Images of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park

Visiting the National Park

The National Park is for everyone to explore and enjoy. This section provides information about some of the fantastic things you can see and do in the Park.

There is something for everyone - low level and hill walking, cycling, boating, golf, wildlife watching and for the more adventurous, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing and mountain biking.

Whatever the weather, the National Park offers stunning surroundings for your visit. For more information see our activities on land and activities on water, or browse our interactive map.

If you're still stuck for ideas see our suggestions for Top Ten Days Out.

If you're out and about in the Park, check the weather forecast before you set off, and please remember to always follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

Throughout the year a wide variety of events take place in the Park. These include everything from nature walks to arts and crafts. See our events calendar for full listings.

Visit our National Park Centre in Balmaha to find out more about the nature, geology and social history of the National Park and the many outdoor activities on offer.

The National Park Authority strongly encourages both visitors and residents to use public transport to travel to, and around, the National Park. Follow the link for our transport advice.

Only forty minutes from Glasgow, and ninety minutes from Edinburgh, why not visit us. We look forward to seeing you!

Tourist information

For information on accommodation, places to eat, travel and things to do throughout the National Park, call or drop in to one of VisitScotland's Visitor Information Centres or visit: