Originally Posted by jambo
But in the interest of you boys of the 'soft' variety I am sure Polwart will be along in a minute with his usual travelog.
uny1965 - you probably want to narrow down the options a bit.
When you say loch do you mean fresh water loch (which will restrict your choices somewhat - but still give you options) or sea loch.
How far do you want to travel? (hours in the car / distance)
What sort of camping facilities do you want? e.g. a full on fancy site with showers, a shop, etc; somewhere "official" but secluded or since you can (in principle) camp virtually anywhere* in Scotland due to our enlightened 'right to roam' legislation just a suitable spot for a tent.
* you should note that the right to wild camp is an extension of the right of access across land, it does not apply in peoples gardens etc. It also no longer applies in some parts of the Loch Lomond National Park. The right of access does not apply to motorised access and therefore there is no automatic right to drive up, park your car and camp, nor is there an automatic right to do the same with a motorised SIB - but a sensible approach will normally avoid trouble. (i) Stay out of site of peoples houses; (ii) Don't make a lot of noise, mess etc, avoid open fires if you can.