February Half Term

February Half Term Activities

If you’re looking for Half Term break inspiration that avoids the airport then you have come to the right place. The best family breaks are only a bus, car or train journey away when you visit the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

No matter what kind of self-catering break you’ve chosen to embark on, there are some great family friendly activities available and breath-taking scenery to explore within our resort grounds and the surrounding area.

We’ve put together a list of our Top 6 2019 Half Term activities in and around our luxury resort below. Let us know if you have any activities we should add to the list – tweet us @CameronLodges or leave us a comment on Facebook, we’d love to hear all about your Half Term itinerary.

Loch Lomond Faerie Trail in Luss

Scottish faeries have lived on the banks of Loch Lomond for as long as we can remember, happily inhabiting the forest and woodlands, living at peace with nature in their magical faerie houses. Luss is one of the most picturesque villages in Loch Lomond and is perfect for exploring with your little ones. Take the whole family on a fairy-tale journey where the faeries fly and explore the forest in which they call home. But beware and take care on your explorations as when the Vikings attacked Scotland many years ago, they brought along some troublesome trolls who still roam the hills within the Scottish Highlands. An enjoyable walk for all the family, Luss is a 10 minute drive from the Cameron Lodges resort.


High in the treetops lies the ultimate aerial adventure course in Loch Lomond. Let your little ones bring out their inner monkey and swing through the trees, tackling a challenging and adrenaline-filled adventure course. The course includes fun zip wires, balance beams, hanging platforms, tight ropes, scramble nets, bridges and gap jumps. Make unforgettable memories with the family high up in the sky, hidden in an enchanted forest this February break. Treezone is located at Loch Lomond Shores, which is a 30 minute walk from Cameron House Lodges.

Celtic Warrior Cruise

Take to the waters of Loch Lomond and appreciate some of the most beautiful scenery Scotland has to offer on-board our luxury 46ft yacht, the Celtic Warrior. One of our family friendly cruises is the perfect opportunity for you to enjoy some quality family time. Let the little ones feel the wind in their hair as the captain regales them with tales from the high seas, while the adults sip on an indulgent glass of champagne on the upper deck. The scenery you will be rewarded with will truly take your breath away.

Book your Celtic Warrior cruise please call 01389 722 508 or email themarina@cameronhouse.co.uk

Wildlife Walks at The Carrick

Loch Lomond is not only home to us humans but also a magnificent array of wildlife. There’s no better place to explore the local wildlife than The Carrick. When Doug Carrick designed The Carrick golf course he respected the natural habitat of the animals and birds that called this land home, ensuring the course was respectful of their needs. Over the years these animals have thrived, and multiplied, helped by our hard-working resort ranger, groundsmen and green keepers who all ensure the preservation of their natural habitats.

Download our Wildlife Tour of The Carrick guide here. There are also copies available from Lodge Reception. And as you explore our grounds don’t forget to take a pen and paper as we like to hear about how many different species you came across on your travels.

Resort Activities

From an exhilarating Segway Safari of the resort and surrounding area to mountain bike hire, we have plenty of options for you to get out and explore the great outdoors this February Half Term. Hop on an adventurous Segway safari through the woodlands and off-road tracks and appreciate picturesque views of both the loch and surrounding landscapes. Our expert guides will teach you the basics before setting off on an off road adventure.

Our resort lies on Regional Route 40 of the National Cycle Network which takes you from the resort along the west bank of Loch Lomond to Arrochar. Hiring bikes for the day could be the perfect family activity for a crisp February day. Don’t forget to pack a picnic and make the most of the various picnic spots along the loch shore.

Test the whole family’s aim with an archery session with one of our qualified instructors. Learn the ancient art of archery within a safe environment. For kids aged 8 and over only, we have bows to suit all ages.

To find out more about our resort activities click here.

Jawsome Sharks

At SEALIFE Loch Lomond you can all discover a range of over 1,500 strange, fascinating and beautiful creatures that live in the deep blue sea. The aquarium is hosting an unmissable event called Jawsome Sharks this February. Educational and fun, your little one will become the newest recruit of the Jawsome Rangers and fulfil the mission of locating some missing shark teeth. Whilst searching for the hidden teeth, they will uncover fascinating facts about different species of sharks. And once they’ve found all the missing teeth, your little ranger will get a special play-doh gift to take home. Don’t miss out on this family fun day out and book your tickets to become the next Jawsome Ranger!

Book your SEALIFE tickets online here.


An activity-filled Half Term Break at Cameron Lodges will tire the kids out so evenings can be spent enjoying our two resort restaurants and bars, or enjoying some quality time back in the lodge. Explore our range of accommodation options here:


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