When we say you’ll be camping on the banks of Loch Lomond, we mean it. Situated right on the banks of the loch (close enough for a morning paddle), Cashel campsite is the perfect location from which to appreciate the breathtaking scenery of western Scotland.
Things to do:
- For those keen to explore, an array footpaths and cycle paths lead off from the site. These include the West Highland Way which goes right past the entrance.
- A number of pubs that serve food are just a short drive away. You can also relax with a picturesque cruise on the water of nearby Loch Lomond.
- Cashel gives stunning views of the surrounding Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and Ben Lomond, a Munro of 3192ft, which is just four miles away.
- Local attractions include Dumbarton Castle, Mugdock Country Park, Go Country Adventure Park and the Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre.
- Children’s play area and proximity to watersports on the lake will keep kids entertained.
The important bit- facilities:
- Dogs are more than welcome on-site
- There are ample toilet and shower blocks
- Some pitches offer electric hook-ups and most units are welcome
- On-site shop sells camping essentials
- Accessible facilities available
Read more about Cashel campsite on the Camping in the Forest website.