The National Park has so much to offer - it's the perfect place to make the most of the outdoors. With 50% of Scotland's population living within an hour's drive, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park attracts millions of visitors every year. Most people do the right thing by treating the Park, and the other people who enjoy it, with respect. It's easy to do if you follow our straightforward 'Respect Your Park' advice.
The key things to remember 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
- Drive safely
- Be aware of road conditions, stick to the speed limits and park responsibly.