We stayed for a week on the 11th of May, it was our first visit to the site and we had been allocated a pitch on the second row from the beach, giving an unspoiled view across the Loch. We were greeted by friendly staff on arrival and then guided to our pitch by the warden who was also very helpful. Being able to drive through the pitch from the back made setting up a doddle. The staff were kind enough to allow me to inspect a fault that had developed on my car on the way in the late arrivals bay. It saved me a trip to the garage and enabled me to rectify the fault. There are plenty of walks from site, up and down the disused railway line that runs through the site, around the nearby airfield and along the large beach which you walk straight onto. The site is clean but is large and spread out. The central ablutions and Elsan were very clean, though it is a fair walk if you are staying on one of the extremeties of the site. I would recommend anyone who is of limited mobility to request a pitch closer to these facilities. On the otherhand, bins, water and grey waste were all easily accessible from our pitch. The 10a supply was not an issue during our stay, the only time it tripped being down to a faulty appliance in someone elses outfit. There is a shop on site for the basics and a caravan and camping shop a short distance up the road in Benderloch. Oban is in the opposite direction and has several supermarkets and has all the facilities you would require from a trip to town. It is also a picturesque town and well worth a visit for the local attractions and tourist shops. The week we stayed at North Ledaig was also blessed with some fantastic weather which also contributed to a thouroughly enjoyable week. We will return.