Thursday, 28 September 2023
A perfect picnic spot on your long drive to the West Highlands
This viewpoint on the A82 is a popular spot for a picnic by the loch. Exceptionally photogenic, Loch Linnhe provides a welcome breather from any long drive.
Facilities and access
The nearest public toilets are at Corran Ferry, 2 miles to the south.
Car parking information
Payment options: Contactless card or RingGo
The charges to park at Loch Linnhe are:
- £1 for up to 1 hour – all vehicles
- £3 for all day
- Blue Badge holders park free. Please display your Blue Badge clearly.
Please park with care and consideration. In particular please park in designated parking areas only and do not block entrances or gates. Nearby car parks with free parking can be found in our local forest list without the £ symbol.
Annual parking pass available:
Available in advance by downloading the application form and emailing to the Regional Office. Please read our Annual Pass terms and conditions (PDF) before applying.
Valid at Braveheart (Glen Nevis), Loch Linnhe, Loch Oich, Aros Park (Mull), North Face, Ariundle, Glencoe Lochan, Glengarry, Glen Righ, Àrd-Àirigh, Garbh Eilean Wildlife Hide, Barnluasgan, Sutherland's Grove, Strone Hill, Glen Lochy, Fearnoch, Carradale (Grianan), Carradale (Port Na Storm), Ardcastle, Achnabreac.
Valid at all Forestry and Land Scotland car parks except Tentsmuir.
The car park is on the loch side of the A82, 2 miles north of Corran Ferry or 6 miles south of Fort William.
PH33 6SJ is the nearest postcode, about 1½ miles to the south.
Eight mighty waterfalls and wide loch views
A forest glen surrounded by mountains