There is no shortage of things to do, either from the croft itself or to explore further afield.
For those who love walking and beaches there are great walks often with local wildlife to see and enjoy too ( White Sands, Morar, Samalaman Bay, Kentra Bay).  For those who like more strenuous walking, Ben Nevis and Ben Resipol are within easy reach. There are also bike hire options with route ideas in the area for all ages and abilities, from forest trails to downhill mountain biking.
Among the many places of interest to visit are Castle Tioram, Glenfinnan, Aonach Mor, Loch Shiel and the Jacobite Steam train runs between Mallaig and Fort William stopping en route at Glenfinnan. 
It is an ideal base location to visit the islands (Skye, Mull, Rhum, Eigg or Muck) or to take a wildlife watching trip from Arisaig where you may see Minke Whales, Dolphins, Porpoise, Basking Sharks, Otters, Puffins, Shearwaters and much more.
For the more adventurous there are opportunities to go guided sea kayaking, canyoning, white water rafting and abseiling amongst other things.
The local community at Glenuig has a well appointed village hall with a programme of events throughout the year and a small shop and post office.
The Glenuig Inn also offers food and drink as does the Lochailort Inn about 8 miles nearer to Fort William.