Loch Clash Pier
Please register at the SPAR shop and obtain a windscreen ticket. We offer 5 serviced sites (waste disposal, fresh water, EHU) and up to 10 spaces for overnight parking (waste disposal and fresh water). If the shop is closed, please pay via the mail slot.
Please note: We are not able to take bookings; it is first come, first served. Also, we cannot accommodate tents as we are located on a tarred pier.
All revenue is used to support community projects.
Serviced site – £15 (include electricity, water and waste) We have 5 serviced pitches.
Overnight parking on pier – includes water and waste – £10 Donation
Water and waste only – £5
There are 24/7 public toilets located at the main harbour near the Quay House restaurant. Across the road in the Fish Market building (next to wear the boats land their catch), there is a washer and tumble dryer as well as a shower.
There is a washing machine and tumble dryer as well as showers at the main harbour. They are on the ground floor in building nearest the fishing boats. Enter at the end closest to the car park. The washing machine and tumble dryer cost £5 each. The shower is £1 for around 5 minutes. Pound coins are needed.
The Stopover is located on an open pier. Although most days are fine, sometimes we have gales. If high winds are combined with high tides, it is possible for the water to wash onto the pier. Please use common sense where the weather is concerned. Our site is not supervised. During a gale, you may want to go elsewhere or park parallel to the rear embankment.
For more information about Loch Clash Stopover,
please contact Graham Wild at firstname.lastname@example.org
On 16 May 2018, Loch Clash was visited by Wally the Walrus who has been travelling around the north coast of Scotland. He is sleeping on the beach with the Loch Clash Stopover in the background. After leaving us he appeared in Lochinver and then in Wick.
Shop Opening Hours
|Monday-Friday||9:00 am – 8:00 pm|
|Saturday||10:00 am – 6:00 pm|
|Sunday||10:00 am – 3:00 pm|
For more information about Loch Clash Stopover, please contact Graham Wild at email@example.com
14 April 2017
Dawne Noble, a recent visitor to Loch Clash, painted the view on a piece of slate she found on the beach there. We feel that it really captures the feel of the site and Dawne has kindly allowed us to use this image.
2 March 2017
We received a lovely email (via this website) from Tony and Sue Rochester who recently stayed at the Loch Clash Stopover camper van site.
“I would like to thank the Community Company for their real foresight in developing Loch Clash as an aire for motorhomes. We travel throughout Europe in our motorhome where this type of facility is commonly found and always comment that it is a pity that we are never made to feel as welcome when travelling in the U.K.
We are currently sitting in our van at Loch Clash and cannot think of a better place to be. Rest assured that we will try to put as much money into the local economy as we can while we are here as we really appreciate what you have done.“Thanks to all involved.”‘
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