Wild Camping and Motorhome advice

Wild Camping and Motorhome advice

Click here for formal campsites and facilities

During the last couple of years a lot more motorhomes and campervans have visited Mull mains due to the introduction of much cheaper ferry fares for vehicles under 6m.  A group of us who have motorhomes and are enthusiasts are currently working on ideas for both wild camping and campsite camping

Campervan and motorhome map

Motorhome information Map. Click to view

Disposal points

Here is the link to campsites with disposal points.

More detailed information to follow.

On the map shown below, the campsites and their facilities are marked, along with advic

Motorhome information Map. Click to view

Lochbuie wild camping map

Lochbuie wild camping map, click to view

Lochbuie

Is a tranquil haven just awaiting discovery and Lochbuie Estate has created and maintained car-parks and walks around the area as well as a site for Wild Camping. Information flora@dobhrancroft.co.uk   Tel 01680 814153. Please note that Lochbuie House is a private residence so please observe the footpath signs, keep dogs under control and maintain the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

calgary wild camping

These toilets have just been renovated by local people. PLEASE look after them and keep them clean. This is not a disposal point!

Calgary Bay Camping

There is another excellent Wild Camping site at Calgary Bay which also has public conveniences close by.  There is no disposal site for motorhomes and motorhomes should not camp overnight.

This area is a SSSI and is specially protected as it is made up of a special grassland known as machair so please stick to the clearly marked designated area for camping.

  • Fires – Please do not gather wood from nearby woodland. Use existing hearths – no fires on the machair.
  • Use driftwood and/or bought wood available locally.
  • Use a stove if possible.
  • Water – Please note that tap water or burn water is not fit for drinking.
  • Human waste – If public toilets aren’t available, carry a trowel and bury your own waste and urinate well away from open water, rivers and burns.
  • Rubbish – Please clear up after your stay. Where possible, take rubbish away and consider taking other people’s rubbish too.
  • Noise – Please respect and consider others. Keep noise down, especially after 10.00pm.
  • Dogs – Please remember to keep your dog under control.
Passing place

Please use this sign as strong advice

Driving on Mull

Finally, and my biggest plea to help public relations with Mull folk and other road users.   Please, please, please, let vehicles behind you pass by pulling into a passing place.  They will toot their horns in appreciation if you do, and wave nicely.  Also remember, that the doctors on Mull, also ‘first medical responders, don’t have flashing blue lights, so one of those behind you may well be on their way to a ‘call out’.

A guide to campervans

A printed guide to campervans

Guide to Campsites and Motorhome usage

A downloadable brochure has been produced to carry with you.
If you would like to download it by clicking here Mull Campervan Leaflet 2019