Campsites in The Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park with fishing

The wild natural beauty of Loch Lomond is the perfect setting for outdoor adventure.

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12 top campsites in The Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park with fishing


Loch Katrine Eco Camping

22 units · Glamping, Motorhomes1 acre · Central Scotland, Stirling and Falkirk
Loch-side sleeping and exploring in one of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park's most historic locations
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West Highland Way Campsite

40 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · South Scotland, Lanarkshire, Glasgow
A welcoming campsite on the West Highland Way
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St Conan's Escape

4 units · Glamping4 acres · Dalmally, Argyll And Bute
Dog-friendly lodges on a Scottish mountainside with incredible loch views
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Culdees Castle Estate Glamping

5 units · Glamping, Motorhomes17 acres · Perthshire , Perth And Kinross
Luxury woodland cabins, each with a private hot tub, in the grounds of a Scottish castle
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Craigmarloch Lodge

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Glasgow, Stirling And Falkirk
This peaceful self- contained Studio is set in the grounds of a family home with a private entrance and dedicated parking. The Studio is comfortable and well equipped with a power shower, flat screen TV, microwave, kettle, fridge and toaster. The outside decking area and hot tub are for sole use of guests and contain two seating areas to allow for outdoor dining and relaxation.
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Stoneymollan® over Loch Lomond

2 units · Glamping1 acre · Balloch, Scotland
We have two luxury cabins here at Stoneymollan® over Loch Lomond with exclusive use of either a wood fired hot tub or wood fired sauna with magnificent panoramic views over Loch Lomond and the surrounding areas. The John Muir Way and The Three Lochs Way begin at the end of our tree-lined drive with open wild spaces and spectacular landscapes. You are very likely to see some of the wildlife we share our landscape with. Apart from common species such as Frogs and Toads, Field Voles, Foxes, Stoats (ermine in winter), Hedgehogs, a variety of Garden Birds, Buzzards, Grouse, Pheasants and the occasional adventurous Rabbit (there are too many stones in the ground for them to dig burrows), you may also see Red Squirrels, Roe Deer, Barn Owls, Ospreys (in summer), Tree Creepers, Woodpeckers, Ravens, Sparrow Hawks, Kestrels and common Lizards to name a few. There is also a pair of Golden Eagles nesting approximately 10 miles away. The West End of Glasgow is only a 25min drive away. Balloch Train and Bus station are only a 15min walk away yet it feels a million miles from anywhere... best of both worlds. Our cabins are located within the grounds of Upper Stoneymollan® Cottage which was originally the shepherds cottage for the Cameron Estate. It was built c1880. We have a tree-lined driveway with guest parking outside the front of the main house and our pods/cabins are located in a private area at the rear of our property with which plenty of garden area as well as private access into the woods. We are also only a 15min walk to the shores of the south side of Loch Lomond.
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8 units · Glamping1 acre · Central Scotland, Perth and Kinross
Rural glamping in a converted railway carriage, shepherd's hut, or bell tent in blissful Scotland
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Luggiebank Camp

10 units · Tents6 acres · Scotland
Located centrally between Glasgow, Edinburgh, Falkirk and Stirling. Excellent travel options owed to local train station (20 min walk). Lots of Scottish wildlife can be seen. Don't be shocked if you wake up to deer in the fields or hear the Tawny Owls calling to each other. There is also Scotlands largest Bird of Prey centre on site!
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Cairngorms Glamping and Campsite

10 units · Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Scotland
We have 10 non-electric pitches in a spectacular setting, surrounded by hills and the River Don. We also have Critter Corner, an area where you can get up close with our friendly animals. We have alpacas, pygmy goats, a donkey and more. We also have a couple of kids play areas. This is all included in the price. For £5 per person we have Cairngorms Kwidditch (a 9-hole disc golf course). You can also go alpaca trekking - £10 per child (16 or under) and £15 per adult. Children will need to be accompanied by a paying adult.
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Port nan Gael Campsite Isle of Mull

