After the long dark days of winter, nothing lifts the spirits quite like the arrival of spring. During this season of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth take time to visit Loch Lomond. Rich in wildlife and nature, enjoy the forests, woods, lochs, bens and glens of the area and get pleasure from the wide and diverse range of birds, animals and plant life. Within easy reach of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling escape the city and wake up in real Scotland.
COVID-19 : Lock Down. We urge people not to travel. Please stay at home as per government regulations. Stay Safe, Stay Well. Our communities look forward to welcoming you to Loch Lomond and the National Park with open arms, in the future, when this is all over.
About Loch Lomond
Lying on the Highland boundary fault and covering many contrasting landscapes, the loch is 24.5 miles (39 km) long, it is the largest freshwater loch in Scotland and the jewels in its crown are 30+ islands, the largest being Inchmurrin. This popular leisure destination, located between the lowlands and highlands of central Scotland was awarded National Park status in July 2002. Opened by HRH Princess Anne, the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, was the first in Scotland .
Only a thirty minute drive from Glasgow and within easy reach of Stirling and Edinburgh, explore the diversity of landscapes which have inspired painters, musicians, artists and writers. Visit Loch Lomond - a loch for all seasons.
"Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul." - John Muir, father of National Parks