Encouraging responsible behaviour in the National Park
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park attracts millions of visitors every year.
The vast majority of visitors to the Park behave responsibly and enjoy the fantastic facilities, paths, landscapes and natural heritage the area has to offer. Unfortunately, there are a small minority of visitors that spoil this for everyone with anti-social behaviour.
Respect the Park is a campaign led by Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority aimed at enhancing safety in communities within the Park, helping to tackle any anti-social behaviour and ensuring that people are able to responsibly enjoy the Park.
The National Park is for everyone to explore and enjoy. Respect the Park and it will be around for future generations to enjoy. The key things are to:
- Care for the environment
- Take your litter home
- Never cut down or damage trees to make a fire
- Use a public toilet or bury your waste
- Dispose of your fishing line responsibly
- Respect the interests of other people
- Is your tent one too many? Avoid over-crowding when camping
- Keep noise down and lights low after 9pm