Keltie Bridge Caravan Park is situated close to the town of Callander within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Keltie Bridge enjoys a quiet riverside location in the country with easy access off the A84 trunk road. Callander is within walking distance - either directly via a tarmac footpath or a woodland walk along a disused railway line which is now converted into part of the Sustrans national cycle network. campers, mobile homes & static caravans welcome.
Keltie Bridge offers 44 pitches for permanently sited holiday homes as well as 75 pitches on flat ground for touring caravans, motor homes and tents, these pitches are 12mtrs in length and consist of hard standing as well as grass.
We have fully serviced and part serviced pitches available. We also have a drive through motor home service bay and in our tenting area you will find a camping Bothy with picnic bench inside for our tenters to eat in shelter protected from the elements.
A modern and spotlessly clean shower & WC block: Our toilet/shower/laundry block is tiled throughout and has private dry changing areas for each shower. It is fully equipped with electric hand driers, hairdryers, disabled unit and baby changing table. There is also an onsite clothes washing machine and gas tumble dryer (Tokens are available from reception).
At present we are undergoing a new development consisting of new shower/toilet block with amenities for tents - drying area, indoor washing up facilities and baby/family room with a baby bath. We have made sure that our sites residents and none of the pitches are affected by the building works.
Your Host: David & Aletha Wilson
Tents from £9.00 depending on size, electric available at an additional cost.
Drive through motorhome service bay.
Static holiday homes for sale.
Great scenery - try viewing it from the SS Walter Scott as you steam gently up Loch Katrine. Modern sports centre in Callander. Historic castles at Doune, Stirling, etc.
2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles
Bannockburn Festival near Stirling
5 miles from Glasgow for accommodation for the 2014 Commwealth Games
Based on 4 review(s)
Stirlingshire 09 May 2011
Nestled in the beautiful Scottish countryside Keltie Bridge is a favourite site of ours. A tranquil escape from the stresses of everyday life, this small, quiet site in the Trossachs provides a relaxing base to explore the local area.
One of the joys of this site is the total lack of life-sized cuddly characters, compulsary bingo and cash guzzling games machines. My teenage daughters wouldn't enjoy it, but it is a haven for myself and my husband.
The site was taken over by new management last year and there have been several changes since then. The most obvious is an increase in the number of pitches. Further development is planned for this year, additional touring and static pitches will be available as well as a children's play park.
The new management are certainly dedicated with meticulous attention to detail. Freshly cut flowers in the toilet block are a nice touch. They are a friendly couple who obviously enjoy their work. The avid attention to detail and regular visible presence are show their dedication. However there were times during my last stay that I felt "policed".
Overall a site we will return to and an enjoyable stay despite the slightly over zealous management style.
stirlingshire 17 Jul 2010
Had been to keltie bridge in the past,and found it not a nice place to go, management was terrible and rude ,the site was a mess, Heard from a friend that it had new management,so decided to give it a try, arrived to a very friendly reception mr wilson is very helpful and friendly has great plans for the park and found the park to be very clean and tidy keep up the good work will keep coming back
Stenhousemuir 19 Apr 2010
Just back from a very good weekend at Keltie Bridge caravan park near Callander. Very friendly new warden in David Wilson, judging by other reviews he has made a major contribution in a very short time and has forward looking ideas for the future. All the grass is mown, shrubbery cutback and shower blocks kept very clean with nice little touches such as flowers and dishcloths. Great value. Callander itself is easy walking distance either along the old railway footpath or the main road. The park itself backs onto beautiful countryside with walks for the casual rambler or dedicated hillwalker.
Keltie Bridge Caravan Park, Callender, Perth and Kinross, Scotland
Airdrie Scotland 02 Nov 2009
We visited the site in the summer and it was quite a surprise , the cost was ok even though the welcome was dry. the start of the site has no toilet block and this is where the tenters are further in is the area for caravans .................... the grass was so long it rubbed the bottom of the caravan it hadnt been cut for quite a while. The toilet block was well , lets just say it was like the grass not had a lot of attention . the showers were also a bit dated.
Keltie Bridge Caravan Park, Perth and Kinross, Scotland