Things to Do in and Around Loch Lomond at Easter
Things to Do for Families
Family Easter Activities, many free, run throughout the holidays until Monday 17 April at Loch Lomond Shores Balloch.
Meet the Easter Bunny at Loch Lomond Shores on Monday 17, from 12 noon to 3pm!
Try some Easter Eggsplorer activities on Friday 14 April from 9.30am - 5.30pm at Dumbarton Castle.
Catch plenty of great movies at The Tower Digital Arts Centre Helensburgh including Beauty & the Beast, Boss Baby and more.
Easter Egg Hunts
Kids and families can enjoy Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts between Fri 14 and Monday 17 April at The Hill House, Helensburgh, Ben Lomond, and Geilston Garden, Cardross – check the individual listings on our What's On page.
Free Easter Egg hunts are also on the menu on the Maid of the Loch at Balloch over Easter Weekend.
The Maid opens for Easter on Friday 14 April and is open daily until mid-October 2017. For younger visitors the popular Teddy Trail is back and there’s a new café and restaurant serving hot meals.
Duck Race, Trails and Treasure
The Easter Duck Race at The Lodge Forest Visitor Centre, Aberfoyle on Easter Sunday, 16 April is popular and advance booking essential. £2 per duck. 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm start. Spring trail quiz running throughout the Easter holidays and arts and crafts in the wildlife room over Easter weekend. Please contact the Lodge on 0300 0676615 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your ducks - this is traditionally a sell-out event.
RSPB Loch Lomond Easter Fun Weekend Sat 15 and Sun 16 April 2017
Drop-in to the RSPB Loch Lomond Easter Fun Weekend between 11am and 3pm. Price: £5, £4 for members. Adults go free. Bring the whole family along for springtime adventures, nature crafts and a treasure hunt at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond. Explore a brand new path, go in search of mini-beasts and take part in a chocolate egg hunt in the woods.
Love Loch Lomond Leaflet and Map
Explore Loch Lomond, Trossachs & Clyde Sea Lochs
Cruise Loch Lomond, the Steamship Sir Walter Scott at Loch Katrine and Sweeney’s Cruises have a fantastic variety of loch cruises and trips to choose from, which you can also combine with walking and cycling; with departures all around Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine.
The Clyde Sea Lochs Trail can be explored touring by car and has 13 panels to explore.