Outdoor & Water Activities

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

Outdoor Adventure

There are so many outdoor activities at Loch Lomond and we have a range of partners all specialising in group activities …

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Water Activities

As the largest area of fresh water in the UK, the possibilities for Loch Lomond water sports are myriad and varied. Our own …

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Boat Trips & Cruises

Boat trips on Loch Lomond are a great way to see both sides of the loch and all that surrounds it. Cruising the loch provides a …

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Cruise Loch Lomond

Cruise Loch Lomond offers visitors the chance to experience the stunning Loch by water. Take a look at what’s in store . . .

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Sailing & Boating

Sailing a boat on Loch Lomond is a magical experience. And boating holidays on Loch Lomond offer something for …

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Water Skiing & Board Sports

Water skiing and board sports such as paddleboarding and wakeboarding, are popular Loch Lomond water sports. They all …

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The area is perfectly situated to help you enjoy a relaxing Loch Lomond fishing break. The loch has an enviable reputation as …

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Golf Courses

If you are looking for golf courses near Loch Lomond then read on here to find out a list of our suggestions. From …

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In Your Element & TreeZone Loch Lomond

In Your Element is an outdoor adventure company with bases across Scotland, including Loch Lomond. They offer canoe …

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Go Ape Aberfoyle

Go Ape Aberfoyle is an outdoor adventure centre located under half-an-hour’s drive from your accommodation here at Loch …

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Loch Katrine

There are many reasons why you may have heard of this beautiful loch in the Scottish Highlands. The legendary Rob Roy ..

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PS Waverley

The PS Waverley is the last seagoing paddle steamer in the world. First launched in 1947, she was named after Sir Walter …

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Loch Lomond Adventures

One of the biggest tourist attractions in the Loch Lomond area is the mighty loch itself. Loch Lomond is the largest lake by surface area and the second largest by volume in Great Britain. Activities on the loch include sailing, canoeing, paddle boarding, wake boarding and fishing. And in the surrounding areas there are adventure activities, horse riding centres, golf courses and more. So, what are you waiting for? Come to Loch Lomond for great outdoor and water activities!

Outdoor Activities

In Your Element is a wonderful local outdoor activity provider, which offers 10% off for Loch Lomond Waterfront guests. For individuals and small groups, they offer scheduled activities throughout the summer months. For larger groups, they can arrange bespoke outdoor experiences. And for those who prefer to explore on their own, they also offer canoe and kayak hire. Their TZ Loch Lomond aerial adventure course at Loch Lomond Shores is also a fantastic experience, suitable for ages 7 and above. Take a look at our Outdoor Adventure page for more information on outdoor and group activities by Loch Lomond.

On the Water

From paddling on the private beach near your lodge at Loch Lomond Waterfront, to cruise safaris on the loch. There are plenty of brilliant water activities on Loch Lomond. Such as sailing and boating, canoeing, paddle boarding, wake boarding and fishing. See our Water Activities page for more things to do on the water.

Boat trips and cruises are, of course, a popular Loch Lomond water activity. Ferry services and waterbuses, leisure cruises and speedboat tours are all available from various departure points around the loch. Read our Boat Trips and Cruises page for further details.


  • Outstanding location

    '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.'