Walking near Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond Holiday Park

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Walking near Loch Lomond

With acres of countryside and coastline to explore, Loch Lomond is the perfect location for a walking break.

If you’re staying with us at Loch Lomond Holiday Park then we recommend Ben Vorlich (via Loch Sloy) as a great day’s hiking; you can set off from just round the corner from the park, at Inveruglas visitor centre.

Conic Hill is a shorter and more gentle hike – perfect if you’re with wee ones. Keep your eyes peeled for hen harriers and buzzards!

Then, of course, there’s Ben Lomond – a very popular munro and not too demanding, offering amazing views from the top of Loch Lomond and the islands within it.

More experienced hikers seeking a more challenging ascent may want to tackle Ben More instead, the tallest of Loch Lomond’s 21 munros.


Other activities at

Loch Lomond Holiday Park

Award-winning Holiday Parks

in the West of Scotland

  • David Bellamy award

    Our efforts to protect and enhance our natural environment have been recognised by the David Bellamy Conservation award.

  • Scottish Tourist Board

    All of our holiday parks have been awarded four or five stars by the Scottish Tourist Board.

  • Best Family Holiday Park 2017

    Multi-award winners at the 2019 Scottish Outdoor Leisure Awards.

  • Voted 2017 Best Relax and Explore Park in Scotland by holiday company, Hoseasons.

    Voted 2019 Best Relax & Explore Park in Scotland by holiday company, Hoseasons.

  • Hoseasons Best of the Best

    Hoseasons Best of the Best.

Limited availability durations are only available over very specific dates.
Party Size
Children are aged 2-16 years old.