Loch Cam

A small reservoir in the northern half of the island of Islay (Argyll and Bute), Loch Cam is the largest of a group of small lochs that are centred around 3½ miles (6 km) north of Bridgend. It extends to 22.6 ha (55.8 acres) and supports a recreational fishery. Loch Cam drains through a dam at its southeastern end into Allt Garbh, which is a tributary of the River Drolsay.

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