Places to Visit from Loch Lomond

Interesting Destinations from Loch Lomond Area

The following list, whilst not comprehensive, will provide some ideas which might be useful whilst holidaying in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. It is important to prepare for your trip and find out in advance about the places you can visit and the transport you can use to move between checkpoints more easily. And this can be helped by prime essays and various resources that provide a description of the location, as well as offer places to rest/satisfy aesthetic needs, etc.

Aberfoyle

The Queen Elizabeth Forest Park (David Marshall Forest Lodge) for Osprey observation, Forest Walks, waterfalls and the Highland Boundary Fault Walk. See also the Scottish Wool Centre and the old parish church of Aberfoyle.

Callander

Callander is the National Park's most important centre for accommodation and shops.
See the Rob Roy Centre, The The Hamilton Toy Collection , the MacLaren Leisure Centre, Callander Meadows and Crags walks. Kilmahog Woollen Mills, The Loch Venachar Liesure and boating centre, Inchmaholme Priory and Lake of Menteith.

Doune

Doune Castle, The Red Kite centre. The Blair Drummond Safari Park

Killin

The Falls of Dochart, Breadalbane Folklore Centre. Killin canoeing centre

Inverary

Ancestral home of the Clan Campbell. Visit Inverary Castle, the Old Town Goal, The old Clyde Puffer at the harbour.

Oban

Visit the islands with a ferry trip from Oban's harbour in a beautiful setting. See a variety of ancient castles from the glorious heyday of Scotlands ancient clan system. Relax on some of the most beautiful quiet beaches you have ever seen.

Perth

Perth is Scotlands ancient capital on the bank of the river Tay below the 'Bonnie Hill o' Kinnoull'.

Stirling

Midway between Glasgow and Edinburgh, Stirling will easily provide a day's interest for the whole family.

Visit Stirling Castle, Argyll's Lodgings, The Old Jail, The Wallace Monument, the Bannockburn Centre, CambusKenneth Abbey and The Thistle Shopping Mall

Edinburgh

Parking is difficult in Edinburgh and you may find it more convenient to travel by rail from Stirling.
Must see: Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, Royal Mile, Princess Street Gardens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Steamer at Loch Lomond pier