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Motorhome wild camping at loch creran just off the a828 between oban and fort william

Loch Creran is a sea loch in Argyll, on the west coast of Scotland. It is about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) long from its head at Invercreran to its mouth on the Lynn of Lorne, part of Loch Linnhe. The loch separates the areas of Benderloch to the south and Appin to the north. The island of Eriska lies at the mouth of the loch. The loch is bridged at its narrowest point at Creagan, by the A828 road. The village of Barcaldine lies on the south shore of the loch.


Map of Loch Creran, United Kingdom

At the head of Loch Creran lies the Glasdrum Wood National Nature Reserve an internationally important atlantic oakwood managed by Scottish Natural Heritage, classified as both a Special Area of Conservation and a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

This predominantly ash and oak woodland is home to butterflies like the rare chequered skipper (Carterocephalus palaemon), as well as being frequented by otters (Lutra lutra).


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