Things to Do
When you come to North ledaig Caravan Park you can be as active or as relaxed as you like while you are here which means this is the perfect location for your stay.
If you wish to be active, the National Cycle Network 78 runs through the middle of the park. You can climb the local Munroe or walk up Beinn Lora and enjoy the view over the Park to the islands of Mull and Lismore. You can launch off the beach and sail round the bay or canoe to the Islands (or tackle the Falls of Lora). You can fish for mackerel from the shore or potter to the middle of the bay and fish over the wreck of the SS Breda for more challenging sport. If you’re keen on sub-aqua diving the SS Breda is renowned to be one of the most interesting dives in the local area.
So much to do, the choice is yours!
When you want to pull yourself away from the idyllic surrounds of North Ledaig Caravan Park you will find plenty of places to visit in and around the local area, from taking a trip to Cruachan visitors centre, visiting Oban Distillery and McCaigs Tower, trying one of many indoor sports activities at Atlantis Leisure or taking a stroll around one of many idyllic local gardens.
Oban even boasts its very own Chocolate Factory where you can choose from an assortment of handmade chocolates with unique flavours or even enjoy a hot chocolate in the cafe.
After all that should you feel a little on the peckish side you will find a large number of great cafes and restaurants to choose from in and around the area from the famous Ee-usk seafood restaurant to the world's best fish & chip shop, or should you fancy Italian food why not try Piazza on Oban's North Pier, or why not have a pint of local beer with your meal at Cuan Mor?
If it's watching sunsets over Oban bay while enjoying a glass of wine why not visit Coasters bar situated on Oban's scenic esplanade?
For a full list of just some of the places to eat & drink click here »
The choice is yours!
When it comes to outdoor activities you will find North Ledaig Caravan Park ideally located, whether it be diving, canoeing, fishing, walking, pony trekking, golfing, cycling, sightseeing tours or wildlife watching you will find it all in and around the local area. Our staff in the Site office are always pleased to help or advise.