Great Glen Water Park has a wonderful location on the shores of Loch Oich for a family holiday for those who enjoy the outdoors with a wide selection of water sports and land-based activities..
What’s at this holiday park
This Scottish Highlands holiday park offers a range of facilities and activiities including:
- Indoor heated pool
- Salmon and trout fishing
- Sauna and spa bath
- Bar, restaurant and coffee shop
- Children’s play area
- Short mat bowls and petanque
- Table tennis
- Body Zorbs
- Canoeing and kayaking
- Clay pigeon shooting
- Gorge walking
- Half-size tennis court
- Mountain biking
- Quad biking
- White water rafting
- 4×4 driving
Some activities are subject to availability and charges may apply so check website for latest information.
The Great Glen Water Park offers a variety of detached Scandinavian holiday lodge accommodation to suit all budgets. Some log cabins have loch views.
Accommodation facilities include:
- Outdoor hot tub (selected lodges only – see website for details)
- Pets welcome (selected lodges only – see website for details)
- Kitchen including microwave
- Dishwasher (selected lodges only – see website for details)
- Bath and/or shower
- Additional sleeping for one/two in the lounge area (selected lodges only – see website for details)
- Beds made up for your arrival
- All non-smoking accommodation
Book and find out more about the Great Glen Water Park, near Spean Bridge, Scotland
For more info and photos or to book, please visit the website.
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