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Discover Campsites in Scotland's National Park
Enjoy the spectacular views at Loch Chon and Loch Achray.
Loch Chon campsite is a gem of a discovery for anyone camping for the first time, as well as camping veterans. Nestled on the beautiful shores of Loch Chon this informal, tent only campsite offers campers the opportunity to camp in a small picturesque site with basic facilities. Surrounded by forest and with wonderful views of nearby hills and mountains, it’s fabled that the sheltered water has a resident kelpie as well as one of the world’s largest populations of faeries! There are 26 pitches with a mixture of woodland and open loch-shore locations. Each pitch comes with a designated parking space, access to toilets and fresh water, while there are two accessible pitches with accessible toilets and designated parking close by. Prices are £7.00 per adult per night and children under 16 go free.
Location – Loch Chon campsite is located approximately 7 miles west of Aberfoyle in Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park on the B829 road between Kinlochard and Inversnaid.
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Loch Achray campsite is wonderfully positioned on the shores of Loch Achray with wide views across this beautiful part of the Trossachs. Squeezed in between Loch Katrine and Loch Venachar the campsite is ideally located to explore the trails of Three Lochs Forest Drive and the hills of Ben Venue and Ben A’an. Loch Achray campsite has 17 pitches with a mixture of loch-side and woodland locations, as well as raised timber platforms located on the hillside. Each pitch comes with a designated parking space, access to toilets and fresh water. There are two accessible pitches with accessible toilets and designated parking close by. Prices are £7.00 per adult per night and children under 16 go free.
Location – Loch Achray campsite is located approximately 6 miles west of Callander or via the A821 Duke’s Pass north of Aberfoyle.
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Across Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park to help protect some of the National Park’s most cherished lochshores, seasonal byelaws are in place from March to September covering camping and firelighting. During these months to stay in the Camping Management Zones covered by the byelaws you need to book a place at a permit area or a campsite. In some locations you also need a permit to stay overnight in your motorhome.
Camping permit areas provide the opportunity to have a ‘wild camping’ experience in popular parts of the National Park and have no formal facilities so you should come prepared. There is lots of variety in the places you may camp with a mixture of woodland sites like those found on Three Lochs Forest Drive, in the Trossachs, to open loch-shore areas like those on Loch Lomond, Loch Earn and Loch Venachar. Some areas are easily accessible by foot or cycle, and some might require a longer walk to reach but parking isn’t always guaranteed so make sure to plan ahead if you are bringing a car. Permits are £3.00 per tent or motorhome/campervan per night (up to three nights) and you will need a permit for each tent you intend to put up in a permit area.
Locations – There are 35 locations across the Cowal, Loch Lomond, Trossachs and Breadalbane areas waiting to be explored, so what are you waiting for!
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