Have you decided your next holiday simply won’t be complete without a camping trip in Scotland? Perhaps you want to spend a day or two by the shores of Loch Lomond. Or maybe you’re looking for a glamping experience complete with all the modern features.  Whatever your preference, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs surely has…

Do yourself a favour and spend quality time in Scotland’s first national park. Established in 2002, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is a beautiful escape from the stresses of everyday life.  Visiting the park allows you ample opportunities to hike, explore, or simply soak in the marvellous nature of over 20 lochs, the…

Escape into nature and relax at some of the best hot tub lodges in the Trossachs. These impressive hotels, lodges, and cottages have you soaking up the views as you enjoy a hydrotherapy massage.  The Trossachs are ideal for a weekend getaway or an extended stay in nature. Get out of busy Glasgow and take…

Loch Lomond is one of the premier tourist destinations in the world, home to fantastic natural scenery and no shortage of outdoor adventure.  If you are looking for a unique way to plan your next vacation accommodation, consider glamping. Glamping combines the beauty and adventure of camping with modern comforts and luxury giving you the…

Visiting a castle is a beautiful experience. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs have many castles to experience, making it the perfect place to see one.  It’s an unforgettable experience to enjoy with your family. You’ll find some of the most intriguing castles in Scotland and get the opportunity to learn about all of the extraordinary…

Located in southern Scotland and one hour’s drive from Glasgow city, you’ll find Loch Lomond and the Trossachs region. It derives its name from Britain’s largest lake, the Loch Lomond, and the numerous Trossachs that dot the area. Visitors to the region get to enjoy fishing, kayaking, cruising, and other water activities offered at the…

Planning a trip to Loch Lomond but not sure where to park? No worries, parking around Loch Lomond is always free with plenty of spaces, so everyone has a fun time. Located just north, with its southern shores about 23 kilometres north of Glasgow, Loch Lomond is a large freshwater lake that contains the largest…

The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park covers 1,865 km2 of beautiful mountains, wetlands, and forest scenery. The park– which is the fourth largest in the British Isles– holds 21 Munros, including Ben Lomond, Ben More, and Ben Challum, and 22 large lochs. The park boasts 200 different bird species, and over 25% of all…

When planning a camping trip to Balloch, you’ll want the best amenities the Trossachs can offer. It’s a picturesque region filled with lochs, villages, and lush scenery. You’ll also find your pick of quality campsites that’ll suit any camping style.  So, if you’re planning a camping holiday in the Balloch area, check out these campsites…