to taste the delights of the Courrie restaurant, which we were informed did the best food in town - an excuse for a return visit.
Site contact details
- 01567 820245
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