Loch Lomand & The Trossachs
Holiday Parks - Caravans, Camping, Touring, Motorhomes & Glamping
If you are looking for a holiday park in Scotland then Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park takes some beating. From breathtaking mountains and glens, to the vast tranquil beauty of the lochs, the National Park boasts some of the most stunning scenery in the world. Around the shores of Loch Lomand, the views are spectacular and no more so than seeing Ben Lomond, one of Scotland’s most iconic Munros, cloaked in snow during the winter months. In fact, autumn and winter can be the best times to visit the area away from the summer crowds. With so many things to see and do, time is not on your side unless you are planning a very long holiday.
It may come as a surprise that there are 22 large lochs, numerous smaller lochs and lochans, and about 50 rivers and large burns in the National Park which helps explain why this part of Scotland is a tourist magnet throughout the year. Some of the more popular lochs to visit from your holiday home lodge include....
- Loch Chon
- Loch Ard
- Three Lochs Forest Drive
- Loch Arklet
- Loch Earn
A wee city with a big history, Stirling punches well above its weight for historic attractions and spectacular scenery, not to mention shopping, places to eat and exciting events.
Visit Stirling and take in the magnificent views from Stirling Castle's hill-top esplanade towards the National Wallace Monument on the edge of the Ochil Hills. Wandering around the Old Town is not to be missed with its historic buildings and boutique shops in the Victorian Stirling Arcade. The city has plenty of cafes, friendly pubs and restaurants serving local dishes and at the farmers' markets you can wander around the stalls and snap up local produce.
Falls of Dochart & Loch Tay
The Falls of Dochart can be seen as you enter the pretty village of Killin just north of Callander off the A85 at the western end of Loch Tay. These famous white waters of the Falls of Dochart can be viewed from the village’s bridge which can get packed with tourists during the summer.
After seeing the falls, continue on to see Loch Tay where there are many lodge and glamping parks to stay in. Loch Tay is the 6th largest loch in Scotland stretching over 15 miles in length, 1 mile wide and 150m deep in places. From the main town of Kenmore, you can hire a boat and sail around the loch.