As lockdown restrictions continue to ease, travel within all of mainland Scotland is permitted from 16th April. Please check the latest Scottish Government guidance to make sure you are sticking to the rules.
Our camping permit areas and campsites open on 26th April and can be booked up to four weeks in advance. Please note Inchcailloch campsite remains closed at this time and campsites or camping areas may be operating differently or on reduced capacities.
Please remember that Seasonal Camping Management Byelaws are in operation between 1st March and 30th September. During this time the Byelaws will continue to be enforced by National Park Rangers and Police Scotland.
Please plan accordingly for your visit as not all facilities will be available, remain patient as everything may take a little longer than usual, and respect the Park, other visitors and local communities.
Campers should be as prepared as possible before they set off for the National Park, as local shops, restaurants, cafes and facilities may not be open.
Prepare for your visit by going to our Advice to Visitors page.
There are a wide range of campsites throughout the National Park offering different levels of facilities. From campsites with hot showers and electric hook ups, to sites with basic facilities such as fresh water and composting toilets.
Locations that offer a more basic camping experience include the National Park’s campsites at Loch Chon and Loch Achray, both in The Trossachs and The Cabin, a small site on the shores of Loch Lubnaig. On Loch Lomond there is a small campsite on the beautiful island of Inchcailloch and on the shores of east Loch Lomond, the Forestry and Land Scotland campsite at Sallochy Bay offers woodland pitches next to the West Highland Way and the lochshore.
Our ‘Camping in the Park’ leaflet also includes the details of all campsites and camping permit areas in the National Park.
The cost of a pitch at a campsite will vary depending on the level of facilities on offer at a specific location.
Please be aware that ticks (which can carry Lyme disease) are present in the National Park, especially during the Spring and Summer months. Read up on tick safety and precautions before your visit.
Most of the campsites listed below are privately owned. For up to date booking information, please contact the campsites directly.
Please note: we have tried to ensure that the details we provide on camping provision is accurate but if you spot any incorrect information or if you know of a site which is not listed please contact us on 01389 722600 with details.
For further background information about why the Your Park camping byelaws were proposed please click here.