If you like visiting historic buildings Stirling Castle is worth a visit.
If you are feeling energetic the climb to the top of the tower (246 steps) rewards you with magnificent views
A great day out for young and old alike. Spend the whole day watching the animals.
BBQ area, cafes, amusements and large childrens playarea
pick your own fruit. Childrens adventure playground, cafe and tractor rides.
Take a walk on the wild side (if you dare) at Go Ape based in Aberfoyle.
Wide range of display ranging from classical art to natural history.
Why not visit this beautiful distillery and enjoy a tour and a dram, whilst enjoying the stunning scenery.
A multitude of scenic walks in the immediate and surrounding areas. If you would like to go fishing on the loch permits are available to buy locally.
Plenty of opportunities to observe our native and migratory species at RSPB Loch Lomond reserve. just a short walk from the park.
Why not enjoy a day trekking through the countryside.
Duncryne trekking and equatation centre, Gartocharn.
castle Rednock, Callender.
Why not try a different way to view the scenery of the loch. Take a flight in the sea plane from Cameron House.
Shopping and activity area based in Balloch.
Take a scenic trip on this beautiful steam boat. Berthed at Loch Katrine.
Cruise round Loch Lomond on one of these boats. Sweeneys cruises leave from Balloch bridge slipway and Loch Lomond Shores.
Paddle Steamer trips available please book in advance.