Things to do around Loch Lomond | Loch Lomond Waterfront

Things To Do

Loch Lomond is many things to many people. Some come here for its relaxing atmosphere and lazy days sat by the shore. Others enjoy it for all the water activities and sporting pursuits available. Many come for the amazing display of wildlife on our doorstep. Some simply enjoy the fresh, Scottish air. Whatever your reason for visiting, you’re sure to have an amazing time here.

Villages, Towns & Cities

Looking for places to visit near Loch Lomond? There are many interesting villages, towns and cities close by, which are great to …

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Walking & Hiking

There are many hikes and walks around Loch Lomond to choose from but these are some of our most frequented and favourite ones…

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Natural Gems

Loch Lomond is a place of outstanding natural beauty. With so many breath-taking places to walk, cycle and explore …

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Historical & Heritage Sites

If you’re looking for historical places to visit during your stay at Loch Lomond Waterfront, check out these local heritage sites and …

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Family Activities

Looking for family activities near Loch Lomond? Look no further! From fun on (or in) the water to the most amazing of the safari …

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Outdoor & Water Activities

Looking for outdoor activities by Loch Lomond? Have fun on the water and enjoy an array of outdoor sports during your stay with us …

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Sports, Leisure & Shopping

Our local sports, leisure and shopping centres. These are just some of the wonderful things to do and places to enjoy …

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Whisky Distilleries & Scottish Breweries

If you are a whisky lover and you are planning a stay with us, you can look for whisky distilleries near Loch Lomond here …

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Eating Out

Are you looking for places to eat near Loch Lomond? Then read on… surrounded by many villages and some delicious local …

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Getting Around

When you’re not relaxing in your luxury lodge or enjoying our beautiful private grounds and views, you’ll need to know …

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Take to the water

One of the most pleasant ways to see all the beauty of Loch Lomond is to take to a boat. There are many different options for sailing Loch Lomond, including a ferry, speedboat or tour. So for those looking to get into the water themselves, there’s wakeboarding, paddleboarding and canoeing. 

Of course, if you would rather relax on the shore and do a spot of Loch Lomond fishing, there’s plenty of opportunity to try and catch a big ‘un. The largest pike ever caught in Scottish waters came from Loch Lomond, back in 1947. Weighing an astonishing 47 lbs 11 oz, it remains the fish to beat!

Outdoors activities nearby

There’s plenty to keep you and the family active during your stay here. Nearby Loch Lomond Waterfront you can climb on a bike, horse or even a segway. Whatever takes your fancy! There’s also a Go Ape nearby to really test your wits in a forest. 

If you want to enjoy the outdoors at a more leisurely pace, then don’t forget that Scotland is home to many beautiful walks up hills and down glens. At 3,196 feet high, Ben Lomond is one of our most popular walks, with many routes suitable for a range of abilities. 

And what would a Scottish holiday be without a round of golf? There are plenty of superb golf courses around Loch Lomond, offering great challenges and beautiful views. We have over 20 courses within a 30-minute drive – can you visit them all during your stay here?

Finish off with a dram

All these things to do around Loch Lomond come at a price – it’s exhausting! So have a relaxing time tasting some of the delicious whisky that is distilled nearby. We also have breweries too, many of which offer tours. A dram is a great way to wind down for the night and get ready for tomorrow’s adventures! Find your perfect thing to do here.

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    'The location is outstanding - right on the edge of Loch Lomond with private water frontage and beaches. As a location for exploring, again this rates very highly. We easily accessed central Glasgow by train from nearby Balloch and also explored Stirling (particularly the castle and Wallace memorial), the Falkirk Wheel and even Perth and Pitlochry by car. It is a very peaceful place, which can only be disturbed on occasion by your neighbours but with the Slumber Charter in place, we had absolutely no problems overnight.'
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