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"Breathtaking scenery on the banks of Loch Lomond"
A wonderful location for a forest holiday, Cashel caravan and camping park is situated on the beautiful eastern shore of Loch Lomond. With stunning views of the surrounding Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Cashel campsite is perfect for boating, cycling and walking, as well as, canoeing, fishing or simply relaxing. The West Highland Way passes the entrance and provides access to an array of other footpaths and cycle paths through the forest, with the Munro, Ben Lomond (3,192ft) towering above.
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Cashel - Loch LomondCashelRowardennanDunbartonshireG63 0AW
No calls after 8pm please.
Please Note: Some Scottish season dates vary slightly to the above:
26-30 Jun - Bank Holiday 1-19 Jul - Bank Holiday 2 - 5 Aug Bank Holiday 23-26 Aug High Season 1 Sep High Season 11-19 Oct Mid Season 25-31 Oct Low Season 1-2 Nov Low Season
We arrived of off a bumpy pot holed road into the site. The site is idyllic in woodland and we camped right onto the water with beautiful
Views over the lake. We paid a little extra for this pitch but it was worth it. The showers and loos clean and warm. Impressed by the recycling rubbish centre. Disappointed with the grey waste disposal point as it was just about impossible to move the metal cover. Stayed two nights. Great walks for dogs including the walks in the natural woodland centre. Would stay again
DATE STAYED: April 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Moderate
SUITABLE FOR: Families
1st time camping , was brilliant site , will be booking again next yr
very friendly and spotless site
DATE STAYED: June 2012
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Easy
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break
stayed here in April , had a great time only disappointment was after we had booked online arrived on site and was advised that caravan could not be sited on our select pitch with living area and tow bar facing loch , which wasn't stated on the online booking form so we had to pitch up on a premium pitch and weren't refunded the difference in cost . Best to phone before booking online
DATE STAYED: April 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Active break
Cashel is on the banks of Loch Lomond and all around you are views of Ben Lomond and other mountains. You will wake up to the most beautiful scenery. After checking in you can then go and choose your own pitch, so the earlier you get there the better the view. There are some seasonal residents on the site. The campsite is well looked after, with a small shop that is expensive, 2 shower blocks, water and waste points around the site. The west highland way goes right past the campsite,a walk to Balmaha is about 3 miles. Once in Balmaha you can have lunch at the The Old Oak inn or a drink to wet your whistle or you can take the water bus to Luss, this will cost Â£10.50 for a return ticket for an Adult, great views out on Lock Lomond and then the lovely village of Luss to see.
Cashel was a great site for relaxing and getting back to nature loved it and would go back.
DATE STAYED: May 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Its been 10 years since last at this campsite and I have to say its still as friendly and beautiful as ever! Visited the week after the May bank holiday which must have been a busy one as all of the bins were full! We had a really quiet week, friendly staff and other people staying on the site also dog friendly which is nice. Good weather helped make the week with a trip up Ben Lomond and cycling into Balmaha, evenings spent sat on the beach watching the sun set over the loch, so peaceful! Will definatley be heading back up there this year!:-)
DATE STAYED: May 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Fantastic location on the shores of Loch Lomond. Make sure you have enough food and milk etc. The nearest 'normal' price shop is back at Balloch. The ones nearer are small local shops with prices to match. Fantastic for dog owners and keen walkers. Ben Lomond takes about 6 hours round trip. Some great walks just opposite the site though. Will definately be back. The facilities on site are limited, however, the toilet/shower block was very good.
DATE STAYED: March 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
The Site Wardens were extremley helpful and pleasant nothing was too much trouble and where very reasurring to new Tourers to the club and to camping.
DATE STAYED: April 2011
There's over 13,000 miles of miles of walking cycling route on the Sustrans National Cycle Network.
to see the routes local to Cashel - Loch Lomond.