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Powertrain
13-05-2010, 09:22
Any wild camping spots within an hours drive of Kilchoan know to you experts?
On the B8007 which looks as if it should have an overnight pull-in spot

Canalsman
13-05-2010, 11:23
Any wild camping spots within an hours drive of Kilchoan know to you experts?
On the B8007 which looks as if it should have an overnight pull-in spot

You could try here 56.71361, -6.01528 - Google Maps (http://tinyurl.com/24alsvx)

here 56.68219, -5.98107 - Google Maps (http://tinyurl.com/2uwr8hs)

or here 56.68660, -5.93288 - Google Maps (http://tinyurl.com/3xugxs3)

derekfaeberwick
13-05-2010, 13:17
If you can reach Kilchoan there are plenty places to park and you can get showers, home made soup and home baking very cheaply here,56.696507,-6.100262 - Google Maps (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=56.696507,-6.100262&num=1&t=h&sll=56.697952,-6.103371&sspn=0.012254,0.032015&hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=56.696745,-6.100422&spn=0.002106,0.004823&z=18). The ferry is a short distance past the community centre, and although my Jess and I had a run in with the 'lady' in charge of the pier re parking a few years ago, I don't think she'll be giving any motorhomers bother now. Nuff said.

Pier lady asides, Kilchoan is a lovely friendly place.

tony
13-05-2010, 14:01
If you can reach Kilchoan there are plenty places to park and you can get showers, home made soup and home baking very cheaply here,56.696507,-6.100262 - Google Maps (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=56.696507,-6.100262&num=1&t=h&sll=56.697952,-6.103371&sspn=0.012254,0.032015&hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=56.696745,-6.100422&spn=0.002106,0.004823&z=18). The ferry is a short distance past the community centre, and although my Jess and I had a run in with the 'lady' in charge of the pier re parking a few years ago, I don't think she'll be giving any motorhomers bother now. Nuff said.

Pier lady asides, Kilchoan is a lovely friendly place.

we are heading that way next month. we already had been thinking of the community centre.
tony


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