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Queen's View Carpark
Daytime only parking suitable for motorhomes
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Open from Jan to Dec
225m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Amazing stop over with spectacular views of the Glencoe Mountains.. No services other than outside tap, staff on site very friendly and helpful.. sat at the view point watching this mornings sun rise couldn't be in a better place..View all reviews by moethemoho
Brilliant move by the Forestry and a fantastic stopover with awesome views. Already popular with campervans, typically 14 there the night we stopped, but plenty of room, nice and quiet, although some overnight road traffic.View all reviews by marshallman
Local walks available from the viewpoint area cafe and information centre.
Do be aware that it is the highlands and you should dress appropriately to avoid tics at this time of year.
https://forestryandland.gov.scot/staythenight?highlight=Stay+the+night&fbclid=IwAR2vKsCqjZ271H-He7Ij1lizxuPTtLsFXXHw2FoaODCFl8Y_kGe6tN7TMWQView all reviews by jannyman
See above link. Opening for overnighting on a trial basis for 2020.
Stayed overnight, arrived after the visitor centre shut and left before it opened so we weren't able to sample the coffee. Can't really rate the facilities as we didn't use them, but if we had stayed a bot longer the Visitor Centre would have been open. Very twisty road on the way in, but it didn't seem so bad on the way back. Lovely view- all to ourselves. Happy to pay £2.00 for the privilege of parking here.View all reviews by csandrey
Stayed here en route to Aviemore. It's a little way off the A9, and the roads are a little windey, but was worth it to wake up to the beautiful views. Also the cafe serves coffee and breakfast.View all reviews by nxh190