On the Water

Loch Lomond Water Sports and Activities

As the largest area of fresh water in the UK, the possibilities for Loch Lomond water sports are myriad and varied. Our own beach is sandy shallow water. Guests in our self-catering lodges can launch their own boats here providing that they only have a shallow draft and that the vehicle towing is four wheel drive. For other craft the adjacent boatyard has a concrete slipway and jetties for mooring.

Sailing and Boating

All residents have exclusive access to our sandy shores which are ideal to launch your own sailing and motor boats from. Vehicle access is permitted for launch purposes and we have ample space to store your boat over night.

Loch Cruises and Tours

A number of tour operators also organise excursions on the loch. From the Loch Lomond waterbus service taking you across to Luss, to the Balmaha Mail Boat which is an on demand service to Inchailloch.

Speed boat tours are island visits are also available through Loch Lomond Leisure

Canoe Days

Enjoy a canoe safari from our private beach to the historic island of Inchcailloch, an island on the Highland Boundary and explore the rich deciduous woodland on land and from the water. Find out more about our guided Loch Lomond canoe days >

Paddle Boarding

Paddle boarding on Loch Lomond is a great way to explore the islands and shoreline. Paddle boards are available to hire from Loch Lomond Leisure with prices starting from £16.

Wake Boarding

Situated in Ardlui at the northern end of the loch is Loch Lomond Wakeboard. As well as wakeboarding for all levels of experience, they also provide paddle board hire and speed boat tours.


Learn to fly fish for Salmon and Trout from our shore with fishing tuition and rod hire available (booking in advance required) or bring your own and try some of the best and most varied angling in the UK. Find out more about fishing on Loch Lomond.

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