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There are various activities to get involved with in and around Loch Lomond, below are some of our personal favourites.
Hill Walking
Within Scotland's first national park, Loch Lomond is the UK's largest freshwater expanse and one of its most picturesque. Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park extends into the beautiful Trossachs where you'll find wild glens and sparkling lochs.

This area offers many gentle walks through remarkably beautiful landscapes that have a rich flora and fauna.

Footpaths run beside lochs, whose glassy waters reflect mountains and wooded shores, and along rivers and streams with waterfalls and rock
features. Many routes are signposted, especially around villages and in Queen Elizabeth and Argyll forest parks.
Water Sports
Loch Lomond has the largest surface area of fresh water Loch in the UK. The Loch is 24 miles long and five miles wide and at its deepest point is some 600 feet deep.

Why not enjoy a relaxing Loch Cruise with Sweeny’s Cruises based in Balloch just a short 5 minute drive or 20 minute leisurely stroll from Loch Lomond View.
A variety of water sports such as boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, sailing, wind surfing and kayaking can be enjoyed on the loch.

All craft must be registered with the Park Authority prior to use on the loch.

Registration Offices
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway, Pier Road, Balloch G83 8QX
Tel: +44 01389 722030
Fax: +44 01389 722144
Loch Lomond Shores - 10 mins walking, 2 mins by car.
A number of shops are here ranging from a small news agents to a branch of Jenners, it’s also a great place to stop, have a coffee and admire the views of the southern lochside. There are also regular farmers markets held here where fresh local produce is available and a visit to Drumkinnon Tower and The Gateway centre is highly recommended.

Balloch – 20 mins walking 5 mins by car.
Balloch hosts a variety of shops ranging from small news agents, take
away food stores, convenience stores and a Co-Op supermarket for any grocery shopping needs.

Dumbarton – 10 mins by car
The retail park in Dumbarton hosts a large variety of high street shops including a large ASDA superstore, Halfords, Homebase, etc.

Braehead Shopping Centre – 25 mins by car
Junction 26 on M8 Eastbound
Braehead has over 100 stores across its shopping centre and retail park, including Marks & Spencer, Gap, Sainsbury's, Monsoon, IKEA and many more. You are guaranteed to be able to ‘shop till you drop’ at the Braehead centre.
Loch Lomond offers an all weather cycle route along it’s western shores taking you along some of the most breath taking waterside scenery in the world.
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The National Cycle Network in the form of the Lochs & Glens Cycle Route threads its way through the region from Glasgow to Killin, offering both traffic-free sections suitable for families and a longer challenge for those on multi-day tours. For the mountain biker there are plenty of testing forestry routes in Argyll and the Trossachs.
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Loch Lomond View nestles between some of the most spectacular yet playable golf courses in Scotland.

The Carrick
Tel: +44 (0)1389 713 655 | Email... | Website...

The Carrick on Loch Lomond is the 71-par course designed by the acclaimed golf course designer Doug Carrick, this stunning course uses every inch of the dramatic landscape straddling the fault lines
between the Scottish lowlands and highlands with nine holes set in each. Elevated holes offer spectacular views of Loch Lomond to the west and Ben Lomond to the north, this stimulating and challenging course for golfers of all abilities has played host to the Ladies Scottish Open and recently to the PGA Cup. It boasts a spectacular layout, offering a truly memorable day’s golf of magnificently maintained, with velvet greens and testy sloping fairways. Nine holes stick to classic Scottish Lowland along the banks of Loch Lomond, while the other nine make you climb to tackle Highland heath and tee off on sloping fairways. Beware the distraction of the loch as you traverse the various lagoons and an incredible 118 bunkers. Make use of the stunning practice facility and prepare yourself for the island green in the middle of a lagoon, the perfect test for the most accomplished of golfers. A truly breathtaking day’s golf deep in the Highlands. Down by the Loch.

Vale of Leven Golf Club
Northfield Road Bonhill G83 9ET

Tel: +44 (0)1389 752351 | Email... | Website...

Vale of Leven Golf Club was founded in 1907. Situated in Alexandria, close to Loch Lomond, it boasts a beautiful 18-hole course with stunning views over the loch and surrounding mountains, including Ben Lomond itself.

Helensburgh Golf Club
25 East Abercromby St Helensburgh G84 9HZ

Tel: +44 (0) 1436 675505 | Email... | Website...

Nestling on the shore of the great river Clyde, Helensburgh is only 23 miles north west of Glasgow. With excellent train and road links Helensburgh is easily accessible . Helensburgh golf club is situated above the town with fine views over the Clyde estuary to the west and Loch Lomond to the east. The 18 hole 5942 yds par 69 course offers a stern golfing challenge.

Aberfoyle Golf Club
Braeval Aberfoyle FK8 3UY

Tel: +44 (0)1877 382493 | Email... | Website...

Sitting at the foot of the Menteith Hills, on the southern border of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Aberfoyle is one of Scotland’s most scenic and interesting golf courses. The views from the course are breathtaking. From Ben Lomond in the west, down the upper valley of the River Forth to the bulwark of Stirling Castle, the scenery is magnificent. The course itself is quite short, but requires a wide variety of imagination and shotmaking. It is ideal for both high and low handicap players and is an ideal country location for group outings. The recently refurbished clubhouse offers a friendly and informal welcome to all. Only 25 miles from Glasgow, and 15 from Stirling, Aberfoyle is a great place to enjoy golf.

The "Wee Demon"
Cameron House Loch Lomond G83 8QZ

Tel: 01389 755 565 | Email... | Website...

The 9-hole Wee Demon at Cameron House is not for the faint hearted. The older of the Cameron House courses is cleverly designed, and offers quite a test. After a sweeping, magnificent par 5 opening hole, there are a further two holes with large water hazards. We're sure you'll enjoy the challenge!
Eating Out
Loch Lomond View is superbly served by local restaurants and eateries.

Duck Bay Marina – Windows On The Loch Restaurant
5 mins walk along the lochside
Fabulous food with astonishing views of Loch Lomond from your table.
Tel : +44 1389 751234

The Cruin Bar & Restraunt – Just Next Door – 3 mins walk
Excellent contemporary and traditional Scottish Fayre
Tel: +44 1389 850588

Cameron House Grill – 10 mins walk
5 Star Dining in a stunning country house setting

Cameron House – Boat House Restaurant
5 Star Dining over looking the Marina
Tel: +44 1389 755565
There are many more excellent local restaurants in Balloch which will suit all tastes and budgets; there are also a number of take aways and two fish & chip shops. 
Beauty / Spa Treatments
Carrick Spa & Golf Course - 20 mins walking, 5 mins by car
The Carrick Spa is open to non members; it has 14 treatment rooms, a fabulous spa, numerous steam and relaxation rooms and a superb Infinity Pool on the roof. A day pass would cost you £25.00.
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