Loch Lomond is the largest body of freshwater in mainland Britain. It has been used by generations of Scots and visitors for boating, water skiing, bathing and picnicking, or just enjoying the unique atmosphere and scenery.
Loch Lomond is enjoyed by a variety of users, we ask that you show consideration of others and respect for your surrounding environment. Firstly our priority is your enjoyment of this beautiful part of Scotland, however you must act responsibly, stay safe and understand the Loch Lomond Byelaws
If you plan to take your boat on the loch, check the weather forecast before you
set off and be properly prepared by carrying out some basic safety checks on your craft
National Park Rangers
are on site at the Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway and Milarrochy Bay to offer advice and support when launching your boat.
|Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway Balloch
||Milarrochy Bay East Loch Lomond|
Tel: 01389 722030
VHF: Channel 80 Call Sign: National Park Slipway.
Opening Times: 14
May – 12 August 8am-10pm, 13 - 26
August 8am-9:30pm, 27
August – 9 September 8am-9pm, 10 - 23
September 8am-8:30pm, 24 - 30 September 8am-8pm, 1October – Apr 2013 8:30am – 4:30pm
- Launch facilities (charges applicable) and trailer park
- Base for the water-borne Rangers and boat registration
- Shower, toilet and changing facilities
- Full range of leaflets
- Shop selling lifejackets, other boating items and Loch Lomond cruise tickets
Opening Times: Open daily April, May & September 9am – 8pm, June, July & August 9am – 9pm, October to March 9am – 4pm
Access to Milarrochy slipway is by combination padlock, call 01389722030 to get the code. The site will be manned at weekends.
- Safe launching for smaller boats
- Boat registration
- Parking, toilets and changing facilities