Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Location

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Location

This Park at Scotland’s heart is 720 square miles of mountains, moorlands, iconic summits, two forest parks (the Queen Elizabeth and the Argyll, both home to red squirrel, badgers, bats, red and roe deer) and water – lots of it. You’ll find 22 larger lochs (including sea lochs), numerous smaller lochs and lochans and around 50 rivers and large burns here.

It’s no wonder the park is well-known for its canoeing and other water-based activities. The Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Loch Drunkie, Loch Achry, Loch Ard and Loch Katrine at the Stronachlachar end of the park are particularly popular with paddlers, while the challenging rapids and falls on Rivers Falloch, Leny and Dochart will appeal to the more experienced paddlers.

Loch Lubnaig, just south of Strathyre, is an excellent choice for watersport enthusiasts too, as is Loch Lomond. Lomond is the largest body of freshwater in mainland Britain – plenty of room to paddle here, but the loch is also popular for boating, water skiing, bathing and picnicking, or simply sitting back to soak up the unique atmosphere and scenery.

It’s on the shores of this great loch where you’ll find the Club’s two campsites in the Loch Lomond and Trossach’s National Park. Luss Club campsite is located on the western shore of Loch Lomond and its stunning views of the Park make it one of the Club’s most beautiful sites. Milarrochy Bay Club campsite is located across the loch from Luss Club Site on the east shore.

Camping in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park