Touring the shores of Loch Lomond is a wonderful way to spend and afternoon, a morning or indeed a whole day out with your family! It’s a truly beautiful location with stunning views and plenty to see and do.
Walking at Loch Lomond Shores
The Gateway Centre offers splendid short woodland walks which can be enhanced for the children with things like the bug-hunt pack which may just make them saw a walk isn’t boring! Loch Lomond and The Trossachs are Scotlands first National Park and there are many pathways to explore on yrou day out.
Canoes, kayaks, mountain bikes and pedal boats can all be hired from the Gateway Centre and are a really fun way to get active with your family. You can hire all ranges of bikes and in addition to mountain bikes, you can use toddler trailers, rear panniers, tag-a-longs, childrens bikes, all sorts!
Loch Lomond Aquarium
This magical marine world allows children to see an astonishing variety of fascinating sea creatures. There are rock pools filled with starfish, crabs and anemones, Asian otters, sharks, giant rays and shoals of colourful fish, they’ll love it! Staff at the aquarium also give informative presentations adding an interesting extra dimension to your visit – including the chance to handle creatures like crabs and starfish during the Touchpool Encounters.
Highlight of the Day
Looking out across the water and breathing it all in.
Nearest train station : Ballcoch (the mouth of Loch Lomond)
Car parking : At various places around the Loch, depending on what you decided to do.
Website : www.visitsealife.com/Loch-lomond