35 units · Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Pennyghael, Scotland
Port nan Gael is a new location offering tourers and campers the choice to enjoy the great outdoors lochside, with sea and sunset facing views. There is a pub and restaurant on site as well as toilet and shower facilities. We also have eco pods if you are looking for a comprehensive package. Whether you are a wildlife fan, and adventure seeker or looking for peace by the water we can accommodate your needs. Come visit and see for yourself! PLEASE NOTE: Washing up facilities (Pot wash) will be installed mid July).
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Runach Arainn Eco Glamping

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Arran
A three-yurt luxury glamping site on the Isle of Arran, steps away from the beach
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Kyleakin Shepherds Snug

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Scottish Isles, Isle of Skye, Broadford
Shepherds Hut Toilet facilities situated in the house next door, with views next to the hills with nothing in front of it also next to the obbe water to the Minch. Situated in Kyleakin next to the Skye Bridge so perfect assess to both the Island and Mainland. Perfect location for hill walking and Munro bagging
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Campsites with fishing in The Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park guide

Camping in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park allows you to embrace one of the most beloved parts of Scotland, which spreads across the Southern Highlands as the fourth-largest national park in Britain. Under an hour’s drive north of Glasgow and a gateway to more Scottish Highlands landscapes, the park’s hills, valleys, and lochs form the perfect canvas for an accessible rural retreat surrounded by mountains, forest, and charming villages. Loch Lomond is a magnet for outdoor adventurers, who can enjoy the likes of guided fishing trips around the loch and its rivers, or take in the surroundings on foot by following a wide network of hiking trails featuring the popular West Highland Way. Whether you want to take a relaxed ramble along the shore, cruise the waters, or pitch a tent on a tiny island, you’ll find plenty of ways to explore, and setting up camp—whether at a designated site or in the wild—is the best way to immerse yourself.

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Tips for Snagging a Campsite Reservation

  1. Booking is recommended for all campgrounds in the national park. Bookings should be made directly with the sites.
  2. Most sites allow booking many months in advance, so make your reservations as soon as you know travel dates. Smaller sites only allow booking up to two weeks in advance.
  3. In some areas of the park, wild camping is restricted to designated sites where permits are required from March through September. Permits may be booked up to two weeks in advance.

When to Go

The long hours of daylight and promise of fine weather makes May through September the most popular time of year to visit Loch Lomond. The area does get crowded with tourists in summer, however, especially in July and August, so be sure to make bookings in advance. To avoid crowds while still enjoying mild but cool conditions, September or October is a good option with the additional benefit of seeing the shores of Loch Lomond covered in autumn colours and blooming heather.

Know Before You Go

  • You can travel directly to Balloch, on the southern shore, by train from Glasgow. Local buses can get you to other nearby points of interest.
  • If you choose to wild camp, be sure to follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Wild camping is restricted in some parts of the national park.
  • Biting midges are a nuisance in summer, and Lyme disease-carrying ticks are also present in the park, especially during spring and summer.
  • Much of the park and its facilities are accessible, including the track around Loch Katrine. Check the official Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park website for more information.

Family Camping in Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park welcomes visitors of all ages, so it’s perfect for bringing the kids along on a family camping holiday. They won't be bored either, as the national park and its lochs are packed with activities. Whether it's admiring the surrounding nature, getting out on the expansive waters, or going on a family day out to an adventure course, there's a great deal here to keep the kids occupied at Loch Lomond.

Things to Do with Kids in Loch Lomond

  • Loch Lomond Faerie Trail: Enjoy a magical day out with your kids at the Faerie Trail, a woodland adventure that will pique their curiosity with stories of faeries, trolls, and unicorns.
  • Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre: Over 35 birds of prey and owls live here, where visitors can see flying shows and learn all about these magnificent animals in a safe, welcoming environment.
  • Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium: Take the kids to experience an underwater world that features rays, sharks, otters, turtles, and more.
  • TreeZone Aerial Adventure Course: Unforgettable experiences involving zip wires, balance beams, and bridges above the trees await at TreeZone.
  • Boat trips: A number of boat trips are available to hop on in the Loch Lomond area, from luxury cruising yachts to speedboat tours. Pick one to suit your family's tastes and enjoy the waters from a different perspective.

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