Due to Covid-19 different protection levels are in place across the National Park, please check our Advice for Visitors for details.

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Boating & Powercraft

Due to new lockdown measures around travel, Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway will be closed from 4pm on Friday 20th November for three weeks until Friday 11th December. This will include access to the slipway itself, the car park, slipway building and toilet facilities.

Although some visitor facilities around the National Park are open during winter, this does not mean that it is ‘business as usual.’ Please Think, Check Plan before you visit.

If you’d like to take things at your own pace on the water, there are lots of options available (see right box).

Bringing your own boat or powercraft

If you would like to bring your own boat with you, please see our boating safety (including notices to mariners) and Loch Lomond byelaw information. If you’d like to use any craft with a motor on Loch Lomond, you need register it with the National Park Authority and display the registration number on your craft

Launch facilities operate from the Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway in Balloch seven days per week. The slipway at Milarrochy Bay is no longer in operation. You can find out more here.

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