Campsites, Caravan and Holiday Parks in Kinlochlochy Inverness-shire
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Great Glen Water Park in Kinlochlochy is lodge style self catering accommodation and has a swimming pool. The holiday park has a bar and a take-away or restaurant. There is entertainment on the park during the season. Great Glen Water Park does allow pet dogs, but please do check when booking your specific self catering accommodation. Other activities close by include fishing. See selected Great Glen Water Park customer reviews/feedback shown by clicking More Info button.
Surrounded by magnificent scenery on the shores of Loch Oich and Loch Lochy with the wooded hills of the Great Glen behind th... more about Great Glen Water Park
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