Trossachs Holiday Park
 
      Welcome to the Trossachs Holiday Park  
Come along to our "Open day"
bbq and refreshments Sun Aug 2nd around 1.30pm.
Hopefully see you there. :-)
 
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The Award Winning Park

The Trossachs Holiday Park is the perfect location to enjoy the "great outdoors". Explore Scotland's first National Park, Loch Lomond & the Trossachs - an area of outstanding beauty and a haven for wildlife - perfect for cycling, walking, photography, fishing and golf or simply just relax and enjoy the experience - look no further for your dream holiday.

 

  • 2012 David Bellamy 15 Year Gold Conservation Award
  • Visit Scotland 5 Star Holiday Park
  • Thistle award - Scotland's Best Holiday Park




Facilities for your comfort :

  • 40 acre landscaped park with glorious oak and bluebell wood
  •  45 exclusive touring pitches mostly fully serviced with water, drainage, 16 amp electricity and TV hook up
  • Sheltered camping area
  • Well stocked shop
  • Games/TV lounge
  • Laundrette
  • Spotless toilets - free showers and hair dryers
  • Childrens play area
  • Woodland walk
  • Enclosed dog walk
  • Seasonal and Mini Season enquiries welcomed      

 

Hiking/Cycling:

Queen Elizabeth Forest Park offers endless opportunities to hikers, cyclists, backpackers and horseback riders. Anglers, bird-watchers and photographers discover the splendour that they travelled so far to find. During the winter, husky trails come alive in the white-blanketed tranquillity of meadows and forests.
 

Camping::

Our campsite provides a mixture of camping experiences. Two beautifully situated areas have views overlooking Ben Lomond and the Campsie Hills . Backpackers may choose to travel the close by and world famous West Highland Way which is "bright and wild and beautiful".

 

Kids Corner : Did You Know?
Our Holiday Park is situated in the heart of Scotland's first National Park and has a custom built nature observation point on the Park for wildlife lovers and bird watching which you are welcome to use - frogs are all around !.

Last Updated: march 2015