Loch Lomond Attractions

Places to Visit in Loch Lomond

From hill walking, aerial adventure courses, loch cruises and whisky distilleries, to ancient Scottish castles, Cameron Lodges is the perfect basecamp for a family holiday in Scotland. Choose from a variety of boat trips to experience Loch Lomond on water, or visit Loch Lomond Shores where you can stroll with the family and enjoy a range of local shops, fresh produce and feel the warm air brush off your faces. It’s packed with a host of fantastic Loch Lomond attractions and family friendly activities that everyone will enjoy.

For the kids there is SEALIFE Centre Loch Lomond in Balloch where the little ones can explore the depths of the ocean with marine displays, see the weird and wonderful creatures that breath underwater, go to specialist talks and feeding demonstrations. SEALIFE is one of Loch Lomond’s most popular local attractions.

Loch Lomond’s Faerie Trail is another family favourite on the bonnie banks. On the western shore of Loch Lomond sits Luss, a charming local village. It is here that the faeries dwell in the forests and woodlands, at one with nature. The invitation is open all year round to visit the faeries and explore their beautiful houses. But beware, there may be some menacing Vikings on the loose during your travels!

If you’re after a little bit of adventure, In Your Element’s Treezone, aerial adventure course is the perfect local attraction to add to your itinerary. Whether you’re an adult or a kid, you can look forward to swinging through the trees whilst enjoying one of the best views of Loch Lomond from their 65m zip line. From wobbly bridges, hanging platforms, zip lines to scrabbling through the trees on tightropes, this adventure course is perfect for thrill seekers and those looking for new adventures.

Another fantastic local attraction to add to your Loch Lomond bucket list is Loch Lomond’s Bird of Prey Centre. If you like birdwatching then it’s the perfect fit. Visitors can look forward to seeing spectacular birds of prey up close in stunning wildlife settings. There are 26 different bird species to see including, the Little Owl, Kestrels, Buzzards, Hawks, Falcons, and even beautiful Golden Eagles.

Balloch Castle Country Park is a beautiful attraction to visit on your trip or staycation in Loch Lomond. This spectacular estate affords breath-taking views across Loch Lomond’s water, spanning 200 acres of nature trails, secret gardens and guided walks. If you’ve got a spare morning or afternoon, it’s the perfect place to wander.

Open all year, Loch Lomond Shores combines the beautiful environment in which it sits with an outstanding mixture of leisure and shopping experiences including the bi-monthly Farmers Market which takes place on the first and third Sunday of every month.

One of our favourite local attractions includes Glengoyne Whisky Distillery in nearby Kilearn. This is a must visit for whisky lovers of all ages. With a variety of tours available and an exquisite tasting experience featuring their infamous 12 year old malt and gift shop, you won’t be disappointed. Plus, you can finish off your tour in the most tranquil setting as you stroll up towards the waterfall and hidden glen to appreciate the stunning Scottish landscapes that surround the distilleries premises.

That’s not all, our resort also offers guests a range of activities to choose from including Segway Safaris, Archery, loch cruise and an unforgettable skyline trip with Loch Lomond Seaplanes. Whether you’d like to explore the resort on two wheels, hear historic tales of the loch onboard our luxury Celtic Warrior yacht or simply enjoy 70 miles of stunning scenery from above, we like to spoil you with choices as we want your couples weekend or family trip to be as memorable as possible.

Or if you’d simply like to relax and enjoy the endless serenity that surrounds you in Loch Lomond, visit our award winning Cameron Spa within the grounds of our Cameron Club & Spa resort just minutes away from Cameron House. Reconnect with nature and relaxation as you walk through our spa doors where the Rasul Mud chamber awaits, the thermal experiences, a range of indulgent wellness spa treatments and our guests favourite, the rooftop infinity pool which looks out towards mountain scenery above The Carrick golf course.

Whether you’d like an action packed adventure exploring the local area or stay within the grounds of our Loch Lomond resort, there’s something for everyone to enjoy during their lodge break. Cameron Lodges is also located in close proximity to some of Scotland’s most well-known castles including Eilean Donan Castle, Stirling Castle and Edinburgh Castle.

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