Inveruglas on the shores of Loch Lomond can be found on the main A82 opposite the Loch Sloy power station.
A pleasant drive it is worth a stop at the visitor car park . In the Summer its possible to take the ferry from here across Loch Lomond to Inversnaid. The ferry service is run by the Inversnaid Hotel and crossings should be arranged by contacting the Hotel.
The car park has a Visitor Centre is also a popular start point for walking the Arrocher Alps especially Ben Vane. Follow the road up past the power station to make the ascent. Also a good starting point for Ben Vorlich.
Worth a visit is the Cafe Lochan at Inveruglas Visitor Centre where you will find quality coffee and home baking.
Not to be confused with Inveruglas on the main land is Inverglas Isle within Loch Lomond. The name Inbhir Dhu(bh)ghlais means “mouth of the black stream”; Inveruglas Isle is therefore, quite literally, the island at the mouth of the black stream.
Inveruglas Isle lies opposite Inversnaid at the North end of the loch. There are ruins of a castle which was once home to the chiefs of the Clan MacFarlane, The castle was destroyed in the seventeenth century by Oliver Cromwell’s Roundhead troops.
The Loch Lomond Holiday Park at Inveruglas offers luxury holiday lodges for rent or for sale and has stunning views over Loch Lomond. Click on the accommodation links for contact details of the park.
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