Canna Campsite is a campsite & bunkhouse on the Island of Canna!
Come and visit our great little Island with fantastic views and wildlife.
We have brought together everything that you will need for a great holiday at Canna Campsite.
Whats at the campsite?
Pitches : just choose your spot for the best view and pitch up!
Camping pods : our Puffin pod sleeps 2 and the Eagle and Otter Pods can sleep up to 4 people.
Caravans: our two caravans sited near the farm steadings are fully equipped and can sleep 4-6 people.
Bunkhouse: 8 Bed bunkhouse with toilet, shower and kitchen. (1 room with 6 bunks & 1 private room with two bunks)
Cookshack : kitted out with pots, utensils, plates and worktop space. Remember to bring your own stove.
Toilet & Showers : 2 toilets and 2 showers on site. Caravans and bunkhouse have own toilets and showers.
Water: treated water provided at outside tap and a proper area for washing up and drying your dishes.
Campfire : everyone wants a fire when they camp! We face west so watch the sunset dip into the Atlantic.
Picnic tables : so you can sit outside and enjoy the view, have your meal, write your postcards…
places to stay
for more info & to book choose from the options below
£12 per night
£50 per night
£30 per night
£35 per night
£17 per night
Sleeping bag pack - Sleeping bag, liner, towel, pillow and mat- £10 per stay
Charcoal & Firestarter packs
Towel pack - 2 bath towels - £5 per stay
Logs make sure you have your campfire! £8 per bag
Bedding pack - feather duvet, linen, pillows and 2 towels. £25 per stay
Pets - free and welcome!
Please reserve extras in your booking.form
Ferry: You can find your way to Canna by Calmac ferry from Mallaig.
The summer Small Isles ferry timetable for Canna and the rest of the Small Isles starts on the 27th March 2020
From 27th March 2020 the ferry runs on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday morning and Saturday evening and also on a Sunday so you can plan to come for 1, 2 or several days!
Kayak or Sail: However if you want to sail or kayak to Canna here are the GPS co-ordinates you will need 57.0579° N, 6.5456° W
If you want to check out where we are on a map this is the OS Grid reference: NG244 058 and we can be found on OS Explorer Map 397: Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna
things to do & see
Do and see
Bird watching - Canna is home to a wide range of seabirds and other species. Pick up a Canna Birds checklist at the community shop and go bird spotting! Top finds include puffins, shelducks, buzzards, wrens, eagles and merganser ducks.
Archaeology - Canna has at least 1200 documented sites. Main sites are the Celtic Cross, Sgor nam Ban-Naomha (the nunnery), the Viking’s Grave and the Souterrains although there are many more to spot along any walks you take.
Eagles - keep your eyes and ears peeled and spot our local White Tailed Sea Eagles and Golden Eagles as they soar over the island and ocean hunting or displaying their flying prowess. Please just be careful not to disturb the eagles during the nesting season.
Refuel and Relax at Cafe Canna - our little cafe on the harbour. Open daily for meals, drinks and takeaways with free wifi.
Go shopping - Our community shop stocks a range of groceries, books, tea, coffee and has free wifi. Arts, crafts & produce created by local residents.
Go underground - walk towards Tarbert (make sure you have a map!) and visit our mysterious souterrains and come up with your own theory of what they were used for….
Isle of Canna Farm - all of Canna is a working farm stocking Blackface and Cheviot sheep, Highland and Beef Cattle,. You will be able to see the animals in the fields close at hand but please be careful not to disturb them at lambing and calving times.
Shark!! keep an eye on the ocean and every so often you might just spot a Basking Shark, Dolphin or a Minke or Killer Whale.
Otter spotting - there are several otter families based around the island and they can be spotted fishing or returning through the fields to their holts which are often quite far away from the shore.
Go walkabout! - Canna has some lovely walks with lots of wildlife and beautiful views.
Isle of Canna