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Nestling amongst the hills and woodlands surrounding the world-famous Loch Lomond, Lomond Woods is a very special place, ideal for your family holiday, active short break or relaxing weekend retreat. The park, owned and managed by the Wood family has consistently earned top awards from Visit Scotland, most recently “Best Park in Scotland” and the coveted “Thistle Award” for Customer Care.
The Inn on Loch Lomond, offers special late deals throughout the year. The Inn first opened in 1814, and has retained its traditional charm ever since, serving as a watering hole to generations of travellers, from far and wide. Enjoy modern accommodation, uniquely stylised public spaces, a fantastic restaurant and bar with natural furnishings and of course a roaring fire.
2 Night Winter Break - From £130.00 per room per night incuding a chilled bottle of Prosecco in your room for arrival and then dinner on one of the evenings.
Visit the Denny Tank in Dumbarton, watch the world’s first commercial ship model experiment tank in action and discover how William Denny & Brothers' innovative, experimental approach to shipbuilding made waves in the shipbuilding industry from the 1800s to 1963.
Kids go free at the family-friendly, interactive Museum, which was recently awarded a four-star VisitScotland grading.
There’s so much to see and do. You can:
Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park is situated approximately 4 miles from Stirling on the A84 but is still relatively close to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.
Regarded as one of the major attractions in Central Scotland, the Safari Park is set in 120 acres of beautiful woodland and is one of the best value for money days-out that Scotland has to offer.
From the Drive through Wild Animal Reserves to the adventure playground, there is plenty of fun and excitement for all the family and a “wild” day awaits you.
Clay pigeon shooting is a sport that sharpens the senses and tests your reactive powers. Now you can enjoy the experience in the glorious setting of the Trossachs Mountains on the slopes of Ben Venue looking across to Ben Lomond by the banks of Loch Lomond.
Action Adventure Activities is located minutes away from Loch Lomond. We provide the ideal leisure experience for groups or individuals. Choose from 4x4 driving, mountain boarding, canoeing, kayaking, wakeboarding, waterskiing, windsurfing, climbing, abseiling, archery, paintball, quad biking, off-road buggies, canyoning, cycle trips, blindfold driving, power kiting, raft building, guided hillwalks and our Survival Experience.
Boat Moorings and Slipways, Loch Lomond at Rowardennan
Boat moorings and slipways at Loch Lomond includes moorings and slips at Rowardennan on the east shore of Loch Lomond. Rowardennan is located on the quieter eastern shore of the loch.
The boat moorings belong to the Rowardennan Hotel where facilities include The Clansman and Rob Roy bars where you can enjoy fresh, home made food using local seasonal produce.
The Ardlui Marina lies on the tranquil north shores of Loch Lomond. With all the facilities you'd expect from a premiere marina, the Ardlui Marina boasts swinging moorings, floating pontoons and an out-of-water boatyard among its many attributes. Other facilities include a twenty ton travel hoist, a slipway, trailer and boat storage, hull maintenance, floating fuel pontoon and pump out station.
Boats wishing to visit may do so but are advised to phone ahead.
Leisurely cruise beautiful Loch Goil in a self-drive boat. No experience necessary - full safety equipment provided. The area abounds with wildlife and you may spot seals, porpoises, gannets, cormorants, herons, eider ducks, oystercatchers and more. You may also like to try your hand at fishing.
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