Owned by the Rothiemurchus Estate which has developed a host of tourist attractions on its land. Campsite offers 22 pitches, showers, laundry and dish-washing areas. It's key appeal is to walkers with several good walks starting off from the campsite. These include a delightful lochside stroll through ancient Caledonian pine forest. Centuries ago the Scottish Highlands were carpeted in woodland like this but now only pockets of the original ancient forest remain. Lurking amid the trees is Loch an Eilein, a favoured fishing spot for Speyside’s ospreys and home to the ruins of an ancient castle.