Where we are
Carie Bridge closed
The bridge between Carie car park and Kilvrecht Campsite is currently closed due to structural issues. As a result the Kilvrecht Trail can no longer be walked as a loop. The other Carie trails can still be accessed by crossing the Allt na Bogair via the upper bridge on the Kilvrecht Trail.
Peaceful forest campsite above Loch Rannoch
A haven from the modern world, you'll need to look elsewhere if you want a campsite with entertainment, bars and restaurants. But if you like fresh air, peace and quiet, and the sound of birds singing around your tent, Kilvrecht is the place for you.
Facilities & access
The site is open from April to October. Get in touch if you require more information.
- £10.00 per pitch, per night for visitors with a vehicle.
- £5.00 per pitch, per night for visitors with no vehicle.
Just turn up, choose a pitch and the warden will collect your money from you.
The site is suitable for tents, caravans and motorhomes. There are toilet blocks, a chemical toilet disposal point, clothes/dish washing facilities, and various drinking water points. There is no hot water in the toilet block therefor no formal shower facilities. There are wet room cubicles in both male and female toilets which contain a large sink for personal washing. Hooks are provided for solar shower use.
Because the site is so close to a forest, no fires are allowed.
Food and drink
Some refreshments and a small shop are available at the nearby village of Kinloch Rannoch, 3 miles to the east. The towns of Pitlochry and Aberfeldy, both 20 miles away, offer a range of shops and places to eat and drink.
Kilvrecht is about 3 miles west of Kinloch Rannoch on the unclassified South Loch Rannoch road. When in Kinloch Rannoch, look for the brown signs with a tent and caravan on them.
PH17 2QJ is the nearest postcode.
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