Loch Lomond Shores
Loch Lomond Shores is a principal gateway to Scotland’s First National Park. It is Scotland’s most spectacular visitor destination, combining the beautiful environment with an outstanding mixture of leisure and shopping experiences overlooking the majesty of Loch Lomond at Balloch.
SCOTLAND'S PREMIER VISITOR ATTRACTION Breathtaking views, great shopping & lots to do for all the family!
Shopping and activities on the banks of Loch Lomond, Sea Life Centre, Treetop Walks, Park Area, Segways, plenty to do in a stunning location
“48 minutes. A handy go-to place on a wet day. Tucked away behind the retail section of Loch Lomond Shores, this is a place you are not likely to stumble across. ”
“A castle which sits on top of a volcanic plug, Dumbarton Castle is sure to be of interest to anybody who likes history or geology. If you ascend the steps to the very top you will be rewarded with stunning views of Dumbarton town and the surrounding countryside. ”
“Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre is located in a natural woodland. With purpose built housings, it is an ideal setting for nearly 40 Birds of Prey & Owls. The centre is home to over 20 Owls, representing every native species as well as unique or unusual species from other parts of the world. See "Orla", the magnificent Golden Eagle. And learn of our successes in rehabilitation of wild Birds of Prey & Owls. The education cabin provides a comfortable environment to learn about our residents. Full of information and displays of eggs, skulls and feathers. Children (and adults) can complete the quiz sheets or colour in sheets of our various birds. An educational day out for all ages, and a chance to relax in wonderful surroundings.”
“Must visit. Most southerly munro in Scotland. Fabulous views from the summit. Come prepared for the weather! ”
“Balloch Country Park is a 200-acre country park on the southern tip of Loch Lomond in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It was recognised as a country park in 1980, and it is the only country park in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Scotland's first national park.”