Camping in Glen Rosa offers a different experience to the usual sites found in Scotland and on the Isle of Arran. Most campsites are situated in a limited space and many have the facilities of modern day hotels.
Glen Rosa Campsite is sited over a very large area of natural ground. The location is exceptional, next to the Glen Rosa track, which leads to the Arran Hills, including the highest, Goatfell. There is a body of water (the Rosa Burn) that flows through the campsite.
Facilities are very basic, wash hand basins, toilets and bins. Cold, drinkable water is available. There is no hot water, showers or electric hook ups. The site is not suitable for caravans or mobile homes. No need to book in advance if group numbers less than five.
The campsite at Glen Rosa offers campers the chance to camp in a unique location, known as a SSSI site (Site of Special Scientific Interest) made so by the geology, flora and fauna that make up the Glen. Due to the sensitivity of the area, campers are required to use litterbins, keep noise to a minimum, respect other campers and keep their camps within the confines of the site. Campers that fail to obey these rules will be removed. The Glen Rosa site is the only one in Brodick; Glen Rosa is two miles (3km) outside of the village.
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Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome.