Loch Lomond Holiday Park is a beautiful family holiday resort found on the western banks of Loch Lomond itself, a very special location in the heart of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. This site is owned and operated by Argyll Holidays.
The park is open from the beginning of March until the end of October every year, and has a range of accommodation options.
Guests without their own touring caravan or motorhome are able to hire one of the statics at the park, while holiday lodges are also available. All of the permanent accommodation at Loch Lomond Holiday Park is modern and equipped with all you need for a comfy holiday, with fitted bathrooms and kitchens, TVs and CD players, and some even have the luxury of a hot tub.
Alternatively, the park has a selection of hardstanding touring pitches. Pitches with electric hook-ups are available, while there are also fully serviced pitches with water and drainage hook-ups, too. Pets are permitted at this park and are welcome in all accommodation types. Owners are reminded to keep their pets under control at all times and to clean up after them.
Facilities found at the site include a toilet and shower block and a laundrette, while there is also a well-stocked shop where guests can pick up essentials and the odd luxury purchase, too.
There is plenty to do both in the immediate vicinity of the park and further afield. A range of water sports take place on Loch Lomond itself, with sailing, kayaking and canoeing among the water-based activities offered. There are numerous spots around Loch Lomond where guests can relax and enjoy a day of fishing, too. Guests looking to relax on the water can enjoy day cruises and take in the view while being served the finest in local food and drink.
You will also want to explore The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, where you'll find stunning views and fantastic opportunities for enjoying walking and cycling, hill climbing and hiking. Guests not planning to exert themselves too much should stick to the relatively flat pathways around the loch, which offer tremendous views across the water from woodland and countryside trails. Those that don’t mind a little challenge can take to the hill paths across the national park, or even explore further and head into the foothills of the Scottish Highlands.
Many people chose to visit Scotland on their camping and caravan holidays because it's world renowned for being the home of golf – and there are several exceptional golf courses close to the park. Loch Lomond Golf Club is the nearest, a spectacular championship golf venue that formerly hosted the Scottish Open tournament.
There are numerous small towns and villages close by that are worth visiting, with breweries and distilleries found in many locations, most offering some sort of guided tours.
Loch Lomond Holiday Park is a wonderful location to enjoy a break amongst stunning landscape, with plenty to do both in the immediate surroundings of the holiday park as well as further afield.
Loch Lomond is the largest expanse of fresh water in the British Isles. It encompasses a beguiling mix of islands, some inhabited others densely wooded, but all ideal for exploring.
Paths and trails, including the West Highland Way, offer unparalleled beauty for the lover of the outdoors. The rich woodland is home to many rare species of birds, deer and wild flowers.
Touring around the loch, you will come across small villages to wander through. Luss village is amongst them, brought to fame by the television series 'Take the High Road'.
If you would like to explore the loch from the water, loch cruises are available from nearby Tarbet and also from Balloch at the southern end of the loch.
For visitors using the park as a base for touring, it is the perfect location to do so.
Whatever your taste, whatever your age or in whichever direction you travel, your journey will be filled with wonder and amazement at the wild, untamed beauty that Scotland has to offer. The history books come alive with tales of William Wallace and Rob Roy as well as the Campbells and MacDonalds at Glencoe.
One thing is certain, that when you finally leave Scotland, you know that there will never quite be anywhere else that will create within you such a feeling and passion about a country, and you know for sure - you will be back!
Based on 2 review(s)
Ayrshire 01 Dec 2013
Lovely park very close to local shops and tourist attractions. Very friendly and helpful. Clean with excellent shower faculties. Great for kids with play park and games room. Go there all the time it's my favourite place to go. Quiet spots for when not with kids. Very safe and friendly.
DERBYSHIRE 12 Jul 2010
This park is on the edge of the loch and pitches are nice , No TV reception at all .they have a TV lounge but this shuts at 10pm so if you want to watch a movie thats starts at 9 pm you wont see the end of it, toilets and showers are clean and tidy . dish washing area for all those pots and pans, good shop, There is a bus to the local pub on Friday and Saturday night. The problem is the midges they drive you nuts so you need some cream if you stop. The problem I had was they were not very friendly and told me I cant put my England flag up, they dont allow flags. I have put this up for twenty years at many parks with no problem. Loch Lomond Holiday Park, Tarbet, Argyll & Bute, Scotland