Things to do this summer at Loch Lomond

Summer is the perfect time to experience the beauty of Loch Lomond. With warmer temperatures and longer days, there’s no shortage of activities to enjoy during your visit. Each of our lodges accommodates 2 to 6 guests. For larger family groups, you can make a multi-lodge booking. We also offer inter-connecting lodges, allowing up to 12 guests to stay together. We have both pet-friendly and pet-free accommodation in our resort, so you can bring your four-legged friends along too. Here are some fantastic ways to make the most of your summer stay at Loch Lomond Waterfront.

Loch Lomond Waterfront Lodges Aerial view looking down on lodge and lawn with hot tub.
Family friendly 5 star accommodation.

Boat Trips and Cruises

Take a boat trip or cruise on Loch Lomond to explore its calm waters and beautiful scenery. Cruising the loch gives you a different view, where you can see the peaceful waters, beautiful islands, impressive mountains and wildlife.

Cruise boat heading to Balmaha at Loch Lomond. Aerial view looking down on the loch.
Cruise boat heading to Balmaha.

Water Activities

From adrenaline-pumping water skiing to relaxing canoe safaris, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on the water at Loch Lomond. Explore the historic Inchcailloch Island on a canoe safari or why not try paddleboarding or wakeboarding? Fishing enthusiasts can learn to fly fish for salmon and trout right from the shore, with fishing tuition and equipment hire available.

Fishing for pike, and perch from a lake or pond. Background wild nature. Fisherman with rod, spinning reel on the river bank. Wild nature. The concept of a rural getaway.
Fishing breaks in Scotland really are among the most memorable.

Walking & Hiking

Take advantage of the walking trails around Loch Lomond. A popular route is the walk from Balmaha to Millarochy Bay, offering stunning views of the shoreline. For a more challenging hike, conquer Conic Hill with panoramic views of Loch Lomond and its surroundings.

Magnificent panorama of mountains Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park climbing the mountains in the scottish highlands.
Magnificent panorama of mountains Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.

Family Activities

When staying at Loch Lomond Waterfront you’ll be able to visit nearby family attractions such as Blair Drummond Safari Park or discover the rich history and heritage of the area by visiting Scottish castles and historical sites. Don’t miss out on exploring Rob Roy sites and locations, or visit St Maha’s Well, an ancient holy well known for its healing qualities.

Family feeding rhino in zoo. Children feed rhinoceros in tropical safari park on summer vacation in Singapore. Kids observe animals. Little girl and boy look at rhinos. Wildlife amusement center.
35-minute drive from here at Loch Lomond Waterfront, Blair Drummond Safari Park is a fantastic family day out.

Golf Courses

Golfers have access to several excellent courses near Loch Lomond. After a day on the course, relax in your private hot tub overlooking the loch with a dram of our local Glengoyne Whisky, a great way to unwind and reflect on your game.

Golfer hit sweeping driver after hitting golf ball down the fairway with sunrise background.
There are several fantastic golf courses near Loch Lomond, which are perfect to play during your stay with us.

Summer at Loch Lomond provides plenty of time for both adventure and relaxation. Whether you prefer boating on the loch, hiking trails or exploring local history, there’s an activity for everyone. Book your summer escape at Loch Lomond Waterfront and create memories in Scotland this summer.

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