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Living in the National Park

More than 15,600 people live in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. It is a living, working landscape extending from the Holy Loch on the Cowal peninsula to St Fillans at the eastern end of Loch Earn, and from Balloch to Tyndrum.

This section provides information about our communities, the Community Futures Programme, community projects and events and the Business in the Park toolkit.

Today’s rural communities face many challenges, from the pressure for affordable housing to far-reaching changes to farming. The National Park Authority works closely with our local communities to ensure a vibrant and sustainable future.