Things to See and Do on Loch Lomond and Clyde Sea Lochs
Looking for ideas for things to see and do on Loch Lomond and Clyde Sea Lochs?
Here are some ideas for some Loch Lomond and Clyde Sea Lochs Experiences that you might like:
- Go on a foodie journey with the Picnic Butler at Forest Holidays Ardgartan and Strathyre
- Relax in new hot tubs at Ardlui Lodges and learn at the Loch Lomond Wakeboard School
- Discover our coastal gems on the new Clyde Sea Lochs Trail – cycle, drive or geocache!
- Set sail on a Sweeney’s Cruise from retail and visitor complex Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch
- Go wild on a treetop adventure at the new Treezone, Loch Lomond Shores
- Embark on one of Scotland’s Great Trails on foot -The Three Lochs Way and John Muir Way
- Experience wildlife and the natural world on loch cruises with Cruise Loch Lomond
- Go back in time on the Steamship Sir Walter Scott with the Loch Katrine Experience
- Taste our best local food and drink, from fine malt whiskies at Glengoyne Distillery or Auchentoshan Distillery, locally brewed beers from Loch Lomond Brewery, home-made ice-cream from St. Mocha Café or our annual food festival and monthly Farmer’s Markets
- Enjoy some of the best golf courses and golfing activities in the West of Scotland
- Meet the locals at our Highland Games, sporting and outdoors festivals and events.
- Discover Clans and local history and heritage at the Clan Colquhoun Museum and Heritage Centre in Luss.
- Island-hop on the Waterbus, take your bike and get your walking boots on!
- Make a splash with a huge range of water sports from wakeboarding to water ski-ing
- Discover local wildlife via local trails, guided ranger walks and activities in Scotland’s first National Park
Visitors can enjoy all of these and more from a wide range of excellent Loch Lomond accommodation located in and around the stunningly beautiful surroundings of Scotland’s first National Park.
From high quality 3 and 4 star hotels and inns to a 5 star resort, plus an extensive, easily accessible network of self-catering lodges, country cottages, Bed and Breakfasts and Holiday Parks, many of them pet friendly and with green tourism grading; within less than 1 hour’s drive from Glasgow, and within easy reach from central Scotland.