North Ledaig is a site affiliated to the Caravan Club near Oban, Scotland.
We've visited once, in April 2012.
The site is very big, probably a couple of hundred yards deep by half a mile wide. It's also very open, with not much to break up the monotony of caravans looking out to sea. However, once you're pitched, even if you're at the back the steepness of the slope means other vans aren't a distraction. At the bottom of the site is a beach, which is great for exercising dogs (there's a separate dog-walking area on a dis-used railway at the back of the site as well).
The toilet blocks were of usual CC good quality.
Things to do? Well enjoy the view, walk on the beach...the next one along is very secluded so nice for a quiet day. The roads in the area are quiet, and a bike ride along Loch Etive is worthwhile.
There's a Co-op and Tesco in Oban about 10 miles south, alternatively there's a reasonably well-stocked shop at the site itself.
Would we go back? Probably.
NEARBY CAMPSITES WE'VE VISITED
Bunree CC (29 miles)
Maragowan CC (52 miles)