Top Family Activities this Easter around Loch Lomond

What’s on for families this Easter by Loch Lomond?

If you’re looking for an Easter break by Loch Lomond with the kids, our luxury family holiday deal is for you! Not only will you enjoy a luxurious stay in one of our 5-star self-catering lodges with extensive private grounds and your own hot tub, but you’ll receive an activity pass of your choice for either a family boat trip, visit to the Sealife Centre, or a voucher towards pony trekking. The perfect family holiday right here in Scotland! Check out the full details and book here.

And to help you plan your stay, here a few local Easter holiday activities for you to enjoy …

Loch Lomond Waterfront

During your break at Loch Lomond Waterfront, be sure to spend some time in your luxury lodge. Have a dip in the hot tub, take in the fresh air and lochside views, feed the ducks, geese and wildlife, paddle in the shallow waters of our private beach. And above all, enjoy some quality family time together.  

A view of the Loch Lomond Waterfront Lodges over still water

Use Your Activity Pass

Included in our luxury family holiday package is a family activity pass. Decide between a Loch Lomond boat trip for 2 to 6 people, Sealife Centre tickets for up to 2 adults and 2 children, or a £50 voucher towards a pony trekking experience. The choice is yours … all make great springtime activities.

Boy looking at fish in an underwater tunnel aquarium

Spring Walks

There are plenty of beautiful walks here on the east side of Loch Lomond, from gentle strolls along the beach to more challenging routes. Here is a handy list of local walks. Each is graded by difficulty, distance and time so you can choose the right one for your family. We have both pet-friendly and pet-free lodges in our resort, so you can bring your four-legged friends along too!

The shores of Loch Lomond near Balmaha in Scotland

Easter Egg Hunts

Join in the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Ben Lomond. This great family activity on 12th and 13th April 2020 is run by the National Trust for Scotland. Follow the trails, solve the clues and receive a Cadbury chocolate treat. Please note, there is a charge of £3 per child to take part.

Or, visit Dunbarton Castle from 10th to 13th April 2020 for their Easter Eggsplorer Trails. Find all the clues to complete the challenge at this iconic Scottish castle. The trail is included in the normal admission price and is free for Historic Scotland Members.

Children on Easter egg hunt in blooming spring garden

Other Family Activities

If that’s not enough to keep you busy, there are plenty of exciting places to visit this spring in Loch Lomond. Such as Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre, Go Ape (for ages 10 and over) and many more local attractions.

If you need any more advice on things to do this Easter in Loch Lomond, just ask us during your stay or get in touch beforehand. Have a great time!

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