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Top recommended places to visit and things to see
Touring Loch Lomond and the Troassachs, and further afield
Our top 10 recommendations for things to do for families, family days out, and family attractions in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs
1 Go Ape - Want to feel 120 feet tall? Take to the tress and speed down Britain’s two longest zip slides. They’re part of an exhilarating course of rope bridges, Tarzan swings and zip slides; all set up to 120 feet above the forest floor. Ideal for friends and families, you’ll share around 3 hours of fun, challenge and adventure going ape up in the trees.
2 Go Country - we provide a full range of outdoor activities to suit all ages and interests. Based on idyllic Loch Ard, within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park activities include quad biking, our unique waterpark, canoeing, climbing/abseiling, cliff jumping, archery, mountain biking, orienteering and many more.
3 Visit the Highland Games – at Luss, Loch Lomond(Balloch) and Stirling
4 Blair Drummond Safari Park - Come to Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park and experience one of the best value for money days out Scotland has to offer. Wild Animal Reserves, Adventure Playground, Boat Trip around Chimp Island, Pets Farm, Lemur Land, Flying Fox, Giant Astraglide, Sea Lion Shows, Bird of Prey Centre & Displays & Pedal Boats.
5 Loch Lomond Aquarium - the Loch Lomond Sea Life Aqaurium is a magical marine world where you will discover the truth about the much misunderstood shark, the remarkable lives of seahorses, the conservation of otters and countless facts about other incredible sea creatures. Loch Lomond Aquarium provides a great family day out
6 Loch Lomond Natural Nature Reserve -Take your pick of tranquil walks on a wooded isle, or down to the loch shore in search of fishing osprey. Listen out for the distinctive call of winter-visiting geese flying overhead in their constantly changing formations or watch the peaceful paddling of wigeon, teal and shelduck. On Inchcailloch island, a springtime carpet of wildflowers awaits, whilst insect-eating birds dart from tree to tree and fallow deer watch in reproachful silence.
7 Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre - A small centre attached to a garden centre close to Loch Lomond. Around 30 birds in total. Regular flying displays.. They also run introductory days, hawk walks & hunting days.
8 Rob Roy and The Trossachs Visitor Centre - If you’re planning to explore The Trossachs – then this is the best place to start. Come and find out why the countryside around Callander is known as Rob Roy’s territory, and listen to the claims of those who say that Rob Roy MacGregor was nothing more than a bandit or robber.
9 CanYouExperience - canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, power kiting, abseiling/climbing, team building, treasure hunts, mini highland games, survival skills, clay pigeon shooting, archery and quad biking. As well as a mountain bike, pedal boat, canoe and kayak hire operation at our base on the beach at Loch Lomond Shores
10 Loch Lomond Shores – shop, eat, play – enjoy a day out for all the family